Greg H.
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Gregsgraphics commented on 14 Apr 2010
The deprecated Textpander does all I need it to do. The other TextExpander features are nice, I just don't need 'em.
[Version 3.0.1]

Gregsgraphics commented on 16 Feb 2010
I mistook this for "Spark", the shortcuts manager and launcher:

How are developers getting away with having an app that has the same name as something else? Confusing.
[Version 1.1.1]

Gregsgraphics commented on 18 Apr 2008
SUNDOUDOU just read my mind. Other than scheduling maintenance tasks automatically, please tell us what this app offers that we can't get with Onyx.
[Version 4.0.3]


Gregsgraphics reviewed on 02 Oct 2007
Another good update to a kick-ass product. The Finder may be good for your grandma, but for Mac power users it's like putting out a forest fire with a squirt gun. Well done Cocoatech!
[Version 4.8]

Gregsgraphics commented on 05 Jun 2007
This app's still around?! I thought IE killed this thing years ago!
[Version 9.0b1]


Gregsgraphics reviewed on 11 Mar 2007
I agree with Kaleo... a better UI and integration with the OS would make this app perfect.
[Version 1.2.3]

Gregsgraphics commented on 11 Mar 2007
There is a GREAT need in my opinion for a GOOD piece of software to easily and efficiently implement the GTD methodology. Right now, there is really only one as far as I've found. I tried kGTD and found out about all the bugs and inconsistencies that their forum was filled with.

I am currently using ThinkingRock ( If it had a 'real' Mac UI, it would be just about perfect. I wish I discovered it before dropping $70 on OmniOutliner Pro (not to discount that app itself).

This program (it seems) allows you to get all of your contexts, projects, and tasks listed... now what? There's nothing after that. If I finish an action, I want it to go away to a completed area or tab. Then, the app should show me what's next. I should be able to go to a calendar day (iCal syncing?) and say, "OK, what am I knocking out today?"

Anyway, this app is a good start. I will be keeping an eye on it. As far as it being a complete GTD package though, it's not ready for prime time.
[Version 1.0.2]


Gregsgraphics reviewed on 22 Sep 2006
I have used the demo of this and honestly, I don't see a dramatic enough difference to warrant buying it. I've seen early reviews of it at version 2.X where you had to save the file in .STN format in order to get the results. Now, you don't have to apparently. The results I'm getting are hardly noticeable from what PhotoShop was doing (I was resizing 96dpi images 600%!). Does anyone know if I'm missing anything?
[Version 4.1]

Gregsgraphics commented on 09 Aug 2006
BUYER BEWARE! If you plan on upgrading your Mac OS version (which will also update Safari), while you have this installed, then you may plan on buying a new copy of this product after the update. When I went from 10.4.6 to 10.4.7, it apparently "broke" the link to the license. Fine I thought. I will go get the Saft update, re-register it, and all will be well. I was pointed to the developer's registration page where I put in my PayPal number. It did not recognize my account. I emailed him about this and gave him my info. He never checked to see why my info wasn't working. He just kept sending me a url to a registration page, which, as I said, didn't work. After trying everything and playing "email tag" for a week, I just told him, just send me the file directly or I will need to request a refund. No response. This is poor service and just plain unprofessional. Shame on you.
[Version 8.3.4]

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