William Leamy
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Dagwood commented on 23 Feb 2010
I paid for this game in November 2009. When no registration code was received after several days, I contacted the developer to chase the issue. There was no response.

I chased the issue again in December 2009. Again, there was no response. I have not yet had either the registration code nor a response from this developer.

I would now suggest to anyone looking to pay for this game seriously to look elsewhere. I would also suggest this developer is dishonest.
[Version 2.58]

Dagwood commented on 05 Sep 2009
iStat 2.0 Calendar does not update the full date in the area above the calendar in Snow Leopard. To correct this, I have to remove the Calendar from the menubar and put it back again. This has to be done every day.
[Version 2.0]


Dagwood reviewed on 24 Feb 2009
I've just downloaded Safari 4 beta. I love it!

Its stable, so far, and much faster than v3.2.1.

I really like the little tweaks to the interface, they're small but hugely gratifying in the browsing experience provided by this update. The top-based tab bar is a wonderful space-saving addition. I wonder if Apple got this idea from Google's Chrome. Anyway, Apple's implementation is so much more sophisticated.

At first, I had a bit of a panic, looking for the refresh/stop buttons, and felt a surge of sheer joy when I saw that they are integrated in the address bar and work just as before.

There are many little tweaks to Safari and, in their combination into this bundle of goodness, Safari 4 means I now will not use the included uninstaller to return to the old Safari version 3.2.1.
[Version 4.0b1]


Dagwood reviewed on 14 Dec 2007
This is a most welcome addition to the population of Mac OS X menu bar 'System Statistics' notification family.

It works well, gives sufficient information on the individual systems monitored, and the individual menu items blend well on the menu bar with the current crop of Apple-spawned doo-dads. They are a good improvement on the well-received MenuMeters menu bar items which now look very dated on Leopard. (This is not to disparage the functionality of MenuMeters itself, which is an excellent mini-app.)

There is, however, just one area with which I have grave reservations, and it is the interface of the actual drop-down menus themselves. Is the developer colour-blind?

Why on God's good earth does he insist on using a black ground for all (excepting just one - the Calender) D/Ds? Where is the integration with the white grounds of all other members of the menu bar population?

I have tried using iStat Menus for a while but this lack of integration with the Apple-supplied menu items just leaves me completely unable to take it seriously.

I would even make a mini contribution to this developer's coffers if I felt there was an indication this huge (for me) interface breakdown were to be corrected.
[Version 1.2]

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