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Juki commented on 14 Jan 2007
There were always issues when I used either Eudora, Thunderbird or Mail app. I found Mail to be the one that worked best for me, but still not without reoccurring glitches. I've got both a POP account and an IMAP account.
And then I tried Gyazmail.......well, this app really rocks! It's totally stable, fast, smooth and reliable. It works like a Swiss watch and is a joy to use!
I, initially, was reluctant to shell out money for an email client when there are freebies like the three very popular ones mentioned above, but once I gave Gyazmail a spin, I was sold! Been using it for several weeks, now, and I'm smiling all the way. Yes, I think the $18 price is well worth the money; I'm glad I purchased it.
[Version 1.5]

Juki commented on 31 Dec 2006
Can't get v.1.3.6 to download; spends a long time trying to load, then I get either a page saying "file not found", or a page filled with code.
OS 10.3.9.
[Version 1.3.6]

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Juki replied on 31 Dec 2006
Hmmm...........I tried downloading it using four different browsers and no go with any of them. I'm not having any problems downloading other software.
Wonder if this is a problem particular to OS 10.3.9 only? Strange!

Juki replied on 31 Dec 2006
Ok, success at last! The loading process took several minutes, about a minute or longer for the code page to be found and then several more minutes for the code page to fully load. I then saved it to desktop and, voila!, a fully functioning .dmg file which installs fine. v1.3.6 works just fine, too.
Don't know why this download was so laborious for my setup, most other software downloads are smooth and, usually, fast.....oh well, it all ended on a happy note!
Juki commented on 28 Dec 2006
For those who can't open SmartBackup; I emailed developer about the bug and he promptly emailed me a corrected download which works fine.
The bug is only in OS 10.3.
The corrected version should be up before long, if it isn't already.
[Version 2.0]

Juki commented on 24 Dec 2006
Well, it's definiteley way overpriced at $20; I can find nothing about IP Address Menu that justifies the price.
I use BwanaDik; it's free and has essentially the same features.
On checking out the developer's website, I found numerous apps offered, but they're virtually all overpriced(at least $20), considering their lack of sophistication.
[Version 3.2]

Juki commented on 22 Dec 2006
Well, so far I haven't come across any apps that AppDelete hasn't completely deleted. I've used Easy Find: http://macupdate.com/info.php/id/11076
to check for files left behind by AppDelete and haven't found any, yet.
What apps have you found for which AppDelete leaves files undeleted?
[Version 2.1]


Juki reviewed on 21 Dec 2006
Really nifty and convenient. I really like the resizable mute button. And the volume level in percentages on the slider
simplifies setting and resetting volume levels.
This is a simple but very useful app.
Thanks to the developer for creating this, and offering it for free.
Well done!
[Version 1.2]

Juki commented on 17 Dec 2006
Was unable to download Afloat 1.0b4 from here for some reason, so I downloaded it from the Afloat website, but after installing it found that all my apps kept crashing, so I uninstalled it. Anyone else experiencing problems?
I'm running OS 10.3.9, the stated minimum requirement.
[Version 1.0b4]

Juki commented on 08 Dec 2006
Coloriage needs the installation of a photo editor such as Adobe Photoshop or Adobe Photoshop Elements in order for it to be usable; without one it's no go for Coloriage.
Do you have one installed?
[Version 4.0]

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Juki replied on 15 Jun 2011
Wow, ARKVIS Team's really on the ball; they reply to the original post only four and a half years after its original posting....the mind boggles!

Juki reviewed on 02 Dec 2006
As games go,this one IS a bit of a yawn. Ok, maybe kids might get into it...or adults without imagination, but it does get old pretty quickly.
I'd say that World Galaxies doesn't reflect much creative thinking or imagination on the part of the developer.
And for $19.95, you don't really get all that much....yeh, it's definitely overpriced. $5, or maybe $8, is all its worth IMHO.
As a previous reviewer stated, you can do a lot better if you want to spend $19.95 on a game. And even if you want to spend a lot less. And even if you're looking for a freebie.
[Version 1.1]


Juki reviewed on 26 Nov 2006
The trial version is so heavily crippled, that it's impossible to get a good sense of what this thing can really do.
And there's no user's manual, there's just a virtually useless help file which can be downloaded from the website.
I haven't a clue how to use this app; it's EXTREMELY user unfriendly. Apparently, the developer wants to keep potential purchasers in the dark. Yeh, that makes a lot of sense.
Well, screw this app; I'm just not willing to waste my time with it!
In the trash it goes.
[Version 2.0]

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