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JasonE commented on 04 Mar 2014
Another $150 update. I am sorry, but I do not see these updates as $150 each time.
[Version 4.0]

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JasonE replied on 04 Mar 2014
Chuck, thank you for looking into this. Unfortunately, I keep getting a server error once I get to the shopping cart.

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JasonE commented on 12 Feb 2014
I think there is some confusion here, because they are linking a color picker to an entire development prototyping tool.

MacUpdate - is this a correct listing, or is something amiss here?
[Version 1.4.0]


JasonE reviewed on 11 Feb 2014
While not a full review, the first day working with this program has been wonderful. But, even better than that has been the experience of working with the developers. Questions were answered quickly and provided context, which is missing in a lot of developer communications these days. The effort to get a demo up and running on a finicky machine really showed the effort they will go to provide the best experience. Very pleased with Pixa so far and look forward to putting it through a workload. So far, we have about 30k assets and it seems very responsive.

We might finally have a good contender for now absent Extensis Portfolio!
[Version 1.1.3]

JasonE commented on 10 Feb 2014
Is this app still alive? It has not been updated in quite some time. We are looking for a replacement for Extensis Portfolio, and need something that will stand the test of time and be updated regularly. This app looks promising, but needs to be able to handle very large libraries without being slow. We are willing to pay up to what Portfolio cost, if it can equal the feature set and speed.
[Version 1.1.8]

JasonE commented on 11 Dec 2013
Did anyone proof this update? The What's new section makes it look like it added a bunch of bugs, except for the last item... Zoom does not work, keyboard combos stop working, cannot save, all layers saved converged, even when deselected, etc., etc., etc.

Also, I thought Adobe CC apps required 10.7 or later? Can people on 10.6.8 finally use Adobe CC apps?
[Version 17.0.2]

JasonE commented on 10 Dec 2013
Great potential in this app. We would be interested in this mail client, if it supported pop accounts as well as imap accounts.
[Version 1.0.1]

JasonE commented on 03 Dec 2013
I will give them big kudos for keeping the system requirements at 10.6.x. That is huge and greatly appreciated. Thank you Filemaker for that.

Otherwise, they have a terrible upgrade policy for FMP Advanced from Advanced. They charge the same price as going from regular to Advanced as those that paid the premium for Advanced in the first place. It wouldn't be such a big deal if they did not have so many bugs and a more intuitive interface with key combos that actually made sense. They are getting there, but are charging us all full version upgrades for fixing the bugs that should have been fixed years ago.
[Version 13.0.1]


JasonE reviewed on 26 Nov 2013
Like Dadama said, terribly slow, even on very well equipped machines (MP3GHz, 16GB ram, 1GB video). Interface just stinks all around. Needs redesign and rewrite from the ground up, and keep Ive out of the mix, or it will look like a hospital psych room with childish icons and no feeling anywhere.
[Version 11.1.3]

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JasonE replied on 26 Nov 2013
Out of curiosity to anyone out there... Why isn't there a killer app to do what iTunes does? There are a lot of people trying, but no clear rockstars. Is it because there is no way to integrate with iTunes services? Just curious.
JasonE commented on 06 Oct 2013
Wish we had this a couple years ago. Thank you for porting it!
[Version 1.6.50]

JasonE commented on 05 Oct 2013
Looks like a cool solution, but out of our price range per user. Make it a little more affordable and lots more people will give it a try and see the benefits.

JasonE had trouble on 05 Jan 2008
Site is down, again.
[Version 1.1.2]

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