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M!k3 commented on 10 Jun 2007
Is there something similar for the HP48 available?
[Version 1.1.1]


M!k3 reviewed on 08 Jun 2007
Well, I've tried to do some basic things like updating my working copy or getting it to connect to our https-repository. But no success - I just did not found a way to tell Syncro about the location of my credentials.
[Version 2.4]


M!k3 reviewed on 07 Jun 2007
Well, a good file manager is still my most wanted missing application for the Mac. On Windows I'm using Altap Salamander (former Servant Salamander), but nothing comes close to it on the Mac.

Compared to Altap Salamander's features muCommander looks like a feature-crippled, 5-year old version. Sorry - I removed it from my disk.
[Version 0.8b3]


M!k3 reviewed on 07 Jun 2007
Since Safari does not allow me to block ads, I've tried Opera. This was a good choice as a browser (BTW, its the only one I know which can render the acid2 test correctly).

Because I also had some problem with Thunderbird, I'm glad that Opera has an embedded e-mail client which is very cool - although a little bit different approach than others (view filters instead of moving messages to other folders).
[Version 9.21]


M!k3 reviewed on 07 Jun 2007
I'm using Thunderbird since a couple of years on Windows. It was naturally, that I give it a try on the Mac. Unfortunately, it is not as good usable as I'm used to it. Is it just me that I can't easily switch between windows (e.g. from main window to new-message window) with the usual keystroke?
[Version 2.0]

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M!k3 commented on 15 Jun 2007
I'd rather meant Cmd+< (the < key is right beside my left shift key).

M!k3 reviewed on 07 Jun 2007
I'll make it short: excellent tool!

Is it also available for Linux?
[Version 2.2.1]


M!k3 reviewed on 07 Jun 2007
Well, I'm using smartSVN (their Subversion client) for some time and I'm very happy with it. Now we had a project for CVS. It was natural to give smartCVS a try. Incredible, what these guys squeeze out of that old VCS! It's by fat the feature-richest CVS client I've found - what other CVS client can show you change sets or incoming changes (except the one in Eclipse)?

There is only one small issue: compared to smartSVN it is quite slow when it refreshs the remote states (causing new revisions/files to show up) - at least on our large repository.
[Version 6.0.2]


M!k3 reviewed on 07 Jun 2007
After testing quite all other available Subversion clients out there (free and commercial), I need to say: smartSVN Pro by far is the best one. Very good overview over the project's changes, intuitive usage, powerful features and rock solid.

Don't search any longer, use smartSVN! The 46EUR for the Pro version are worth each cent!
[Version 2.1.8]


M!k3 reviewed on 07 Jun 2007
Sorry, I don't like this all-in-one tree view - it's too bad to sortable.
[Version 0.9.9]

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