Robert Gerard
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Gunni reviewed on 03 Jan 2014
FWIW, I just downloaded and ran this app on a new MacBook Pro Retina running OS 10.9.1 and it worked perfectly!
[Version 1.3.1]

Gunni commented on 02 Nov 2012
Very disappointed. Think I just wasted my money. It is not terribly well designed, is very slow in Mt. Lion.

I wrote once for help and then jogged the author's memory twice, over one month, regarding the fact that I had written for help. He promised to get back ASAP but never did.

Save your $ and consider another application.

Gunni commented on 29 Aug 2009
Where are you getting version 1.4.3?

Also, version 1.4.2 will not work with Snow Leopard.

Hope they come out with a version that does.
[Version 1.4.2]

Gunni commented on 22 May 2009
I used v1.4.1 of CllickToFlash on my PPC G5 running OS 10.5.7 and Safari 3.2.3 for a few days, problem free.

When I downloaded v1.4.2, and twice tried to install it, it failed both time giving me the alert: Install Failed. The installer could not install some files in "/tmp".

Anyone else seeing this?

[Version 1.4.2]

Gunni commented on 20 Jan 2009
I have poked around with various VNC applications for several years in an effort to help relatives and friends with their Mac problems.

I have tried Chicken of the VNC, Share My Desktop, LogMeIn, JollyFast, VNC Dimension, and Vine.

NONE of them were as fast (in fact most were PAINFULLY slow) and as simple to use as TeamViewer. Don't waste you time trying any of these above-mentioned apps; download TeamViewer and your golden.

[Version 3.6.5453]

Gunni commented on 04 Jan 2009
My pal, using the Windows Garmin POI Loader has a choice, in the first window, of Garmin Device - MapSource (Advanced) - Custom Folder (Advanced) and, in the next window of Remove POI's or Add POI's.
This Mac version has offers no such choices. Once it finds your device it offers only one choice: add POI's.
Come on Garmin! We paid as much for our GPS units as did the non-Mac using purchasers. How hard would it be to offer comparable software for Mac users???


Gunni commented on 16 Feb 2008
Tried it on my MacBook and my non-Intel iMac, both running 10.5.2.

It worked once or twice on the MacBook, then began crashing regularly; it never once succeeded in uploading a file from the iMac.

Hope they fix this; the two times it worked it was great.

[Version 2.0.3]

Gunni commented on 10 Feb 2008
In another comment on this application here, I noted the text and numbers appeared overlarge on my iMac.

I wrote the developer and he directed me here for a fix. IStat Pro now works just fine after I deleted the two files he suggested and restarted.

The fix may be found at:

[Version 4.5]

Gunni commented on 07 Feb 2008
Nor does it work for me. Just sits there, amongst my other, working, widgets displaying "Timeout: No Response From".

So much for recommendations from the Cool OSX Apps site.

[Version 0.92]

Gunni tipped on 05 Feb 2008
Using this software on a G5 iMac running OS 10.5.1, I constantly saw this,in Console, repeated over and over and over :

12/27/07 12:04:36[1] ( Throttling respawn: Will start in 60 seconds.

This warning always was associated with this, in Console:

12/27/07 12:03:45 [0x0-0x100100][2599] 2007-12-27 00:03:45.803 Device Manager[2611:10b] LCC Scroll Enhancer loaded

LCC of course being Logitech Control Center.

So, I uninstalled LCC, installed the shareware SpeedMouse, and now I have no more of those "Throttling respawn" reports in Console.

It's annoying that I had to pay an extra $20 for SpeedMouse to get my Logitech mouse to work properly.

[Version 2.4]

Gunni had trouble on 22 Dec 2007
Is anyone else running Leopard having a problem with this neat little widget? I downloaded and ran it in Tiger and it displayed normally. In Leopard, however, it displays as if it my monitor were broken. Other widgets display just fine, but iStat Pro is pixelated and difficult, but not impossible, to read. Bob
[Version 4.5]

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