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Martin commented on 07 Nov 2013
Release-Notes for 2.4 are available here:
[Version 2.4]

Martin commented on 16 Aug 2013
Haven’t tried the software yet, but it’s not a free app as stated above and in the details box.
You can download and test a 7-day trial version but after this you have to pay for the tool (starting with $49/€39 for one computer)

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Martin replied on 16 Aug 2013
Thanks for the additional information. The prices however are for the Mac version. Click the red «upgrade to pro» button and you’ll see the Mac prices for on or more computers. The Windows version costs $79/€59 for one seat. You could switch the pricelist for Windows/Mac via the white tabs at the upper part of the page.
Martin commented on 01 Nov 2012
Triumph is the successor of the well rated WaveEditor from the same company. It’s currently on sale at the audiofile-engineering shop. The sale lasts from October 31th to November 11th. See their twitter-account or blog for more details.
[Version 2.0.0]

Martin commented on 30 Oct 2012
Triumph, the successor of Wave Editor is now on sale at the audiofile-engineering shop and will be available soon. The sale lasts from October 31th to November 11th. See their twitter-account or blog for more details.
[Version 1.5.7]

Martin commented on 07 Feb 2012
The current Download link only leads to the curren release notes. You could download the current version from this link:
[Version 3.4.4]

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Martin replied on 07 Feb 2012
While this is a good solution for people already working with ccc, it’s not a great advice for people downloading ccc for the first time. The MacUpdate download link should just do what it says – start a download of the current app.
Martin commented on 08 Dec 2011
Finally, TypeTool adds Lion compatibility and is an universal app. I have only tested it a few minutes on 10.6 Snow Leopard but the file info window displays a long awaited »Universal« letters. I’m happy to be able to use this tool, when I finally upgrade to Lion next year.
[Version 3.1]


Martin reviewed on 04 Nov 2011
It works on my Mac (MBP with 10.6.8) without crashing on startup. The custom drawn interface feels a bit slow when dragging around the Winamp window (compared to other Windows).
While it shares the name with its Windows counterpart, it doesn’t share most of the fantastic features Winamp is known for. This early beta only can import your music from folders or iTunes and sync it with the Winamp mobile verion on an Android smartphone. It can also play back music on your Mac. You can manage simple (not Smart) Playlists like in iTunes and use the common player controls (pause, playback, volume, etc.)
There is no converter, there are no plugins for obscure or legacy audio formats, no visualizer, no virtual soundcard (write files to disks) only a very simple Player with playlists and a device sync (not tested).
If it’s that what you have searched all the time, then Winamp may be your tool of choice. Those searching for an simple non iTunes mp3 player should try Vox.

While it was nice to see Winamp again (as someone who switched to the Mac over ten years ago), I won’t use it in its current development state as I don’t need the Android sync. But maybe Winamp evolves to something really useful.

Keep up the work.
[Version 0.7.1]


Martin reviewed on 01 Nov 2011
I also have spent the money to buy Page Layers after I’ve seen the sample Photoshop files on the developer’s website.
For the two pages I have tested it since, it worked fine and produced what it says on the tin.
If you need that functionality (every element of a website on a separate Photoshop layer) to fiddle around, analyze or test different designs, Page Layers is a great help.

It would be even better, if you have an option to generate Photoshop text layers out of the text in the website so you can alter the text in your design more quickly.
[Version 1.5]


Martin reviewed on 07 Aug 2011
The app works in general but has a limitation in its window width. This causes some .nfo files to not be displayed properly as they use more than 80 characters per line. Those files are displayed with a lot of white lines in between the graphic lines because of some line wrapping.

In the original NFOViewer, you could adjust the window with and therefore the line width which caused those .nfo files to be displayed correctly.

Also the Icon of the NFOViewer is much nicer. Who actually wants a Windows XP or Linux window frame in an icon for a Mac app?

Aside from those points, I didn’t have any problems or stability issues.

Thanks to developer for bringing this to Mac OS but there is room for some improvements.
[Version 1.0.0]

Martin commented on 31 Jul 2011
I would be happy to try this piece of Software as it really looks interesting to me. But without a demo, I’m left with a “eat or die“ kind of choice of the MAS.

I like the Mac App Store as a platform to buy software but this shouldn lead to tons of developers who are not providing any demo version of their sofware.
[Version 1.3]

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Martin replied on 23 Aug 2011
Thanks for your hint. I already own Layers but haven’t noticed it’s web capture ability. However, in contrast to »Page Layers« it captures all web elements into one Photoshop layer, while Page layers creates a new layer for every Element of the web page.

So while they share a subset of features (capturing the whole page), Page Layers is still a different kind of beast.
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