Gary Goodenough
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Goodinuf rated on 18 Jun 2013
[Version 14.0]



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Goodinuf commented on 12 Dec 2012
I own Photoshop CS6 licenses. If I rent the software I already own I will get more CS6 features. What's up with that? Adobe has sunk to a new low.

There is an article here on DPReview under the headline "Adobe announces updates exclusive to Creative Cloud members:"
The Link:
http://www.dpreview.com/news/2012/12/11/Adobe-offers-creative-cloud-subscription-only-updates
[Version 16.0.3]



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Goodinuf reviewed on 30 Jan 2011
I had a card error on my Panasonic Camera. Nothing was working to recover my photos shot in jpeg and RAW (RW2) format. I downloaded many of the file rescue programs I found on MacUpdate. Nothing worked. I tried CardRaider 2.0.4, it came the closest to working, it would show me the jpegs but not the RW2 files. The RW2 files were the important files I wanted. I sent eCamm an email saying I would have purchase your software if it had worked with Panasonic RW2 files. The next morning I had a reply to my email with a copy of the yet unreleased version 2.0.5 attached. They sent me the FULL version FREE to try out. It worked! All my files were recovered. All they asked for in return was some feedback. What a great company! Today I found out about this update being released, I purchased the version they sent me for free out of gratitude for their trust and the quality of their software.
[Version 2.0.5]



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goodinuf reviewed on 02 Jul 2008
Re: Comments on viewing images. I regularly use GraphicConverter as an image viewer. One method: drag a folder icon containing the images you want to view on to the GC application icon. The folder opens in a "proof sheet"/browser view with all you icons laid out in thumbnails with adjustable thumbnail size. Click a thumb nail to see a large image on the side. In this view you can also rotate, print, open, discard, file images and more.
Another method: open a folder with images you want to view, right click on an empty area of the folder window and choose, "Show in Slide" or "Show in Browser" from the GraphicConverter pop out menu.
[Version 6.1.1]



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