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Mikeevangelist reviewed on 13 May 2013
Adobe thanks.
[Version 2.0.8]


Mikeevangelist reviewed on 31 Jul 2012
Due to the death of the Quickeys programmer, I've been finally forced to seek an alternative. I've loved and used Quickeys literally every day since version 1.0 was introduced, and depend on it greatly, so the prospect of switching was unpleasant.

But after only a couple days with Keyboard Maestro, I'm totally happy. I was able to recreate most of my macros easily, and expect to completely replicate my familiar environment with no problem.

I've also been able to eliminate PTHPasteboard PRO, thanks to the similar functionality included in KM.

KM is very fast/responsive and powerful.

Former Quickeys users, have no fear, it will work great for you!
[Version 5.3.2]


Mikeevangelist reviewed on 04 Jun 2012
Capture One will give you the best quality from your RAW files. Period.

I was quite shocked in fact, when I saw how much better the results were when compared to Aperture and Lightroom.

The learning curve is steeper than the others and there are no D.A.M. features to speak of, but if you invest the time to learn it, Capture One will give you a better looking image every time.

I tend to use Lightroom for quick edits and cataloging, but always end up taking any important images to Capture One for finishing.
[Version 6.4.2]


Mikeevangelist reviewed on 15 Sep 2011
Two dollars very well spent. This little applet is stable, unobtrusive and native. It makes Pandora seem almost like part of the OS.

I love it.

I'd like to see the developer add the ability to make new channels.
[Version 1.0.1]

Mikeevangelist commented on 24 Aug 2011
This is the first Dropbox update that doesn't just pick up where it left off with my existing setup. I got the account setup dialog on launch and although it claims to use my old settings, it did not. Now all my files are re-indexing. Thankfully, it doesn't seem to be re-uploading. But the indexing is slamming my processors and so far has been going for 30 minutes.
[Version 1.1.43]

Mikeevangelist rated on 09 Dec 2010
[Version 3.0]


Mikeevangelist reviewed on 18 Feb 2010
I've used this utility (and its earlier versions) for years to archive my emails to a FileMaker database. This allows me to keep Mail lean and efficient, but still have access to all my old mail when I need it.

It does what it's designed to do, with no fuss. The author is also very responsive to questions and suggestions.

Well worth its modest price.
[Version 2.16]


Mikeevangelist reviewed on 08 Oct 2009
I'll add my five stars to the chorus here. This is a GREAT tool. Anyone who does documentation will be knocked over by how much time it saves.

Don't hesitate for a moment to send the twenty bucks. It's awesome!
[Version 1.1.6]

Mikeevangelist commented on 02 Sep 2009
Deepest thanks to the developer for getting this out so quickly!

I really missed it since updating to Snow Leopard (even though it's only been 5 days.)

A great tool; rock solid and extremely handy.
[Version 4.5.0]

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