Frank_Martin
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Frank_Martin reviewed on 09 Nov 2013
Love this software. Many thanks to the developer.
[Version 0.18]



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Frank_Martin commented on 02 Nov 2013
The links here do not work. You can download MultiXfinder 0.4.1 from:

http://sourceforge.net/projects/x-asm/
[Version 0.4.1]



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Frank_Martin commented on 24 Sep 2012
This version (2.3) requires Lion. Won't start up under Snow Leopard.
[Version 2.3]



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Frank_Martin commented on 21 Oct 2011
Announcement should read "8.0.1", not 8.1.
[Version 8.1]



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Frank_Martin commented on 16 Oct 2011
Thanks for this and for maintaining it to work under Lion!
[Version 1.3.0]



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Frank_Martin commented on 03 Aug 2010
I really appreciate the creativity of this software. I doubt that it is genuinely useful for most, but thank you for sharing it with us, and thank you for being willing to experiment!
[Version 1.05]



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Frank_Martin tipped on 20 Jul 2010
Truecrypt through and including 7.0 does not support Snow Leopard in 64-bit mode. This is in part because it relies on MacFuse, which is not 64-bit. This is documented here:

http://www.truecrypt.org/docs/supported-operating-systems

Also, while it touts whole-system encryption in the announcement here ("allows the encryption of the entire boot volume"), this is not supported for Mac, as documented here:

http://www.truecrypt.org/docs/sys-encryption-supported-os

It does offer very strong encryption for a USB key, though.
[Version 7.0]



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Frank_Martin commented on 30 Jun 2010
Thanks for your comment, SHMK. FUNDimension isn't necessarily for organizations just starting out, although many of my customer are startups. Organizations raising less than $40-50,000 a year probably will use something less expensive. There are plenty of products out their to meet their needs.

But for organizations that can spend money for software, FUNDimensions provides them a powerful and effective advantage in raising more money- recouping many times their software investment, both through better fundraising practices, and through reduced staffing requirements.

I have a long list of satisfied customers, a majority of whom moved to FUNDimensions after using something less expensive, because they saw that FUNDimensions served their needs in a superior and valuable way. Our web site has a list of our customers.

Before anyone here writes off this product because of the price tag, check out competing products, many of which sell at several multiples or more of FUNDimensions' price. And, have a look at the feature list, the work that goes into a quality database product, the tens of thousands of dollars I've personally invested in it over the years, and the responsibility I bear to my customers for their success, their training, and their support these last 16 years. I think you'll see it is really a tremendous bargain for many- not all- organizations. Good software on this scale costs money.
[Version 7.6.4]



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Frank_Martin commented on 02 May 2010
Thanks. Did what I needed and the price is right.
[Version 0.8.1]



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Frank_Martin commented on 05 Sep 2008
Very lovely and fun. Thank you.
[Version 1.6.2]



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