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on 20 Jul 2012
You know, I really want to spend money to support developers. And I did on this one, just one week ago. Maybe go back to bootlegging...
on 28 Mar 2012
Wanted to clone my Time Machine drive to a sparse bundle on my Drobo. Disk Utility failed. CCC failed. Super Duper success.
on 29 Jun 2011
Wow, really a huge leap from version 1. As a Coda and CSSEdit user, I'm seriously impressed. (Hopefully this will light a fire under Coda's rump as well.) Competition is good!
on 04 Jan 2011
And just like that! Thank you! Rate-per-calendar is awesome. I like the summary boxes, too.
on 31 Dec 2010
Very rudimentary. The though of full two-way sync between iCal and RTM is intoxicating. However...
-requires RTM Pro if you want to sync more than once per day
- if you create a list in RTM that has the same name as your iCal category, all iCal tasks will be erased (how am I supposed to get my business category sync'd without blitzing the whole thing?)
- tasks can not be moved from one category to another in iCal
- modifying a task in iCal may result in a duplicate in RTM-- one with the old info and one with the new
- modification in RTM will always override those done in iCal
Not quite as far along as I need in order to switch from 2Do. Will keep my eye on it.
on 04 Jan 2011
Good to hear. I've set MU to email me when updates come available.
on 27 Sep 2010
Finally I can pay for this thing!! It's been on my production computer for months, and there's no way I'd go back to a non-tabbed Finder.
on 09 Jun 2010
It would be nice if I could fix different rates to different calendars. I'll keep my eye on this app.
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on 02 May 2010
For developing in Wordpress I switched to Coda, CSSEdit and Firebug. I was excited to learn about DW's ability to integrate with CMS systems I was curious as to whether I could switch back. No way. Feels like a giant step backwards. Clumsy. Confusing. Everything I want to do seems so much farther away. This is probably the last shot I give this program.
on 27 Apr 2010
And there was much rejoicing...
on 06 Mar 2010
Brilliant!!! The author is up to 0.8 now, and has spring-loaded tabs and lots of drag-and-drop features. I used to use Path Finder mostly just for the Finder tabs, but now I'm back to the Finder with Totalfinder. Love it.
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