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Markus00000 rated on 20 Jan 2011
[Version 3.3.0]



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Markus00000 (developer) commented on 11 Sep 2010
Version 1.9 should be considered to be slightly experimental.

Unfortunately, the description hasn't been updated correctly.
[Version 1.9]


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Markus00000 (developer) replied on 12 Sep 2010
Yellow below 20%, red below 10%.

I'm open for discussion about sensible values. I'm new to wireless input devices and only recently noticed that my Magic Mouse went off just below 20%.
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Markus00000 (developer) replied on 12 Sep 2010
Maybe the poll will shed some light on this.

Adjusting the battery level indicators for each device would be trivial. However, the auto-recognition was painful to code. :)
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Markus00000 (developer) commented on 24 Aug 2010
Thanks for the feedback. If you are a bit familiar with the Terminal, could you please run the following command and post or e-mail me its output:

/usr/sbin/ioreg -l -d 12 | grep -E '("BatteryPercent"|"Services" = "Apple Wireless Keyboard"|"Services" = "Apple Wireless Mouse"|"Services" = "Apple Wireless Trackpad")'
[Version 1.0]



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Markus00000 (developer) commented on 24 Aug 2010
I'm investigating a bug that causes certain bluetooth devices to not being detected by BatteryLevel. A fix should be out soon.
[Version 1.0]



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Markus00000 reviewed on 11 Jun 2007
Quoting the "What's new" section:
"Modified tabbed browsing, that requires tabs to be showing even if only one tab is open (which is a huge waste of screen space)"

I cannot confirm this. There is a hide/show tab bar command (cmd+shift+T) that will toggle the tab bar to be hidden or shown if there is only a single tab opened.
However the "Always show tab bar" option in the preferences is no longer there.

The new find feature is way better since it guides your attention towards the keyword you are looking for.

Dragging tabs is nice although not new. Dragging tabs out of a window to reside in a new one comes handy.

Reopen tabs and session saving - finally...

My favorite feature is resizing text boxes since web developers so often miss the right size.

And it runs very stable for a beta. Well done.

Ad blocking is still missing. :(
[Version 3.0b]



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Markus00000 reviewed on 19 Mar 2007
Cross-platform, usb-stick support, easy to use, nice interface, search, password generator.
Free and open-source.
Great program!
[Version 0.2.2]



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