Graham Newson
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GNews commented on 26 Aug 2013
OS X 10.7.5, TeXnicle 2.2.4:

Trouble in Font & Colors Preference Panel:
The Font options are not responding. In the Document Tab, the "Highlight" options are greyed out.
[Version 2.2.4]


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GNews replied on 26 Aug 2013
Fixed by trashing all support files and re-downloading.
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GNews replied on 26 Aug 2013
Oops-spoke too soon. Fixed only with migrated theme-"Migrated Color Settings"
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GNews replied on 28 Aug 2013
Thanks! You might add this information to the Manual.
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GNews commented on 25 Apr 2013
MU Folks: price on App Store is $14.99 not $19.99.
[Version 1.2.5]


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GNews replied on 08 May 2013
MU: The price on the MAS is now $9.99. Please correct.
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GNews reviewed on 01 Aug 2012
Well thought-out, with real-time typesetting; it's revolutionized my TeX work. Compared to this, the oft-praised Texnicle feels like a collection of poorly integrated gimmicks.
The layout of the symbol library could be improved.
[Version 1.2.3]



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GNews commented on 07 Jan 2012
Wanted to like this, but the last two versions have regularly crashed with simple operations,like closing documents, and I've finally uninstalled it. I find the app feature rich but the one-window layout is too confining and many items, such as code snippets, either take too much space or are too scrunched to read. Many times I struggle because the pdf view, a typeset example of a code snipped, or some other item is simply too small to read. Might be OK on a very large monitor.

Latexian is better for writing, editing, and live-typesetting. I like the Texnicle code and symbol library, so, I'll keep that open and just minimize the rest.
[Version 2.0]



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GNews reviewed on 21 Apr 2011
iKey 2.5.0 has been solid on OS X 10.6. After moving from 10.5.8, it started crashing, but on the advice of tech support, I exported my shortcuts; deleted the Preferences Folder; re-installed; and re-imported the shortcuts. I've had no trouble since.
[Version 2.5.0]



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GNews reviewed on 06 Apr 2011
I've used this over a year with only problem, quickly solved by the Support staff. (Lesson: Clear caches, or the apparent contents of the Network Disk might not match what is actually in the Cloud.)

I have one gripe. The Restore Files window closes after each download, making it necessary to re-open the window and re-navigate the file system if you want to download some more.
[Version 3.1.5]



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