Darcy Norman
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Dnorman1 commented on 18 Nov 2003
And this is better than File>Print...>Save as PDF... how?
[Version 3.4]

Dnorman1 commented on 01 Sep 2003
Holy crap. The last few niggly things I thought could be improved were implemented in about a day. Saft is firing on all cylinders now!

Apple should offer this guy a shiny new G5 and a 23" cinema display so they can integrate Saft into Safari by default...

Actually, the only thing missing now is an installer (ala PithHelmet) so mom and dad everyuser can install it themselves.
[Version 3.1]

Dnorman1 commented on 31 Aug 2003
Saft just keeps getting better and better. The only things that I can think of to improve now, would be:

1. Longer delay on auto-show-menubar. Currently, it's hard to hit the "back", ""home" etc... buttons in the toolbar because the menu bar pops down too fast... a 1 second delay would solve this (half second?).

2. Easy way to toggle toolbars/status bar on and off quickly, like the oblong window widget does in the Finder. A quick way to go truly Full Screen (for content) and partially full screen (full screen app + toolbars)
[Version 3.0]

Dnorman1 commented on 18 Aug 2003
2.0 fixes my minor nits with previous versions. This works great! Plays well with VirtualDesktop now, too! The only thing that probably needs a bit of work would be an installer for those who aren't comfortable dragging stuff around in the /Library directory (for Grandma etc. to use this, it should have a pretty installer...)
[Version 2.0]


Dnorman1 reviewed on 25 Jul 2003
Works great. Follow instructions (i.e., install the other package included on the disk image).

Remember that toggling full screen mode may only affect NEW windows, so open a new one to see if it works for you...
[Version 1.0b1]


Dnorman1 reviewed on 20 May 2003
Absolutely can't use my Powerbook without this. An amazing piece of software. I've got 12 virtual desktops set up, with applications set to display on specific desktops, so my work-related tasks are all together. Way more efficient than managing tons of open apps and windows on a single desktop.
[Version 2.3.2]

Dnorman1 commented on 10 Apr 2003
This app is a MUST HAVE for anyone running a MovableType weblog. Makes managing posts drop-dead easy, and better UI than the web based interfaces.
[Version 1.4]

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