Downloads: 0
Posts: 18
Smile Score: +3
About Me
I am a Free member

Visit Stats
Last Visit: 5 years ago
Member Since: 22 Jun 2008
Profile Views: 886

Lewish's Posts
Average Rating from Lewish:

sort: smiles | time
lewish commented on 15 Jan 2008
For pure time tracking, TimeLog is second to none. That's all there is to say about that.

Unfortunately, I need more than just time tracking, as I'm sure many professionals do. A simple integrated invoicing solution will get me to switch.

Billings doesn't do any one thing the way I want it to, but it does do everything and it does it acceptably well. As much as I want it to, TimeLog just doesn't seem designed for use in a business, and I can't really figure out what other purpose it might have.
[Version 4.1.2]

lewish commented on 31 Oct 2007
Completely loved Notae until I upgraded to Leopard... unfortunately it runs incredibly slow now. Hoping for a fix, but dev site doesn't have any news.
[Version 2.2.1]

lewish commented on 03 Nov 2006
that screenshot is super retro
[Version 1.1.8]

lewish commented on 22 Sep 2006
this widget looks like exactly what I want, unfortunately the project select pulldown menu is greyed out, so I can't actually select my project and use the widget.

any ideas on what has gone wrong? it logged in without a problem.
[Version 2.0]

lewish commented on 12 Jun 2006
I was glancing at software titles but did a doubletake when I saw the short description attached to this one. The name is so misleading not only is it funny, it makes me think it's on purpose.
[Version 5.6]

Harlan Lewis (developer) commented on 09 Jun 2004
The link to download here at MacUpdate has been updated, and will now download ProLCD 1.1.1 as a standalone guiKit.

Sorry about the confusion!
[Version 1.1.1]

Harlan Lewis (developer) commented on 09 Jun 2004
The download on this page currently points to version 1.1, not 1.1.1. Sorry for the confusion.

To get the latest, (1.1.1), download this. A brand new blue variant is also
[Version 1.1.1]


Lewish reviewed on 26 May 2004
On my dual 450 G4 w/ 1GB ram, there is a noticeable difference in speed between Shiira and Safari. It's really friggen fast.

I don't use most Safari features aside from tabs, and Shiira does those almost exactly the same (maybe slightly better). It can use Safari's bookmarks as its own or add them to its list, it has a google search box in the address bar, and did I mention it's really really fast?

The only thing really keeping me from using it is that it is definitely not a pretty browser, and I admit I'm a sucker for aesthetics. Applying metallifizer to it helps a bit, except that the address bar/bookbar bar text doesn't take on etched text colors and can be a bit hard to read.
[Version Build 040525]

Harlan Lewis (developer) commented on 10 Feb 2004
I'd just like to point out that Latium is still being worked on, so if you have any questions, comments, etc etc please send me an email.
[Version 1.0]

There are currently no troubleshooting comments by this member.

Displaying 1-10 of 13
1 2 >
Please login or create a new
MacUpdate Member account
to use this feature

- -