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Doncolore reviewed on 27 Jul 2013
Room for improvements

This App is slow. It is always klick klick klick type. This works on a touch pad but not on a computer. There is no way to copy a task or quickly adjust scheduling of multiple tasks / milestones.

Other than that the interface looks nice and guides unexperienced users well. My recommendation: If you are new to Project Management, want to learn about it and just have a small project this is a nice solution. If you are in for a bigger project I would recommend to have a look at iTaskX
[Version 3.5.2]

Doncolore rated on 19 Mar 2013
[Version 2.7.11]


Doncolore reviewed on 09 Dec 2012
It seems to work on a first try. It even installs a background process unlike Printopia. So you keep AirPrint alive even when you are not logged in.

I was prepared to pay the advertised $7.99 - a fair value. But on the web site and at their embedded esellerate store they charge $19.99. What the.... And why do they need access to my address book ?
[Version 1.1.0]

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Doncolore replied on 09 Dec 2012
Have to add: there is no uninstaller nor a "stop processes". You need to open terminal and type in some shell commands.

Dear Collobos Software, while your app is working into the right direction, please make up your mind about how much you charge for it and get your basics done.

Doncolore rated on 11 May 2011


Doncolore reviewed on 11 May 2011
Finally !!!!

After years and years of waiting for improvements to this once excellent piece of software there is reason to be happy again :-)

A lot faster (48.000 images in my database - and still wicked fast on a 2 year old MacBook), stable, rendering CMYK images again, accurate colors, integration to CaptureOne, tagging, unlimited database size... wow.

The interface is now is in line with CaptureOne, too. While not as clear as it seemed before it concentrates more on the pictures and reduces distraction. I got used to it very quickly and prefer it to the old one now.

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Doncolore replied on 11 May 2011
re: Prharris:

Metadata handling changed. Different standards, better integration with CaptureOne and XMP. They have 3 videos on how to handle metadata on their web site.

Further differences besides XMP and interface colors compared to Expression Media (as far as I noticed so far):
- Rendering Engine (now same as CaptureOne). That means
--> CMYK
--> ColorSync/ICC-profiles are respected
--> fast
--> all CaptureOne Edits are respected
--> same Quality as CaptureOne when rendering RAW to RGB
--> applies to printing & html galleries, too

- generally faster
- very fast database handling
--> searching for any aspect or metadata leads to instant results
--> tagging is useable now (was too slow before)
(and I am talking about 48.000 images in one database)

Doncolore replied on 12 May 2011
re: Prharris:
- CMYK was broken on the Mac for some time.
- ICC profiles were respected as far as the OS supported it.
- scripting works like before
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