Duane Casady
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Mentalcolic commented on 05 Apr 2013
I haven't tried this app, mainly because I see no significant difference in features or functions from Jing or Skitch, both of which I also no longer use. Why? because Apple's built-in Preview app already does all of these things and doesn't keep bugging you to register with their cloud service. Some of us don't need or use "the cloud" due to security concerns, or simply because its unneeded and should be an opt-in service that can be turned off. (without being continually prompted for logins or waiting on create account splash screens etc) *cough* Skitch *cough* I just don't see the need for installing more redundant software. But it's free, has handy functions and others rate it highly, so if you have the extra drive space, and don't care about having another login and password to keep track of and like its features, go for it.
[Version 2.0.0]

Mentalcolic commented on 19 Apr 2010
Sorry- forgot to say. First post was home system, second was work system, not same Macbook models, home one is 1-2 yrs older. Home system using Firefox and Apple Mail, no VMware or Office 2008.
[Version 0.003]

Mentalcolic commented on 15 Mar 2010
Have just installed TotalFinder and have only ran it for a short while but so far OMG! There is no excuse for Apple not buying this and making it part of Finder from the get-go. Drag & Drop copy to spring-loaded Tabs, quick switching between tabs, absolutely the most usable "tweak" type utility I've installed in years. I still kinda miss Windowshade, but after a few more days with TotalFinder I don't think I'd go back even if they released a SnowLeopard version. Bravo!
[Version 0.8]

MentalColic commented on 11 Nov 2008
Is that the "Guardian of Forever" From Star Trek on the icon? If so very appropriate for this great, simple backup tool.
[Version 1.3]

Mentalcolic had trouble on 19 Apr 2010
Fails to launch for me. 2.5 ghz Macbook Pro, last non-unibody model. OS X 10.6.3 with updates applied. Immediate error dialog thrown. Not forced into 64bit boot. Also running Spaces and VMware Fusion if that would make any difference. Otherwise just regular "work" apps... Firefox, Office 2008 etc.
[Version 0.003]

Mentalcolic had trouble on 19 Apr 2010
App opens for a couple of seconds with what looks like scrambled view of the desktop in the main window, then crashes with a "Report, Ignore, Reopen" dialog. Older Aluminum Macbook Pro w/10.6.3 and all updates applied.
[Version 0.003]

MentalColic had trouble on 13 Oct 2008
I really like version 140. I have been unable to open 141 or 142 as the Disk Image fails to mount with a "Not Recognized" error. I'm not having problems opening/mounting disk images from other downloads. Has anyone else experienced this? If so, any solution found?
[Version 1.4.2]

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