Jakob Peterhänsel
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Marook reviewed on 19 May 2012
Wow, nice collection of data for any given IP/hostname entered in the browser!
[Version 2.2]

Marook rated on 18 Mar 2011
[Version 1.3.1]

Marook commented on 18 Mar 2011
Hmm, does NOT record any audio on 10.6.6 - and yes, I have tested the mic...
[Version 1.3.1]

Marook rated on 08 Feb 2011

Marook commented on 05 Mar 2010
And where do I find the 'super' and 'pro' features??? ;-)
[Version 1.0]

Marook commented on 28 Dec 2009
Still works on 10.6.2 ... :-)
[Version 0.2]

marook commented on 30 Mar 2009
Ahh, that is so nice - back to tagging my photos!
[Version 1.5]

marook commented on 04 Feb 2009
Ok, the 'shareware' payment here is not for the software, but Per DEVICE you would like to mess with!

So if you have more than one phone in the household, you need to fork up $$$ for EACH and EVERY device you have. That is crasy!

Never gonna happen with my creditcard!
[Version 6.5b1]

marook commented on 19 Jun 2008
Ohh.. Like STeve says: If you're THAT stupid, you're not even allowed to buy on in the shop.

Go get a Nokia if you need this software! There it's needed..
[Version 1.0]

marook commented on 21 Apr 2008
So, we charge money to remove this one-up message?
Yeah, it might be annoying as long as you know what you download, but when something try to run an app you have NOT allowed, you will be sorry you payed up this fee....

Ohh, and if this remind you of Window$, then I guess you haven't used Vista yet... as it just piss you off. At least OS X keeps track of what you allow, and can tell you what actual URL the application came from - even after it was extracted from a Zip &&&&&& a DMG file.

Do you REALLY need to pay $5 to get rid of that kind of security?

Remember to keep back up.. if you use this!
[Version 10.5.2]

marook had trouble on 13 Jan 2008
Both version 1.7 & 1.7.1 spawn an AppleScript error when trying to run the disk test: "The specified object is a property, not an element. (-10008)".

Seems like you try set the size of the image to create a bit wrong, but since the script(s) are saved as Run Only, I can't check it out...

This is running on 10.5.1
[Version 1.7.1]

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