Macbliss
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Macbliss commented on 13 Mar 2010
Would strongly consider buying this if it had three things:

Ability to hide events, just like you can hide tasks (so you can see only tasks).
Ability to hide overdue tasks. Sometimes you only want to see what is on today's agenda, not yesterday's, etc. Keeps the list from getting too long, too fast.
Built in search.
[Version 2.1.1]



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macbliss reviewed on 25 Oct 2008
Bean is a fantastic text editor. It's options are well thought out and highly useful like the full screen view, alternate display colors, float window, and back up. Great job. To think the developer wasn't a programmer before he started Bean is amazing. One thing I'd like to suggest as one other review shared, is a custom background color for new documents, whether they be RTF or text. Or a way to open up new documents in alternative display colors - with the default blue background and white text, would be a nice in the interim.
[Version 1.3.3]



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macbliss commented on 29 Jul 2008
Watching this one develop. Sounds like some nice updatess. But, unfortunately not open for testing to unregistered users. May want to consider enabling new demo for each semi-major update. If you can't try -- it's hard to buy. Just some food for thought.
[Version 1.3]



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macbliss commented on 09 Jul 2008
Looks good. But in order to be truly usable it needs better export options. Namely - you should be able to "take out" your daily clippings all at once or by folder, in their native format, preserving their creation date. Currently you can only export one item at a time.
[Version 1.2.1]



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macbliss commented on 14 May 2008
Needs to be able to export as individual entries (not just one document) and preserve creation/modification dates of entries. Important if you ever want to get your entries out of the app and use in another program.
[Version 1.1.40]



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macbliss commented on 14 May 2008
Like the feel of this app and its simplicity. A few features that I think would enhance it would be -- being able to tag or label entries, a full screen view, and configurable background color for entries.
[Version 1.1.40]



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macbliss reviewed on 06 May 2008
Nice little utility. Simple, easy and effective way to see where your paycheck is going during the week ...
[Version 1.0]



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macbliss commented on 26 Apr 2008
Great utility. Would be nice to have support for opera too.
[Version 2.5.13]



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macbliss commented on 25 Apr 2008
Looks rather nice, but unfortunately couldn't get it to download my gmail with IMAP. So I couldn't really try it.
[Version 1.0.3]



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macbliss commented on 25 Apr 2008
I was using Google Reader for a long while, then google changed their left bar menu into a drop down menu --- which makes it a lot harder to scroll and see everything. Then you have to click subscriptions every time you want to go to a new one.

So moved into NetNewswire for a quite while, and was enjoying it quite well, but then recently it stopped checking my Craig's list feeds. Saying there's no new items, even when refreshed. I'm dumbfounded as to why it stopped.

If anyone has any ideas -- feel free to reply. Meanwhile I'll have to check out some other readers again.
[Version 3.1.6b1]



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