Dave Kosiur
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Dkosiur reviewed on 29 Jan 2014
Replaced 2.3 with 2.4 and it immediately lost all my settings! first time that's happened when updating MetaNota.

Also, it pops up a dialog to upgrade to MetaNota Pro and you cannot do anything to remove the dialog, except quit the app.
[Version 2.4]


Dkosiur reviewed on 15 Jul 2013
This has quickly become my note-collector and to-do list of preference. I use it with the iCloud sync to communicate between my Mac and iPad. Love that it can include web pages as well as PDFs, rtf files, etc. and it lets me add highlights to text, sketch, etc.
Tags and folders also add to its ease-of-use.

I'm not sure I've explored all the features NoteSuite offers, but I'm "only" giving it a 4-star rating because there's always room for improvement! ;-) (Rating system seems to keep me at 3.5, when I'd give the program a 4 or 4.5-star overall rating.)
[Version 1.0]

Dkosiur commented on 08 Sep 2011
I tried 3 times to download this file, but it wouldn't open. DiskImageMounter says the file is "not recognized".
[Version 2.2.1]


Dkosiur reviewed on 03 Aug 2011
Nice idea and will probably prove very useful, but I wish I could get the developers to recognize my serial number (purchased through the latest MUPromo). Still tells me the serial number is invalid! So I'm stuck in Trial Mode ...
[Version 1.1.6]


Dkosiur reviewed on 28 Sep 2010
Version 4.0 has added at least one nice new feature that should prove very useful. Of note is the addition of a series of presets that are available via a scrolling window of thumbnails so you can get a quick idea of how your image may look before changing any parameters. Or use the preset as a starting point for your own explorations. And you can save any set of parameters as a preset which also creates its own thumbnail for the next time you use the program.
[Version 4.0]


Dkosiur reviewed on 27 Feb 2010
This program is still missing a few necessary items. There's no white balance adjustment (just tint), and there's no way to adjust the dpi settings for the saved file -- it's always 72 dpi. When I'm saving a TIFF file, for instance, I want to set it to either 240 or 300 dpi for printing.

Because blown highlights can often retain detail in one channel, it'd be useful to be able to see an RGB histogram, rather than just the luminosity-based histogram currently provided by Rawker.

Also, numeric scales on a few sliders, esp. Gamma, would be helpful.

On the whole, Rawker is useful, but not useful enough to replace any of the RAW converters I currently use (ACR, Lightroom, or Capture One).
[Version 2.3.2]


Dkosiur reviewed on 13 Nov 2009
Very useful program for many things, Qu's is more than just a stickies or note-taking program. projects allow for easy organization of notes, and the notes themselves provide for a number of format options.

Once you get used to the interface, which isn't all that difficult, Qu's will probably end up being one of your most-used programs.

Printing and export options have good flexibility for those occasions when data needs to be transferred. Ability to switch to full-screen mode with user-selected background image provides you with focus on a project. And archiving projects helps keep the clutter down.
[Version 1.5]

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