Christopher Kueny
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Ckueny reviewed on 06 Nov 2013
It seems that my mouse pointer slipped, and Macupdate's web site translated this into a 2.5-star rating for Scapple which I never posted and can't remove. I've only started to evaluate Scapple, but rather than leave Macupdate's spurious low rating, I'll give it five starts all around. It looks useful, and if it's even half as good as their Scrivener, it's a winner.
[Version 1.1]


Ckueny reviewed on 19 Aug 2013
I recently started using Mellel for those times when I need to use a word processor as opposed to a pure writing tool such as Scrivener. When I open it, it starts up, unlike Word which churns for seconds trying to figure out how to get open. That saved time alone makes it worth some money. I found the customer support dismal, however. When I couldn't find the reason for a difference in behavior (missing "Save As" menu option) between my Lion machine and my Mountain Lion machine, I emailed support and got a confused reply from someone who clearly hadn't read my question. Writing to ask again yielded nothing, and two more attempts to get any response were futile. I googled and it found the answer. Expect no help from the developers.
[Version 3.2.3]


Ckueny reviewed on 21 Jan 2012
I only picked this up because it was included in a Macupdate bundle, but now I don't know how I survived without it. Extremely effective and easy to use, and has saved me untold time in keystrokes.
[Version 1.1.1]

Ckueny rated on 24 Oct 2011
[Version 5.8]

Ckueny rated on 16 Oct 2011
[Version 5.2.8]

Ckueny rated on 18 Aug 2011
[Version 2.0 β5]


Ckueny reviewed on 24 Jul 2010
I noticed that, after applying this update, my Deskjet 970 can only print blank pages. Anyone else seen this?
[Version 2.4.1]


Ckueny reviewed on 11 Jan 2010
I tried this out quite a few years ago and didn't care for it (although I can't remember why). I tried it out recently and didn't care for the appearance, but I found that it was the only RPN calculator that works the way I like. I was looking for a replacement for J.M. Baker's 'RPN Calculator' which isn't developed anymore. I played around and found that the appearance, size, etc. are highly customizable, so now it looks great. PCalc has a combination of features that I couldn't find anywhere else--RPN, stack view, keyboard shortcuts that I like... I initially thought $19 was high for a calculator, but I soon found I couldn't live without it and registered. I took advantage of the offer to get the iPhone/iPod version too, for only $.99 more than the price of the desktop version. I keep finding features (like tons of physics unit conversions, for example) that are saving me a lot of time. It appears to have outstanding support as well. Best app I've (re)discovered in a long time.
[Version 3.5.1]

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