Ai Haibara
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Haibara commented on 22 May 2013
Considering that true DVD-Video discs can only ever be SD, and not HD, what does the "HD" label stand for on this app? Or is Leawo simply trying to capitalize on the "HD" buzzword?
[Version 2.3.0]

Haibara commented on 01 Oct 2012
Version 3.0 has been released, and Aegisub has apparently been largely rewritten. The changelog claims that the Mac version should now be somewhat usable (less crashes?) and follow the Apple HiG a bit more.
[Version 2.1.9]

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Haibara replied on 08 Oct 2012
They've released a minor fix version, 3.0.1. :)

Haibara replied on 28 Jan 2013
Version 3.0.2 was released in October (sorry, I've been busy... :) )
Haibara commented on 21 Apr 2012
0.9.5 seems to be working great, so far, except for one oddity - any attempt to quit through the menu (VideoSpec > Quit VideoSpec) throws an AppleScript Error: "Can't set < > "PrefToolsDAR" of < > to "DV NTSC. (-10006)"

Using it on Snow Leopard (10.6.8). I've tried trashing the app and related preferences, and re-copying the app to Applications.
I haven't tried seeing if v0.9.4 also does it, as I still have the archive, so I'll go do that now.
[Version 0.9.5]

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Haibara replied on 21 Apr 2012
Oops. Didn't expect everything between the brackets to be eaten, but I guess I shouldn't be surprised. Would've been better if I could have submitted an image cap of the error box, anyway.

The first (double) bracket (after "Can't set" should read "class defE". The second should read "class useD".

Forgot to mention that it doesn't throw the error if I close using the titlebar controls.

Haibara replied on 23 Apr 2012
Haibara commented on 10 Apr 2012
Don't most apps (free or paid) capable of creating archives, these days, have options to exclude resource forks/DS_Store files, or otherwise create "Windows-friendly" archives?
[Version 2.0.5]

Haibara commented on 12 Mar 2012
I'm testing it, now (was using JumpCut, and considering FlyCut), and it seems to work great, so far.

I don't suppose anyone's created an Action to paste formatted text (from various sources) as BBCode, have they?

Strangely enough, anything I copy with text run through OpenOffice's 'BBKode' extension *doesn't* seem to show up in ClipMenu's list, even though it is on the clipboard.
[Version 0.4.3]


Haibara reviewed on 18 Feb 2012
I'll add my five-star vote for this great WP, too. :)

Plain-text editing does take a slight bit of getting used to, though, if you were used to the way it was handled in the 2.x versions.
[Version 3.0.7]

Haibara commented on 18 Feb 2012
Before I commit to a ~200MB download (they still DO need a "Download and update only changed files" feature, or something like that), is LibreOffice using Aqua versions, like the version of OpenOffice I'm currently using, or is it still largely run through X11?

I can't tell from the screenshot, which looks like it's probably from a Linux version, or _maybe_ Windows.
[Version 3.5.0]

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Haibara replied on 28 Feb 2012
Thanks. (Sorry for the late reply, I was away until today. :|)
Haibara commented on 05 Feb 2012
Version 2.1.9 has been released.
[Version 2.1.8]

Haibara commented on 29 Dec 2011
Maybe I'm confused, but... isn't this the sort of thing that Nintendo would love to pounce upon? The description alone sounds a bit too much like Super Mario Bros., and the screenshot... well, that looks very much like a certain spot in SMB 1-1, with slightly different graphics.

If it's a tribute/homage, say so. Otherwise, you may want to make a few more changes.
[Version 1.0]

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