Everyday Software
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Everyday Software commented on 22 Apr 2011
I believe the menu option "Text -> Encode Entities" does exactly what you want already. Select the text, for example, รก, and select Encode Entities and Coda automatically converts the letters to the character codes.
[Version 1.1]

Everyday Software commented on 20 Jan 2010
Also wouldn't launch on a clean install of Windows 7 home premium 64 bit. But I did successfully use their upgrade CD helper app.
[Version 3.1]


everyday software reviewed on 02 Aug 2008
I was kicking the tires with 2.0 beta 2 and was disappointed that it was still very buggy. It has a lot of potential (the new features are great) but in just 10 minutes of minor testing I ran into several bugs (some that are still there from 1.x) and several new obvious bugs. I'm not sure I'd be willing to trust my banking to this program until the developer is willing to put in some real time testing it.
[Version 2.0b3]

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everyday software replied on 12 Aug 2008
I did email the developer when I originally found the bugs and then again when I found them in the 2.0 version.

everyday software reviewed on 28 May 2008
Nice start, but needs many more options for creating smart folders. Specifically by month and date ranges. You can sort-of get there by doing a 'less than' 'greater than' months old, but that isn't static like a true date range would be. It would also be cool if you could issue refunds, etc from the UI.
[Version 1.0b2]

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everyday software replied on 02 Jun 2008
To follow up on my previous review, the new date ranges in the new betas are nice, but once you have the data, there is no way to analyze it quickly. The totals listed for basically all categories would be great.

everyday software reviewed on 29 Apr 2008
Does what it advertises in a straight forward and simple way. Besides some basic editing options (which I currently do in iMovie), I couldn't really ask for more.
[Version 1.5.3]


everyday software reviewed on 12 Mar 2008
Doesn't update the base station *firmware* so I still can't login to my air disk after about 24 hours without restarting the base station. Not to mention no Time Machine support.
[Version 2007-002]


everyday software reviewed on 27 Feb 2008
Absolutely excellent. Great Apple-like API, customizable, fast, easy to use and a liberal license. I can't think of anything else I'd want to see in this project.
[Version 1.5.1]

everyday software commented on 18 Jul 2007
As someone else mentioned, not having the titles rollover in 3.0 is a bit of a pain. However, the main problem is it leaks/uses massive amounts of memory. After running it for a couple days it was using 400+ MB of physical memory vs 2.0 which only uses 15 MB. Back to 2.0 until 3.0 gets the kinks worked out.
[Version 3.0]

everyday software commented on 09 Jul 2007
I've seen countless crash reports with people running this with 'less than high quality' plugins. Most of the time users don't even know what it is or how it was installed.

This leads to a support nightmare for developers who get blamed for unstable applications when it's actually Input Managers or Haxies causing problems. If you like a stable system; I'd suggest staying clear of this.
[Version 0.8.1]


everyday software reviewed on 03 Feb 2007
I was just thinking about how handy an app exactly like this would be while I was tediously selecting font after font in Photoshop. After a quick search I found FontDoc. I love the ability to set the preview text to get exactly the look I'm going for. Great little app!
[Version 1.1.3]

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