Lonniehb
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lonniehb commented on 11 Sep 2007
I'm looking for a simple image editor for my wife to use - just out of curiosity, why do you need a registration number? The program shows that it is a free license. Is this correct? Thanks.
[Version 3.2.2]



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lonniehb commented on 27 Apr 2007
Any plans to make this work with video as well? TV shows, etc. Thanks.
[Version 2.0b1]



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lonniehb reviewed on 30 Oct 2006
Great App! The developer is very responsive and helpful. Try this one out and you will quickly realize it's something you can't do without.
[Version 4.0b3]



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lonniehb reviewed on 29 Sep 2006
This is a very nice alternative to Toast. Simple burning with just enough options.

The only complaint I have with it is that it has the ugliest menu icons ever! Please oh please get someone to design some icons for your menu buttons. Email me, I'll do it for free just to get those out of there!
[Version 1.28]



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lonniehb commented on 12 Sep 2006
How very quickly did album art grabbing widgets/software become usless. iTunes 7 - does it all for you.

Thanks to the developer though! I've been using this one and it was nice.
[Version 2.9]



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lonniehb commented on 21 Aug 2006
I am downloading the demo right now and plan on trying this out for a project a client wants to do.

I just wanted to comment on the $100 issue that seems to come up in the "review" section. I think it's great when other people make suggestions on other software they find similar to the one they are posting about, but the price here is not really an issue to complain about. Post your thought about the software and let it be, if you like something else better just say that.

If this program does what I need, then $100 isn't bad. If a free program can do what I need then great, I will compare both. BUT, professionally $100 or $1 - the client will end up paying for it in the final bill and they won't care about $100 difference if the project is done and done right.
[Version 3.0.4]



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lonniehb reviewed on 24 Jul 2006
This is still in the early stages and has tiny tiny bugs here and there with the redrawing on areas BUT this app has quickly become one that I can not live without! This is a great addition to mail and will only become better and better over time. If you are on a widescreen, download it. Try it. FIVE STARS.
[Version 0.16]



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lonniehb reviewed on 24 Jul 2006
This is the BEST addition to my mac! I can not live without my cornerclick, the only bad thing about it is I get on other macs and click in my corners thinking this is a standard OSX feature :) FIVE STARS ALL THE WAY!
[Version 0.8]



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lonniehb reviewed on 24 Jul 2006
Wonderful app! I started using this along time ago and have never looked back. Cyberduck quickly replaced Fetch as my FTP app of choice. I've used some other like OneButton FTP and others that are nice apps too but just don't work as well or have as many features as Cyberduck.
[Version 2.6]



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lonniehb reviewed on 24 Jul 2006
I puchased the family licence for this about 6 months ago and had no problems scheduling it through iChat to be our daily back-up. It is easy to use and does exactly what I wanted in a back-up app. I did research several other apps before buying this one and still feel this was and is the best choice.
[Version 1.6.1]



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lonniehb had trouble on 25 May 2007
While the idea is a great one - I'm having issues with the app. If I close mail and leave manilamail running after about 3 seconds - manilamail opens my mail.app back up. I tested it on 2 computers and it does it on both. If I don't have manilamail running, mail.app works fine on close. Small issue, but it's enough to make me uninstall manilamail.
[Version 1.0]



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lonniehb had trouble on 30 Oct 2006
I've been unable to open .sit files on both a mac G5 running 10.4 and an intel iMac Core Duo running 10.4. The file unstuffs and then leaves an empty folder. I double checked the files with stuffit on the G5 and have no problems there. Any thoughts? Anyone else having a similar problem?
[Version 1.1]


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lonniehb replied on 30 Oct 2006
Oh yeah, I was going to say that I've been using this for awhile now and so far everything has worked great. The app has become a staple on my comps - until recently when I realized I can't open any .sit files (see above.)
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lonniehb had trouble on 03 Aug 2006
Seemed to install fine. I can go to the pref pane and select it, customize it, but when I try to start the screen saver it acts as if it is loading for a couple seconds and then just goes back to the desktop. Nothing ever happens. Help.

Dual 2 GHz PowerPC G5
3.5 GB Memory
Mac OSX 10.4.6
[Version 1.3.3]



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Lonniehb had trouble on 26 Aug 2004
The program is easy to use and exports the barcode under a couple of standard formats which is very helpful. I am having one problem with it if the developer is available to comment on it,

The "caption" that should display numbers, displays characters (! $ % #) and I can not get it to work properly.

This is running on a Dual 2 GHz G5 on OSX 10.3.5
[Version 1.0b8]



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Lonniehb had trouble on 17 Jun 2004
Im on a 2.0G Dual G5 and running 10.3.4 and both of the problems are happening with mine. Leaves a space when open and leaves part of the App when closed.
[Version 2.0b1]



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