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Countpollen reviewed on 13 Jan 2012
Why woul anyone pay for an app that looks horrible and has less features than the excellent Stellarium?
[Version 1.0]

Countpollen rated on 08 Feb 2011
[Version 3.8.11]

Countpollen rated on 08 Feb 2011
[Version 3.13]

Countpollen commented on 13 Mar 2010
Nice application. I've tried it out while in beta phase.
One thing I am wondering about: why would I pay for the few features that I get more in comparison to The Unarchiver or other free applications. OK, this application has added value, but € 29?
[Version 1.0.1]

Countpollen tipped on 08 Feb 2010
You can add an Application to your Dock by dragging it in from Finder.
[Version 1.3]

CountPollen commented on 10 Sep 2009
What a surprise, this website is MacUpdate.
This "application" requires a virtual machine, and is thus not a Mac application.
I'm actually annoyed by this.
Post it in another forum please.
[Version 1.1.2]

CountPollen commented on 08 Sep 2009
After the "I give up" message in the last update (08 sept. 2009) I just have to add:
For everybody using an intel mac (core duo or higher), running Leopard: give up using ChocoFlop!
There are better applications that do more.
After all, ChocoFlop started as an aqua port of "the Gimp", which is still actively maintained.

For the developer: pity to have paid once for an application that was hardly updated at all.
[Version 0.908]

CountPollen commented on 07 Sep 2009
Name of application posted is not Contrepoint but Fragmenta.
Last update to version 2.5 was on 25th of august 2008 according to developer website.

What is this? A joke?
[Version 2.5]

CountPollen commented on 07 Sep 2009
Looks nice, but it is not an application.
I find it quite strange that now and then RapidWeaver themes are posted as if they were an update...
[Version 1.0]

CountPollen commented on 02 Sep 2009
Mac OS Dock is one of the easiest aspects of OS X that one could learn.
While this application (uBar) is a nice proof of concept I thoroughly dislike the idea.
For an application I've never even seen a beta of, I think the $15 price is steep, especially because it doesn't offer everything the built-in Dock has to offer. This is most certainly true after the recent Snow Leopard upgrade.

And come on, why would a mac user want to have that totally pointless "Start" button.
To shut down the computer?

On the other hand, if this application would go in beta with added functionality, it could bring some interesting additions to the Dock.
[Version 1.0.1]

Countpollen had trouble on 29 Sep 2011
On my 2008 MBP Swipe Lock really locks my system. Swipe doesn't work as trackpad seems to be disabled.
I use FileVault. Perhaps this caused the bug to reveal itself.

Application is rendered totally useless however, since the swipe feature doesn't work
[Version 1.2]

CountPollen had trouble on 03 Jun 2009
This beta supposedly installs application enhancer is it is not yet installed on your system.
It doesn't do that, which caused my system to hang after login.
Luckily I have a firewire harddisk with a leopard install to boot from.

To remove the problem causer remove the mighty mouse preference pane and the mighty mouse file in ~/Library/Application enhancers.
[Version 2.0b1]

CountPollen had trouble on 18 May 2009
After installation, which appeared to be alright, my macbook pro (early 2008) wouldn't reboot normally.
The installed screwed up my system.
After checking the boot camp partition and repairing permissions for OS X (using install DVD) I could finally boot normally.
I am really happy that I have my files back and would like to request a method for the restoration of Apache setting before the installer destroyed it.

I can't recommend the application to anyone right now.
Use Flickr, BubelShare or Picasa and save yourself the misery.
[Version 2.4]

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