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Grr74 rated on 03 Oct 2012
[Version 1.1]

Grr74 rated on 30 Jun 2012
[Version 3.0.9]

Grr74 rated on 31 May 2012
[Version 2.4.6]

Grr74 rated on 19 Jan 2012
[Version 1.0]

Grr74 rated on 25 Oct 2011
[Version 1.1.4]


Grr74 reviewed on 13 May 2010
About time...
[Version 1.0]


Grr74 reviewed on 16 Apr 2010
Just works. (As of now running v.4)
[Version 3.0.50106.0]


Grr74 reviewed on 02 Nov 2007
Bloody brilliant. This is a plugin I paid more than happily for! My only gripe is with Leopard that has turned a plugin into a launcher...
[Version 10]

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Grr74 replied on 02 Nov 2007
I should have read the posts before posting... I am then patiently waiting for the release of Saft as a plugin again :)
Grr74 had trouble on 23 Jul 2008
I tried Glims and ended up breaking Safari. I am running Safari with Saft and Inquisitor. After installing Glims, Safari used 100% of the CPU. Now having unistalled Glims, Safari still pushes the CPU to 100%. Also I should point out that Glims also installs itself in ~/Library/Application Support as well as in the root folders. I don't know what changes of made, but something went wrong. Backing up from
Time Machine now. (Just realized that beta can potentially make a mess of things)...
[Version 1.0b5]

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Grr74 replied on 23 Jul 2008
I am sorry if I sounded harsh, but I installed Glins for the preview effect of google searches. Then upon restarting the mac and launching Safari, the CPU went to 100% and syslog also flared up. I have not installed any other software for a long time.
I run 10.5.4 with the latest version of Safari. I also have Saft, inquisitor, adblock (don't remember the name as time machine is still ticking away), speed download and 1Password (both of which I guess also integrate with safari).
This being the case with me being the only one, I guess that is good news. The app looked like something I would have wanted.
Reason for me restoring now is that the CPU did not drop down to normal even after removing Glims when running safari.

Grr74 replied on 24 Jul 2008
Wrote you through contact on Glims website.

Grr74 replied on 12 Oct 2008
I just made a full backup of my system and tried the latest version of Glims. It works now and I got my site previews from Google and Yahoo. No more troubles!
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