Laine Lee
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Laine commented on 16 Dec 2013
The download link for version 2.3 appears not to be working.
[Version 2.3]

Laine commented on 04 Dec 2013
Unable to download the current version (missing resource).
[Version 0.65]


Laine reviewed on 02 Feb 2013
The increasingly frequent practice of replacing an app that was originally offered as free software with an upgraded version that is only offered commercially has a high potential for damaging consumer confidence.
[Version 2.0]

Laine commented on 15 Nov 2012
Why does your listing for the update currently refer to is as 12.3.4 instead of 12.3.5?
[Version 12.3.4]

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Laine replied on 16 Nov 2012
Well, I'm glad you were able to interpret what I meant from what I typed. Thanks.

Laine rated on 11 Nov 2012
[Version 1.9.3b8]

Laine commented on 12 Oct 2012
As of a few seconds ago, using the MacUpdate download link got me version 1.2.4.
[Version 1.2.5]

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Laine replied on 12 Oct 2012
That does seem odd! Thanks!

Laine reviewed on 29 Sep 2012
It's good. Most of us may need some help with it.
[Version 1.0.3]

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Laine replied on 13 Dec 2012
But Spectacle has an interface for the shortcut settings and offers a good bit of the core functionality of Slate.

Laine reviewed on 18 Sep 2012
From the OmniDazzle website: "Some graphics hardware is rejected by OmniDazzle even if it would probably work." This problem appears not to be related to hardware after all. I'm using 10.8.1 now and OmniDazzle no longer quits on launch. I don't know whether the remedy for the unexpected quit was related to updating to 10.8.1 or not.
[Version 1.2]


Laine reviewed on 26 Jul 2012
There's no reason for this application to be limited to run on old hardware. I ran this just fine with my Early 2009 MacBook Pro 17" with 4G memory. But OmniDazzle refuses to run on my Mid-2011 MacBook Pro 17" with 8G memory.
[Version 1.2]

Laine commented on 27 Feb 2012
OK, I'll bite. What do you mean that MindHD is a mind mapping tool that turns your Mac Os X, iPhone, and iPad? Is the statement simply unfinished? Is there a typo?

Laine had trouble on 13 Oct 2009
To get ejection and notification to work in version 1.2, I had to change "if (i as string) is in diskPaths then" to "if ((i as string) & ":") is in diskPaths then".
[Version 1.2]

Laine had trouble on 22 Jul 2008
What about Firefox 3?
[Version 1.1]

Laine had trouble on 31 Oct 2007
DVD Imager needs an update to work properly in Leopard, but in the meantime, here's an easy workaround.

Don't drop the VIDEO_TS folder onto DVD Imager's window. Instead, find the DVD Imager application icon in the Finder and drop it onto that.
[Version 1.5.9]

Laine had trouble on 06 Oct 2007
Unknown error #1407 - fatal error message appears at launch.

Error code lookup reveals "Expected a folder and got a file instead".
[Version 3.2.3]

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Laine commented on 06 Oct 2007
Found this solution in "./JES":

"In case of startup problems it often helps to delete the plist in home/library/preferences."
Laine had trouble on 07 Jul 2007
For most problems with DVD Imager, in all likelihood the content of the VIDEO_TS folder (or other content if you're using copy mode) is something DVD Imager can't handle.

Here are some ways to try to determine that.

Start by using a utility like Onyx to

1) Repair permissions.
2) Check preferences.
3) Clean caches.

Are there any DVDs/VIDEO_TS folders that DVD Imager can copy? If you've ever successfully used DVD Imager to make a DVD before, try inserting one you created with DVD Imager before or one that was created a different way, and try to perform the operation on the VIDEO_TS folder that exists there.

Monitor the tmp folder while DVD Imager is working. That may present a challenge. You should be able to locate that folder in the Finder by typing command-shift-g and entering "/tmp". Examine the files in the lelandtmploc just after DVD Imager begins working.

Look for a file called " dvdimagerlog" also in the "/tmp" folder. If you can, drag it out of there before DVD Imager deletes it when quitting, and tell me what's in it. If you have trouble dragging it, just select it as soon as it appears after you click Create in DVD Imager and press command-d to duplicate it. That way the original will be removed when DVD Imager quits but the duplicate will remain.

You might want to try testing the mkisofs executable which is the engine for DVD Imager. The documentation includes the command you need to type into the terminal, substituting your particulars for source, disk name, and destination.

If you put the DVD Imager application into the main directory of the boot drive, typing the following line precisely into Terminal and pressing return should result in a message telling you all the options that can be used for the mkisofs executable. If it doesn't, then there's some problem with the mkisofs executable on your system, and DVD Imager can't possibly work.


If you get the expected response, then try completing the command line using the command line sample included in the documentation.

Good luck!
[Version 1.5.9]

Laine had trouble on 09 Feb 2007
Has the import/export ability disappeard in 3.b1?
[Version 3.0b1]

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