J. Stone
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Jettyboy commented on 11 Feb 2010
I really want to give it a go, but until they implement a way to use 1Password, it's a no go
for me.
[Version 5.0.307.7]

jettyboy commented on 12 Jun 2007
I really want a program like this to work! I don't understand why one of the most available/used phones, the Motorola Razr is not supported. Doesn't make sense to exclude a phone that has such wide usage.
[Version 1.0.3]

jettyboy commented on 22 Apr 2007
Still some things missing as others have said. One big draw back for old eyes is not being able to set mimimum font size. Also bringing in bookmarks to the bookmarks bar is somewhat confusing.
[Version 2.0]

jettyboy commented on 27 Mar 2007
I contacted dev. and problem solved! By the way he responded within the hour. Go for it it's a great ad on to Tiger.
[Version 1.0.9r2]

jettyboy commented on 27 Mar 2007
I really liked this program until I turned on "Little Snitch" and found it tries to phone home regularly. I am skeptical why any program needs to do this. If anyone knows please post back. I'm open to explanations that are reasonable.
[Version 1.0.9r2]

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jettyboy replied on 27 Mar 2007
Good idea contacting author, didn't think of it, but just did. Will let you know when I get a reply.
jettyboy commented on 10 Jan 2006
Don't waste your time. It starts out fine, but opening it after the first time,or opening a saved page it just crashes. I reloaded/reinstalled 3 times,and it just crashes. I'm running a G5 dual 2.3 with 4gs ram, so I doubt it's my system. They released it to soon imho.
[Version 1.0b11 build 283]


jettyboy reviewed on 09 Jan 2006
So far so good. Certainly faster than Aperture on my PB 1.33 1g ram. Many correction/edits/enhancements available, Most are the same as Photoshop CS. If it continues development like this, I for one will be using it over Aperture to increase productivity, and workflows for photos. It's very good for photographers who need/want to use a portable on location. Aperture as it is now, is dog slow compared to this on a PowerBook.
[Version 1.0b1]

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