Max Gave
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Max_G commented on 26 Mar 2014
Developer, in 'Add items to Finder menus' is the option 'Collapse All'. Would it be possible to also make an option 'Expand All'?
[Version 0.19]


Max_G reviewed on 25 Mar 2014
Yes! Thanks Tran Ky Nam!
[Version 0.19]


Max_G reviewed on 22 Mar 2014
While shading your screen works OK, the coloring is horrible. Instead of adjusting the gamma, myPoint Shade puts a colored layer over the screen of which you can adjust the opacity. This influences the contrast too, up to the extend the picture is badly visible.
I hoped for 'live adjustment' of the gamma.
[Version 1.11]

Max_G commented on 30 Jan 2014
The developers don't even care to mention Mavericks compatibility on their site.

Looks this software is obsolete now. Go for CCC for active development. Faster and more versatile than SD too.
[Version 2.7.1]


Max_G reviewed on 05 Dec 2013
A breeze of fresh air after Apple's crap apps iCal and Reminders.

Came to Maverick from Snow Leopard and expected some evolution of handling events and todos by Apple. Well, change indeed, but no improvements.

Developer, please consider an alternative for the M.A.S. It doesn't supply a confirmation mail of your purchase and no invoice. And there are many more well-known disadvantages. I dislike it.
[Version 2.5.4]

Max_G commented on 05 Dec 2013
In Mavericks, Apple's Reminders has the option 'Remind me on a day'. After the task is due, the due date appears too (in the edit window).

Fantastical has the option to set the due date, but no reminder.

Apple's Reminders also has the option 'Remind me at a location'. Fantastical hasn't.

Apple's Calendar also has more options than Fantastical, like travel time and adding invitees.

This makes Fantastical rather handicapped in adding and editing events and tasks. Currenty, it is more an app for a quick overview than an alternative for Apple's Calendar and Reminders.
[Version 1.3.11]

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Max_G replied on 05 Dec 2013
Ah, when adding a NEW calendar event in Fantastical, indeed there are somewhat more options than I initially suggested. Even so, in Apple's Calendar and Reminders there are more options and features than in Fantastical.

Max_G replied on 06 Jan 2014
BusyCal is what I bought indeed ;-) Too expensive btw, but very adequate.
Max_G commented on 28 Nov 2013
Maverick-users, before AMMPS drives you crazy for not being able to start it; Download version 2.2 (a patched version of 2.1) here:

Otherwise, patch version 2.1 yourself, and read some more info here:
[Version 2.1]


Max_G reviewed on 27 Nov 2013
Does what it says, and flawlessly.

Always used SmartSaver on Snow Leopard. Went over to Mavericks and wanted something similar (SmartSaver is not compatible).

Two cons though:
1. Slider moves the opposite way from what you (I) expect.
2. Only available at the Mac App Store. So it immediately installs. Hate that! And no DMG or ZIP to backup.
[Version 1.2.5]

Max_G commented on 16 Oct 2013
Price is only $39.95 in non-VAT countries.

As a citizen of the Netherlands I need to pay $47.54 (21% VAT).
[Version 4.1.1896]


Max_G reviewed on 25 Sep 2013
Tried to rip audio (in lossless format) from a FLV. Program stated all went well. Audio file cannot be played though. Tried procedure twice. Also cannot save in my map of choice.
[Version 1.5.2]

Max_G had trouble on 21 Mar 2012
Tried, looks good. One thing unclear though: can I batch compressions? I would like to drag, say, five folders on the program-window and save them as separate (encrypted) files with one click. Is this possible?
[Version 1.4.1]

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