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MacGuy_81 commented on 22 Dec 2008
I would highly recommend checking out some alternatives to this app such as iShowU or Screenflick before purchasing.
[Version 2.1b1]

MacGuy_81 commented on 20 Dec 2008
$29 is too much for Snapz Pro, IMO. Mac's built-in Grab handles nearly every still-screenshot need you might have for free (although some of the features are a bit hidden). And for movies, there are many alternatives which I think are better, such as iShowU, Screenflick, etc. Combine the two, and you have a cheaper, more robust, and more up-to-date way of taking care of all your screen capture needs.

(btw, tips on using the macs built in screen-capture:)

Command-Shift-4 to select an area of the screen
Command-Shift-3 to capture the whole screen
Command-Shift-4, then spacebar, to capture a specific window
*Hold down the control key with any of the above to copy the captured image to the clipboard instead of a file

and here's a post on how to change the file format, too (from PNG to JPG or w/e you want):
[Version 2.1.3]

MacGuy_81 commented on 04 Oct 2008
Audacity is a really great tool but it has always been a bit buggy when I've used it. I personally switched to Amadeus. But Audacity is definitely worth looking into!
[Version 1.3.5d]

MacGuy_81 commented on 04 Oct 2008
Amadeus continues to impress me. A really well-put-together, solid sound editor. Highly recommended.
[Version 1.3.2]

MacGuy_81 commented on 04 Oct 2008
This seems like a exploitative and uneccessary piece of software, considering all major browsers provide many ways of doing this automatically, for free. There are many different scripts that can be run which will do this for free, automatically, in the background.

Or just choose 'Private Browsing' in Safari or 'Clear Private Data' in FireFox, etc.
[Version 4.2.2]

MacGuy_81 (developer) commented on 05 Jun 2008
MiLife is intended to provide a more simple and streamlined approach to creative writing than some of the commercial journaling programs.

The response to MiLife has been so surprising, however, that I'm already working on a new update (v1.1 at the time of this post) and am actively listening to users as far as what features they want to see in future releases.

Please give MiLife a try, and if it doesn't meet your needs, send me an E-mail and let me know how I can make it better!

Thanks for trying MiLife and I hope you will have fun using it.
[Version 1.0]

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