Deebster X
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Deebster commented on 11 Apr 2013
Not working for me on 10.8.3 and a late 2008 iMac.

Seems to be doing nothing at all, as my Mac is still sleeping based on Energy Saver preferences.
[Version 1.1.1]


Deebster reviewed on 24 Apr 2012
Good grief, what a crock this is.

Adobe, how on this earth do you even begin to think about releasing such a deadful piece of software?

Deebster commented on 28 Mar 2012
"Drivers gating for hardware acceleration relaxed — Previously, the hardware accelerated content was gated to 1/1/2009, however, we have relaxed the driver gating to 1/1/2008"

... riiiiight.


Deebster reviewed on 12 Dec 2011
Looks lovely, seems to have a fair selection of recipes to my untrained eye, and got nods of approval from Mrs deebster, herself a native and damn fine cook. Nice additional details about specific ingredients and alternatives too.

A bit let down that there's no way to copy any text, print or otherwise output any of the recipes, but then for free I can't really grumble.
[Version 1.0]


Deebster reviewed on 14 Sep 2011
The latest update 2.4.1 doesn't fix the run after restart issue for me.

I mostly use Onyx in Automation mode and have its preferences set to shut my Mac down afterwards, but it's still launching on the next restart.

This using the latest version of Lion 10.7.1.

Still a great app and a must have.
[Version 2.4.1]

Deebster commented on 26 Sep 2009
Awful, intrusive POS. Once installed it hijacks downloads and generally gets in the way like a big kid in the playground. After supposedly uninstalling it leaves remnants of itself all over your Mac and judging by the lack of information they give out the developers are not interested in letting you know this or, more importantly, how to correctly and finally remove it and its lingering odour.

[Version 0.9.365.366]

deebster commented on 17 May 2007
Nice plugin that does what it says, but it would be nice if it could preview the images by (control/right) clicking on the folder that the images are in, rather than a single image within the folder. The latter way feels a bit unintuitive in that I wouldn't normally click on a single image and expect to see all its foldermates.

Good start though, and something I was waiting for after development of the QuickImage plugin seemed to stall last year.
[Version 1.0.1]

deebster commented on 03 Oct 2006
Not a bad read, and the price can't be beaten. But every article I have read has spelling and/or grammatical mistakes (like 'faster then', 'informations', or just missing words).
[Version 10-0-06]

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