Livings124
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Livings124 reviewed on 14 Mar 2012
Long-standing bugs remain unfixed, leaving Growl broken since 2009 and closing windows extremely buggy and unreliable. Developers are rude to users contacting them. Project is essentially abandoned. I would look for an alternative.
[Version 2.3]




Livings124 rated on 25 May 2011
[Version 1.2.2]



burypromote
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Livings124 commented on 28 Mar 2010
"The higher settings are ok for my hardware."

Clearly they are not. You will have less issues with lower settings. For your point about threads, that is not a valid solution to the issue you are describing.
[Version 1.92]



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Livings124 commented on 23 Sep 2009
With all of this auto-update garbage that's intrusively installed, why does my outdated version always say it's up to date?
[Version 5.1.3509.4636]



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Livings124 commented on 20 Sep 2009
Still not 64-bit. Means System Preferences has to reboot in 32-bit mode for it.
[Version 7.1]



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livings124 commented on 27 Aug 2009
I just find it hilarious that this app isn't 64-bit.
[Version 1.2]


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livings124 replied on 28 Aug 2009
Just saying it's funny that it's not compiled as a, say, Universal 32/64 bit application. Of course it doesn't need it, I just find it a bit ironic.
burypromote

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livings124 replied on 28 Aug 2009
That is a horrible reason. Anyway, why should anyone care enough to know if their system is 64-bit if you yourself acknowledge that 64-bit is mostly meaningless, at least for now? I'm just messing with ya, but by not being 64-bit, your app will require the loading of 32-bit frameworks to run, which will slow things down if everything else on the system is 64-bit. Not a likely situation (at this point at least), but I'm just saying it's ironic and a bit funny.
burypromote
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livings124 commented on 12 Jul 2007
Seems like it's back to $20 now...something strange is definitely going on.
[Version 1.0v44]



burypromote
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livings124 commented on 11 Jul 2007
Just wanted to point out that the price has increased from $20 to $25 (and still $9 more for "future upgrade" eligibility).
[Version 1.0v44]



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livings124 (developer) commented on 11 Dec 2006
Hello Albabe,

I've looked at all your posts on the Transmission forums. Of the three threads you posted in there was one that was locked where you received a rude response from one other poster (with no association with the Transmission project). Another was a normal discussion about the same problem . The third was once again a post about the same problem where I directed you to the nightly releases. The bug that you have reported has been known for quite a bit.

I hope one rude poster hasn't caused such a negative view of the project.
[Version 0.6.1]



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