Moep
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+4

Moep reviewed on 06 Oct 2011
Growl died with version 1.3, but that’s ok since we all know that OS X 10.8 will implement the iOS5 notification system on the desktop.

Until then I’m content with using the old version and I just received my refund from the MAS.
[Version 1.3]




Moep rated on 05 May 2011
[Version 6.1.1]



burypromote
+4

Moep reviewed on 05 May 2011
Garage Sale is a quite useful tool, but their upgrade policy is unacceptable considering the pace of new releases. Most of them don’t even add useful features, it seems to me like the developers bump the version number to cash in again.

If you buy this, expect to pay for it again every 9 months or so.

I’m not using the application nearly enough to justify spending so much money it and regret purchasing it in the first place, it’s a shame really.
[Version 6.1.1]



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+1
moep commented on 15 Oct 2008
The new definition of “feature creep”. Get Transmission.
[Version 4.0]



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moep commented on 11 May 2008
I personally can't stand the way song-changes are shown in the new version. (right below the menu bar)

So far I've found no way to restore the old behavior with the beautiful and unobtrusive bezel-notification in the middle of the screen so I've downgraded to 2.0.1 and don't plan to upgrade.
[Version 2.1.1]



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moep reviewed on 18 Apr 2008
Still my favourite File Transfer Client although updates are sparse ever since Coda was released.
Panic might already be working on 4.0 though, who knows!
[Version 3.6.5]



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moep reviewed on 20 Feb 2007
Incredible program.

I was getting desperate with all my image spam up to the point where I considered setting up my own Linux/Spamassassin/FuzzyOCR Mailserver to get rid of all the image-spam that the Mail.app Junk-Filter just ignores. Then I tried Spamsieve... and it's flawless.

Trained with roughly 600 emails total, it now filters 100% of all spam with zero false positives on the second day of use.

Together with the LSUIElement "hack" it's also just about invisible and very easy on the system resources.

The only minor things that I'd like to see changed would be tighter integration with Mail.app (maybe integrate it into the Preference pane? that'd be awesome!) and a different icon, but that's a matter of taste. Both - comic and photorealistic - icons don't really go with the OSX UI in my eyes, but that's matter of taste. And my icon is hidden anyway, so who cares!
[Version 2.5]



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