Julian Dreißig
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Delarue commented on 28 Feb 2014
Current version (0.1) doesn't seem to work on Mavericks :(.
[Version 0.1]



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Delarue commented on 09 Aug 2012
The MailFollowUp Plugin can be made to work with Mountain Lion by adding the appropriate compatibility indicators:

- "show package contents" on the MailFollowUp Bundle (e.g. in ~/Library/Mail/Bundles (disabled))
- open the Info.plist file
- add the following two String entries to the SupportedPluginCompatibilityUUIDs key array:
608CE00F-4576-4CAD-B362-F3CCB7DE8D67
1146A009-E373-4DB6-AB4D-47E59A7E50FD
- save, put the bundle back into the Bundles directory
- restart Mail
[Version 1.5.2]




Delarue rated on 27 Feb 2012
[Version 1.4.2]




Delarue rated on 28 Nov 2011
[Version 1.4]



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Delarue reviewed on 29 Jun 2011
Works very well for me for all my basic and common Git tasks (committing, pushing & pulling, branching). The UI is very polished, although I don't like the iOS style on OS X in general - but that's just my preference, I guess. No stability issues so far.

BTW, this application works fine with non-GitHub repositories.
[Version 1.0.3]


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Delarue replied on 29 Sep 2011
How? You mean, how to use non-GitHub repositories?

You will need to create your local clone via the Terminal ("git clone "). After that, drop the newly created folder onto the drop area in the GitHub App, or create a new repository entry manually by clicking the "New Repository" button and choosing the path to the folder.

Delarue rated on 28 Jun 2011
[Version 2.0]



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Delarue commented on 19 Jun 2011
Current version is 2.7.1, downloadable from the developer's site at http://www.curioustimes.de/resources/iOS-Simulator-Cropper/iOS-Simulator-Cropper-v2.7.1.zip.
[Version 2.2]



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Delarue commented on 05 Jun 2011
Doesn't seem to work with Snow Leopard, bummer.
[Version 1.3.2]



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Delarue reviewed on 17 Mar 2010
I also bought this application with the last MacHeist bundle, and it was actually one of the apps I really wanted to have.

This application is not working at all, sorry.

I have all the issues the reviewers below mentioned, e.g.:
- it doesn't track my system clipboard history, there is always only the last copied item in the list. Come on, this is the main functionality, this should really work!
- I can't register, or it forgets my registration info.
- I don't have a menu bar, dock or menu icon.
- Keyboard shortcuts don't work
- HotCorners don't work

I filed two tickets with their bug tracking system, describing my issues. After the second ticket the company contacted me and I sent them some console log messages. I've never heard from them again.

I am really sorry, since the approach seemed nice.
[Version 1.5]



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Delarue commented on 09 Jan 2010
Some remarks:
- this is _not_ a native OS X UI. It's a HTML based application (using PHP) which tries to simulate the OS X look and feel.
- Pagico does not sync its contact list with the OS X contacts.
- you can view some timeline information also in iCal by subscribing to a published calendar.
- the german translations are horrible and unusable ("mehr lernen?", "Beziehungen" for contacts…). The date recognition seems to work only for english.
[Version 4.1 r935]



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