Kolo Raro
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Koloraro rated on 25 Feb 2014
[Version 3.9]

Koloraro commented on 08 Jan 2014
The Omniweb 6.0 testbuilds can be found here:
About 1 to 3 new builds everyday.
[Version 5.11.2]

Koloraro rated on 26 Oct 2013
[Version 3.9.14]


Koloraro reviewed on 04 Oct 2013
After this update, I see that my system have more free RAM after booting than before the update.
[Version 1.0]


Koloraro reviewed on 06 Sep 2013
I was sincerely interested in testing this new version, as v.2 wasn't useful to me because the poor cpu performance, but still the same issues than v.2 on v.3 and no real improvements on this software far away than the icon redesign and some minor changes.

There are a lot of cosmetic improvements that would be "delicious" to the graphic wh**es, but people looking for a good computer performance with huge databases must avoid again Librarian Pro.
Of course, test the application first and take your own conclusions.
v.3 is easy to use, really easy, and I would recommend it to people with few items in their collections, but if you have more than a hundred of DVDs, books and other stuff think twice.

[Version 3.0.4]


Koloraro reviewed on 05 Sep 2013
I've been using 1.x version almost since the beginning and I'm a happy user. In fact, my collection of PDFs (books, magazines, brochures, bills, manuals, scans,...) is about 245 Gb and saved on an external hard drive.

I cancelled moving my database from iDocument 1 to 2 after six hours as it seems that any file was copied, only the folder hierarchy.
I made some other tests with other files but moving them to the database was working, only index them. After some other test with small files and different formats I realize that what was happening is that my library is on an external NTFS HDD.
In fact, my iDocument 1 database is on the same disk and working fine, but something happens on iDocument 2 that don't make me use my NTFS drive as always.
I'm sure that this is the problem as chanching the database location to my iMac HDD works fine.

I'm rating iDocument 2 with 4 stars because I'm sure that this bug will be fixed soon and the application deserves it. It's very useful, nice, and now detect a lot of new file types.
[Version 2.0.0]

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Koloraro replied on 05 Sep 2013
I made a mistake and can't edit, sorry.
I refer to the fact that moving files to the iDocument 2 database WASN'T working; shows the book covers on the program UI but only creates folders hierarchy and those folders are empty even books are shown.
Koloraro commented on 03 Sep 2013
Anyone has find an alternative to Bento ?
I almost tried all of the "closed databases" like pedias, librarian, delicious and such but any of them meet my expectations or requirements, so what's nect? I can't afford Filemaker and didn't want to after the failure of Bento.
Symphythum and iDatabase seems the most similar app here, but also seems to lack on continuous development, like Bento.
Risk again and loose money and time?
[Version 4.1.2]

Koloraro rated on 01 Aug 2012
[Version 1.6.38]


Koloraro reviewed on 31 May 2012
Please, check the stability issues.
After installing DMI, Apple Mail crashes almost every five minutes, telling me that the cause is that Mail closed while using the DMI module.
About the update, this new version introduces very interesting features and its clearly easier than 3.x versions.
[Version 4.0.1]

Koloraro rated on 05 Aug 2011
[Version 2.6b4]

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