Jon Kantro
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Jon.Kantro tipped on 21 Feb 2008
Great widget. It does exactly what it was intended to do and more. The only thing I would suggest is adding a 4 or 5 second delay in adding the lyrics to the metadata in itunes, otherwise it causes a little pause in the song.
[Version 3.1.6]

Jon.Kantro tipped on 12 Jan 2008
To the developer: If you are going to have support in your application, please use the proper protocol and methods. Right now your application is sending submissions after a track has just been played for 10 seconds. To quote Audioscrobbler protocol, "The track must have been played for a duration of at least 240 seconds or half the track's total length, whichever comes first. Skipping or pausing the track is irrelevant as long as the appropriate amount has been played." I would love to use your application, but I can't due to this. For more information on the Audioscrobbler protocol (v1.2)
[Version 2.0b20]

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Jon.Kantro replied on 12 Jan 2008
Thank you for acknowledging my response. Hope to see this get implemented properly :) .
Jon.Kantro commented on 12 Jan 2008
Awesome! You are certainly a top-notch developer as you listen to your users and in a quick, responsive, and friendly way! Anyway thanks for the update and trying to improve support.

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Jon.Kantro commented on 02 May 2006
the only thing holding me back from this browser is RSS
[Version 1.0.1]


Jon.Kantro reviewed on 17 Mar 2006
If you and iChat user, I don't understand how you can't live with out this. I'm still waiting for buddy groups support in the iChat contact list.
[Version 1.4b5]


Jon.Kantro reviewed on 26 Feb 2006
Great app! Does what it is supposed to and works on 10.4.5 Please keep developing this!
[Version 2.0.1]

Jon.Kantro commented on 22 Feb 2006
I'm using adium and It doesn't seem to be working with it. Nothing happens to my buddyicon at all.
[Version 1.0]


Jon.Kantro reviewed on 18 Feb 2006
Awesome app. Best alarm clock yet. Been waiting for something like this so I don't have to demo awaken everytime.
[Version 1.0]

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Jon.Kantro replied on 18 Feb 2006
except ive been looking for a whole application rather than a menu item. the only thing i realized this needs is the specific capability of playing a song of your choice rather than a playlist.
Jon.Kantro commented on 30 Jan 2006
Well my personal view on this browse as files. Great concept, great design, decent functionality (site loading speed) , talented developers, not worth a pricetag (this is my personal view on all browsers), has great potential.
Now I had read other harsh reviews about how this wasn't worth any money. I feel that no browser is worth money. Why? If you look at OmniWeb and compare it to others, it isn't that great compared to them and it's shareware. I can understand that the developers of this browser are young and want to earn some money but this definately is not the right market to do so. If it was an application like BeerAlchemy, which is in its own specific market and there aren't many competitors that can live up to it due to it's UI and functionality (in which this case DeskBrowse does except their are browser that are similiar or plug ins that do the same for free). Yeah I'm rambling but I think you get the idea.
[Version 1.0b4]

Jon.Kantro commented on 13 Dec 2005
well as a friend of the developers i know what their take on this subject is. some of the adium developers such as adam iser and evan schoenberg actually have spoken to the fire developers about some of the code. fire has influenced bits of code in adium. there is a great interview with evan schoenberg on the drunkenblog and he mentions that fire and adium have nothing against each other. he says the fire is a polished, stable client in code and thats exactly how its meant to be. think of fire as the father, and adium as the modern day son. they dev team sometimes work with each other but there is no need to join together. fire is meant for the older version of OSX in which i beleive is untrue it all depends on personal and practical use. fire. the reason why fire is still made for that exact reason. if you dont need all the extras, and fire is the way to go. if you want a little more glitz galmor and up to date program adium is the way to go. no hard feelings, at all.
the interview that i was talking about can be found here:
im sorry if my post made no comprehensible sens but im typing fast in a school library. read the interview though.
[Version 1.5.4]

Jon.Kantro commented on 13 Dec 2005
sigh, another one. there are too many applications like this. their is a better free alternative called isquint and anothe free one released today called ollies ipod converter. sorry but a little late.
[Version 1.0]

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