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Handycam commented on 26 Sep 2008
Version 5.8 is like Safari with every Safari add-in already in it. I prefer WebKit over Gecko, and OmniWeb offers that plus additional features such as site preferences and workspaces that further enhance browsing.

Oh, and I run 5.8 for hours and the RAM hovers just under 250mb.
[Version 5.8]


Handycam reviewed on 02 Sep 2008
Excellent app keeps getting better. i love the pointless comparisons to Photoshop -- this will never be Photoshop. But for the price, it gets a lot of things done you really need to do regularly. And it does it with style. It is also updated regularly, and bugs and gripes are actually fixed.

For a low-cost image editor, it's excellent. Much better than all the competition.
[Version 1.2.3]

Handycam commented on 13 Aug 2008
Nice. Developer: how about OmniWeb?
[Version 3.2v56]

Handycam commented on 04 Aug 2008
Version 8 is looking very nice. I use my version 7 literally every day. An excellent application looks to get even better.

Hopefully the 7 to 8 upgrade fee will be small.
[Version 8.0b1]

Handycam commented on 01 Aug 2008
Stay away from this one.

Development has ceased. No new updates in a year or so. No news. Check out the forums on the web site, filled with irate users.

It doesn't matter what else you choose, but not this app.
[Version 1.0b7B699]

Handycam commented on 30 Jul 2008
True, the app doesn't seem to launch at login anymore.

But it does work once it's launched, so there is at least a workaround.

I hope this bug is fixed, but it doesn't keep me from enjoying an otherwise excellent app.
[Version 3.2.1]


Handycam reviewed on 24 Jul 2008
Does what it says.

Too bad it only does folders of images, I'd love to be able to drag a group of images (i.e. a subset of a folder) to the app for renaming/processing.

Further, I'd love to see the ability to sort images processed into subfolders by date or other criteria.

But these requests aside, a nice app and the price is right.
[Version 1.0.1]


Handycam reviewed on 16 Jun 2008
First of all, it's a bit misleading: this is NOT a "color picker" in the sense that it can be accessed from within applications.

It's an application itself. A slow-to-launch Java application and like most of those has a very un-mac-like UI.

IMO it doesn't really give you anything useful. You can get much more bang for your buck with a true color picker like Painter's Picker, or a standalone app like Art Directors Toolit
[Version 2.0]

Handycam commented on 15 May 2008
Agree with previous poster. Nice, but should be freeware. Or a token amount like $4-5.
[Version 0.9]

Handycam commented on 07 May 2008
I see no way to apply the changes as a super-user.

I tried using this on a folder full of files and folders, and although it gave no error, the contents of the folder were NOT changed.

I went to Terminal and did sudo chmod -R and it worked. Note doing this without sudo gave me a bunch of errors in terminal -- so obviously one needed to be SU to change these files. And as I said, I don't see how to do this in BatChmod
[Version 1.51]

Handycam had trouble on 30 Aug 2007
I can no longer launch UNO since iTunes was updated to 7.3.2. The installer only works on 7.3.1.

I don't even want to modify iTunes, I just want to install/uninstall UNO.
[Version 1.5.2]

Handycam had trouble on 23 Mar 2004
Note this link is to the demo version of InDesign. The updater is apparently only available from within the program.

See http://www.adobe.com/support/downloads/detail.jsp?ftpID=2448

For more info
[Version 3.0.1]

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