Kevin Walzer
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Codebykevin reviewed on 02 Apr 2012
It works OK, but the UI and functionality seem quite derivative of Find Any File (http://www.macupdate.com/app/mac/30079/find-any-file): apart from the HUD chrome, I can't see any difference. And Find Any File has been around a long time. This app is free, but it's better to support the original.
[Version 1.2.3]



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Wordtech Communications Llc (developer) commented on 27 Feb 2012
This new release restores Growl integration, adds some fine-tuning of current features, and positions NameFind for the future of OS X--all at lower cost. It's a good solution to look at.
[Version 6.0.0]




Codebykevin rated on 22 Sep 2011
[Version 4.1.0]



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Wordtech Communications Llc (developer) commented on 03 Jul 2011
From the developer:

This release adds some nice UI polish to the app with a native Cocoa toolbar, and also fixes some bugs in the print engine. It's worth a look.
[Version 4.0.0]



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Wordtech Communications Llc (developer) commented on 03 Jul 2011
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This new release adds some nice polish to PacketStream by modernizing the UI with a native Cocoa toolbar; it also fixes some bugs in the print engine, and improves the documentation. It's worth a look.
[Version 4.0.0]



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Wordtech Communications Llc (developer) commented on 08 Jun 2011
PortAuthority 4.0 is a nice update to the MacPorts GUI. It modernizes the UI into a fully-native one with Cocoa toolbars; it improves the print engine; and it improves the under-the-hood integration with AppleScript commands, which improves speed and stability. It's worth a look.
[Version 4.0.0]



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Wordtech Communications Llc (developer) commented on 02 May 2011
This is a significant update for Manpower, which incorporates all the fully-native integration I've been adding to my apps: native Cocoa toolbar, native printing, clickable links in the data display, and more. This release also allow you to set Manpower as the default viewer for man pages on the Mac. All in all, it's a worthy upgrade, and a good app to check out if you're interested in seeing just how much documentation is available under the Mac's Unix hood.
[Version 4.0]



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Wordtech Communications Llc (developer) commented on 21 Apr 2011
This is a nice update to the previous version; it fixes the stability and speed issues, and improves the UI with a native Cocoa toolbar and full integration with QuickLook. It's worth a look.
[Version 5.1.0]



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Wordtech Communications Llc (developer) commented on 15 Apr 2011
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This new version is more stable in printing and also offers full support for printing (preview, save as PDF/PostScript). It also finally has a fully-native toolbar UI, making it more pleasant to use. I encourage you to give it a try for searching domain information.
[Version 3.2]



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Wordtech Communications Llc (developer) commented on 12 Sep 2010
These new features significantly improve Phyncronicity's integration with OS X, and make the application more pleasant to use. They also offer more ease-of-use than other Fink GUI's. I highly recommend this update, and if you use other tools to manage your Fink software packages, it's a good time to give Phynchronicity a try. You won't be disappointed.
[Version 3.1]



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