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D-Mac rated on 09 Nov 2011
[Version 1.320]

D-Mac rated on 19 Oct 2011
[Version 9.1.8]

D-Mac commented on 06 Mar 2010
It would be nice to have direct support for footnotes or endnotes, which are sometimes useful in fiction writing.

Or, at least the addition of support for wiki links to notes that can be exported as proper footnotes or endnotes.
[Version 2.1.5]


D-Mac reviewed on 08 Jan 2008
Really buggy...

My system has 2 monitors and Desktopple Pro just doesn't work well, at all.

After trying to re-install (and having deleted the preference file), NS* (navigation services) errors go to the Console (exceptions raised but not handled) and the preference pane shows a blank.

Developer is defensive about any feedback. One of the other utilities of this sort is the way to go, for now...
[Version 1.2]


D-Mac reviewed on 02 Jan 2008
Functionality and import/export options are quite good.

However, the GUI design (or lack thereof) makes this application difficult to use and requires multiple repetitive steps to do simple tasks. The interface has many inconsistencies, controls/icons that are cluttered and too small, and a lack of overall consistency and usability.

If the (one-person shop) developer would consult a good GUI designer, and observe actual user workflow, then overhaul the interface, this application could become the top tool of its kind.

For efficient entry of subtitle or caption text, there are many better choices under US$100.

Additionally, there is no user manual, on-line help, or video tutorials (or other training). When feedback is given to the developer, he reacts quite defensively and does seem to appreciate or respect user input. All this for an application that costs nearly US$400.

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D-Mac replied on 02 Jan 2008
In my review, I mis-typed "does seem to appreciate..."

It should be "doesn't."
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