Kris F
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Kris_nx reviewed on 28 Mar 2014
I was a bit hesitant to purchase RLM as I was fairly sold on Macaw, but after comparing the two and discussing the pros and cons of both, I broke and went with RLM. In the first few hours I owned it it helped me finish and launch a project I had been working on. I was struggling with breakpoints and getting my menus to work properly on a mobile device -- RLM made is super easy and the support I received from CoffeeCup has been (as Davermont mentioned) quick and friendly.

The main reason I went with RLM is because of its Grid System as opposed to Macaw's Grid Guideline's. I can only see the Grid System improving with future releases. CoffeeCup has a good article on the difference here: http://www.coffeecup.com/help/articles/grid-systems-and-frameworks/

All said, I'll still be using my other tools (Coda, CodeKit, and Sublime Text) as RLM can't do everything. But, I like what it can do and its helping me getting done a lot faster.

I highly recommend giving it a try.
[Version 1.0.2552]


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Kris_nx replied on 28 Mar 2014
sorry for the typo... I meant "get things done a lot faster". :)
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Kris_nx reviewed on 07 Nov 2013
I'm extremely happy with Dash. Its constantly open and find it very useful when developing a new web app or site. I'm having great difficulty finding anything wrong with it or a feature it "might" be missing as all the info I need is in one place. Much thanks to the developer!
[Version 1.9.2]



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Kris_nx reviewed on 25 May 2013
Great program and support. The latest release would not launch and the support I received from the developer was excellent -very responsive and got me a version of the program that worked. He also got the latest build working within a week. Turned out to be a JAVA issue. I highly recommend this program.
[Version 2.1.3]




Kris_nx rated on 12 Feb 2013
[Version 5.0.0]



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Kris_nx commented on 17 Sep 2012
2.4.2 doesn't seem to work on OS X 10.6.8 32bit. Constantly crashing when I try to launch. I rolled back to 2.4.0 launched without a problem. Is 2.4.2 64bit only?
[Version 2.4.2]



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Kris_nx reviewed on 19 Dec 2011
I love the minimalist approach the developer took with sparrow -clean and unobtrusive and the price can't be beat. I haven't had any CPU issues with my aging 1st gen Macbook. I give it 4 stars because I would like to see google calendar integrated, sure I can get email reminders from calendar but having it part of sparrow would make this a 5 star app for me. Keep up the great work!
[Version 1.5]



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Kris_nx commented on 09 Dec 2011
It appears this developer was busted! The app is no longer on the App Store. Hopefully the folks who were scammed will be gotting a refund. MU should remove this listing.
[Version 1.0.2]



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Kris_nx reviewed on 03 Dec 2011
I'm not a fan of the CSSEdit integration as its nowhere near as complete as the stand alone CSSEdit was/is. Not saying that it couldn't use improvements -- I wish they would add CSS3 support! That said I recently purchased the upgrade for one reason - I really like the versioning and sync built into it. Its the only feature of Espresso that I used in version 1.x and unless there are major improvements it will be the same for version 2.x. I mainly use Textmate and CSSEdit and will continue to use the latter until it no longer works. I still have hope the developers can and will improve this program.
[Version 2.0.1]


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Kris_nx replied on 03 Dec 2011
Allow me to clarify - I wish they would add CSS3 support to CSSEdit.
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Kris_nx commented on 30 Nov 2011
From the screenshot this app looks like Bean. I'd be interested in seeing a comparison chart. I'm also hoping the developer didn't take an the very "free" and open source Bean and just change the branding. A bit suspicious here.
[Version 1.0]


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Kris_nx replied on 05 Dec 2011
Bean's developer confirmed my suspicions in a short email to me. He said, "Yeah, that's exactly what happened (renamed app, violated license). I contacted Apple's legal dept, but I think as long as they are making money, they don't care." Help shutdown this code thief!
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Kris_nx reviewed on 21 Jun 2011
I'm happy to see this ported over to Mac. Its lightweight, fast, and fairly stable -it hasn't crashed on me. It may lack a Mac GUI but it does a really good job. Much thanks to the developer!
[Version 001]



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