Gavin Cutshall
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Gavin Cutshall commented on 30 Jan 2010
I went all Chrome for a few weeks, but found that running under two different users will cause a kernel panic after about 5-10 hours of use. Various updates have not fixed this. Panics stopped after I removed all traces of Chrome and the "I really do not appreciate you running an update process in the background googleupdate proces".

The Windows version purrs, the Mac version is and seems to be remaining the inbred, genetically-damaged brother.
[Version 5.0.307.1]



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Gavin Cutshall reviewed on 17 Oct 2009
This is definitely the program to buy if you are still mourning the loss of VisualHub. The interface is great, and it can be expanded to allow for advanced user setting.

The only feature I would suggest is automatically adding the file to iTunes post-processing. Or, alternatively, post process in MetaX.

My apologies if the ability is already there and I'm not seeing it.

Also note that the developer is very quick to answer questions or e-mail serials post-purchase.

For the $10 US, there's just nothing better on the market.
[Version 2.0.9]



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Gavin Cutshall reviewed on 01 Oct 2009
"Tweak: support for Aperture removed"

Since when is removing a major feature a "tweak." The reason I purchased this product was specifically for its Aperture support.

This would be like McDonalds saying Big Mac, tweek, beef removed.

Dev: please don't make a cut and imply your product is now better.
[Version 1.8r18]



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Gavin Cutshall commented on 18 Dec 2008
I hope that Apple will eventually find a way to install these minor updates without the need to reboot. I know it's a lame complaint, but when I update Safari on my work Windows XP machine, it can manage to do the job without the need to interrupt everything you are working on.
[Version 2.4]



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Gavin Cutshall reviewed on 10 May 2008
Works exactly as advertised, free, and fills a major hold that Apple left in the system (even in Leopard).

This one's on all my Macs.
[Version 3.6.1]



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Gavin Cutshall reviewed on 31 Mar 2008
This is a software version of a sharp tool. It's refined to do one task very well ... in this case geocoding photos. There is nothing better on the Mac. It also makes my Sony GPS receiver more useful since I no longer have to use Bootcamp to run the utility.
[Version 1.4.5]



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Gavin Cutshall reviewed on 01 Sep 2007
Works exactly as adversed. Way to go!
[Version 1.0]



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Gavin Cutshall commented on 11 Aug 2007
Boom! Updated one day after comment. Once again proving this is the best Flickr export solution. Thanks for the lightning-quick compatibility with iPhoto '08!
[Version 2.0.12]



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Gavin Cutshall commented on 09 Aug 2007
This is an awesome tool, and I am a registered owner.

Please release an iPhoto 7.0.1 compatible upgrade so I can enjoy all the KM goodness with iLife '08.

Thanks!
[Version 1.2.1]



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Gavin Cutshall commented on 16 Jun 2007
I am a frequent JIRA user, and about the only value I can see in this package is the ability to use JIRA offline. That said, I suspect that most folks who use JIRA on a regular basis would be connected to the net anyway. Based on this, I don't think $65.00 is a reasonable price for this ability. Also, unlike JIRA, the interface for JIRA Client is very cluttered, and reminiscent of a Windows application.

Still, I applaud the developer for creating a Mac OS X JIRA client. I hope that in the future, they will consider lowering the price and making a Mac-like interface.
[Version 1.1]



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Gavin Cutshall had trouble on 20 Jul 2011
One of my favs, but no Lion support. If you can't live without it, wait until the dev. updates.
[Version 2.5]



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Gavin Cutshall had trouble on 13 Mar 2008
Says I don't have Office 2008, except that I do.
[Version 12.0.1]


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Gavin Cutshall replied on 13 Mar 2008
Yes, I did run Monolingual on it. I bet that is the cause. I guess I'll have to reinstall before I try the update.

Good call
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Gavin Cutshall had trouble on 29 Feb 2008
HB is a must have, but this most recent version almost invariably crashes when working from the queue. I think I'm going to head back to a more stable release.

I'm currently running on a MB 2.0 and an iMac 24.
[Version 0.9.2]



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Gavin Cutshall had trouble on 10 Aug 2007
This is an excellent, must have ad-on to iPhoto. I am a registered owner.

I hope that the developers update this for iPhoto '08. If it is installed in '08 currently, it will cause the Export function to stop working completely.
[Version 2.0.11]



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