Bruce Wells
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CuZinBrucie reviewed on 25 Aug 2013
When I started working with our non-profit's website I found Forklift but I'm not sure how. I evidently picked a winner but I've had difficulties. The change to version 2 rearranged the way Forklift worked and this restarted the learning curve. I found this an annoying but a temporary inconvenience. I don't read manuals and my old brain wishes it was a bit more intuitive.
[Version 2.5.5]


CuZinBrucie reviewed on 11 Feb 2012
I too am an old guy. I found this program in a bundle I bought after I volunteered to be webmaster for the non profit where I have dedicated most of my life. The previous site and my experience at my school was Fromtpage. I found the learning curve relatively short and had presentably rebuilt the old site within a week of starting. Since then I have learned enough about coding to be dangerous. I taught myself how to use enough Dreamweaver just enough to credibly edit and ultimately improve existing handmade pages that did not fit the rather shallow RW mold. I bought a .mac account so that I could make linked pages with current events photos. RW doesn't handle photo pages well IMHO. Over time I have learned to use Dropbox to allow other users to edit. The program allowed me to make a useful resource tool for our organization and have scoffed at those who say it isn't pretty enough. I just upgraded to 5 and don't see much difference. I have read about other alternatives like Sandvox but it aint broke and I don't plan to fix it.
[Version 5.2.2]


CuZinBrucie reviewed on 09 Jul 2011
I have been using Superduper for at least six years (just guessing might be longer) and it has saved my butt many times. I've used it to recover after a crash, after the Mac store erased my drive, and to set up new machines. Once set up it works seamlessly. Terrific program, a must have, I have gifted it a couple of times to family members from the Macupdate promo $49.95 specials but worth every penny of $27.95! My overall rating is 5 but the stars on that field mysteriously locked in at 4.5???? Is this pre destine?
[Version 2.6.3]

CuZinBrucie commented on 07 Jan 2011
I got the program here at a discount back in May of 2008 for $9.99. I find Dejumble easy enough to use, but with all of the other things available and my 60 year old brain I only think about using it when an update is offered. It is on my menubar and everything but just not in the mainstream of my consciousness. They are now on the apple ap store and that is the reason I came to MacUpdate. I wanted to determine if the 2.0 version would cost me. I would give it 3.5 stars. It is useful but not compelling. I find that notes in Mail and on my iPod touch suffice. I see that the iPod/Phone is $4.95, as you might have surmised I'm a cheapskate. CuZinBruce
[Version 2.0.0 Beta 22]

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