Matthias Damm
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macplanet reviewed on 24 Sep 2007
*Finally* a very simple yet important feature has been implemented: It now is possible to keep the TV window in the foreground. Thanks!
[Version 2.5]



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macplanet reviewed on 02 Jul 2007
Finally a simple app for creating KML files from GPS logs. I wonder why nobody wrote this before ...
Very well done, thanks!
[Version 1.1]



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Macplanet reviewed on 09 Sep 2005
Not a bad app, but expensive.
In the past, the authors have been charging high update fees for minor updates like 4.1 and 4.2 if you did not subscribe to the expensive "Upgrade Protection".
4.3 is free to all 4.x users now (bravo to this decision!), but I would not expect that this will be true for future updates as well.

The interface seems to have grown less clumsy than in earlier versions, but still is not really Mac-like.

Check out the alternatives before spending your money here, there are plenty of better alternatives (free and commercial)!
[Version 4.3]


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Macplanet replied on 16 Sep 2005
There has been a longer discussion between the Captain FTP support and me about my posting here.
Just one comment from me: It is true that I did not pay for Captain FTP directly, but I received the license as part of a paid subscription, so I did not get the license for free from my viewpoint.

I also think that I can comment on a software even if I did not pay for it directly. And my main point is that version 4.2 was no free upgrade, and I would have had to pay the upgrade fee. This has been changed for 4.3.
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Macplanet commented on 23 Aug 2005
Very nice idea, but Indy is complete unusuable on a slow mac (like my G3/500 iBook) -- it takes all available processor speed and even then is not able to play music without cracks and dropouts.
Great concept, but poor implementation.
[Version b6]



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Macplanet reviewed on 23 Nov 2004
Nice, but why would I play this game on my computer if it is not possible to play versus computer players?
[Version 1.1]



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Macplanet reviewed on 18 Oct 2004
This software is absolutely marvellous. I use it to organize quite a large amount of information for my Ph.D. thesis, and it has turned out to be much more flexible and easy-to-use than a "old-fashioned" and yet very relyable.
The autor also offers great support, bugs are fixed in no-time and I managed to get some feature requests into this beta...
Definitely one of the most important applications I am working with.
[Version 2.0b1]



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