Don Hayes
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Hdms commented on 22 Oct 2013
There is a similar freeware product also called Rename on this website, and on its own website:
at v1.6.2 by Pathos

In fact, search for 'Rename' on MacUpdate brings up the freeware Pathos product, not this shareware product from CodeInventors.

Naming / Listing conflict ought to be sorted...


Hdms reviewed on 09 Jul 2013
Have been looking for something like this for ages, and now I'm using it for my business invoicing. Its HTML and CSS underpinnings mean that, if you don't like the provided invoice templates, you can tweak the code in 'design' mode and change it to suit. Or you can create your own invoice template yourself.

Plenty of functionality and options already built-in, and the developer is very responsive to suggestions.

Well worth giving this a try!
[Version 1.1]

Hdms commented on 26 Jul 2012
Install across a number of Macs here smooth, with no dramas and a snappier end result - so yes, like others have said, what Lion should have been.

My real comment, and perhaps concern, is that Apple Menu > Software Update now launches App Store, and not 'Software Update' as we have known it previously. Does this mean only Apple App Store software will update now? I was a good boy and updated ALL my Apple apps prior to ML install - and things like iPhoto and iMovie etc. were updated by SU or manual d/l and update - so I can't say how it's going to affect my non-App Store core Apple app updates in the future. Can anyone comment on this???
[Version 10.8]

Hdms commented on 20 Jul 2011
What's not entirely clear from the wording of this update is whether or not it's critical for an in-situ upgrade from 10.6.8 > 10.7 on an individual Mac, or is just for users physically moving to a Lion Mac from a Snow Leopard Mac.
[Version 1.0]


Hdms reviewed on 08 Apr 2011
I needed to find a quick way to change a plist setting (customer needed to change MS Office name), without having to install developer tools etc. This app did the job in a simple, straightforward manner. The developer is to be applauded.
[Version 2.0]

Hdms commented on 09 Mar 2011
Smooth update, no dramas here. Don't forget to force a backup of your phone in iTunes first before installing the update, in case you need to do a restore.

Note that the iPhone 3G is no longer supported with iOS 4.3. It remains at v4.2.1.
[Version 4.3]


Hdms reviewed on 10 Dec 2010
I've had to uninstall Reader X and re-install v9.4.1 as Reader X overrides my printer presets: it persists in printing in colour when the preset (for economic reasons) is black and white printing. Reverting to v9 fixes that.

Plus, attempting to make any changes in the convoluted Reader X printing prefs results in a 'no pages selected to print' error.

Plus, having the v9 simple search box right there just seems easier to use - for me, the new UI isn't intuitive.
[Version 10.0.0]

Hdms commented on 10 Apr 2010
This is a really useful app for me as I can add reminders on the fly. What would make this app even better is number of outstanding tasks badging on the menubar icon, so I can remember how many things I've got left to remember to do!
[Version 1.0.6]

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