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Civ reviewed on 25 Nov 2013
This has been a five star app for my needs until now. Unfortunately, it doesn't work any longer in Mavericks (it crashes within about five seconds after opening). I've written twice both to the developer Joe Pagliaro and to support at Limit-Point but, after three weeks, I have still not received any acknowledgement. It looks like they have either abandoned this app or closed down completely. Too bad.
0.5 star (because I can't give less) for Mavericks users.
[Version 1.2.9]

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Civ replied on 04 Jan 2014
As I said, the only reason I posted that was that after three weeks I received no reply about the bug stopping it to run in Mavericks. The rating was for Mavericks only. A short acknowledgement from the developer would have been good customer service and an indication that he is on the job.
Version 1.2.10 works well, so five stars again.

Civ reviewed on 01 Jun 2010
Just got this little app. It works well in OS X 10.6.3 and does what it says, namely to apply a color tinge to any file or folder icon. it can also be combined with any of the standard Apple labels. The developer was also extremely prompt to reply the same day to a query of mine.
Five stars from me.
[Version 1.3]


Civ reviewed on 01 May 2010
I installed it a few days ago. It works well in Snow Leopard 10.6.3. It has a few nice optional mouse pointer effects for presentations or your own use. It's great to find a "lost" mouse pointer (especially on multiple monitors), or to zoom on a detail. And on top of it, it's free!

I only wish I could hide/remove it from a crowded dock, as it is already available in the main menu bar.

It is however a very useful little utility. I added it to my login items. Five stars from me.
[Version 1.1.1]

civ commented on 29 Dec 2005
This is by far the most professional backgammon game I found. I'm playing it since version 3.2 and it is getting better with every upgrade. It complies with most known rules. The playing strength and speed can be adjusted at will. Very good graphics, You can even use the computer's dice roll.

There is however one additional feature I'd love to see in a future upgrade, i.e. match play, with the options to play 3, 7, 13 or user selectable point matches, where the match winner is the player who wins first 3, 7, 13 or user selected points respectively. In this option the stats should count the number of matches won.
[Version 4.5]

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