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Moofthestoof rated on 04 Jun 2013
[Version 2.3.2]


Moofthestoof reviewed on 29 Sep 2012
I used to use WoW matrix until the debacle a few years ago where the mod sites cut them off. Then I switched to the Curse Client because it seemed to be the only viable mac WoW mod manager. Now WoWMatrix is back and seems to be back in working order! In fact, I was having trouble with DBM, RatingBuster and other mods under the Curse Client, but switching to WoWMatrix resolved the issue. Turns out, Curse Client wasn't registering beta versions and even some of the more recent release versions. All better now that I'm using WoWMatrix. Hope they don't get hamstrung, again.
[Version 3.02]

Moofthestoof commented on 22 Jul 2012
In the era of $1, $5, and $10 for most consumer apps, $40 is just way too much. Even the $30 intro price is outrageous. I've sworn by this software for years, but sadly will have to use alternatives until the inevitable price-drop brings it within reason.
[Version 3.5]


Moofthestoof reviewed on 12 Feb 2011
I have a Cinch license, but I've uninstalled it and will pony up for this once the trial is over. So full featured with the classic mac trait of enabling rather than obstructing workflow.
[Version 1.0.3]

MoofTheStoof commented on 07 Sep 2009
I like experimenting with different UIs and workflows so I thought I'd give it a try. Now I'm currently booting from the back-up clone of my SSD (and booting from an HD once you're used to SSD is paaaaaainful) trying to figure out exactly *which* files June erased - because it surely wasn't the files I told it to erase. I know everything in ~/Desktop and ~/Documents are gone as well as some things from ~/Library (I was using June to delete a very large directory from ~/Library that Crossover Games had put there from a Steam install). So all-in-all, I'm not too thrilled with June, right now.
[Version 1.0.5]


MoofTheStoof reviewed on 18 Aug 2009
It's one of those features that you didn't know you were missing, but the second you use it you slap yourself on the forehead and say, "oh, how did I live without this." Seriously.

Hyperbole aside, it's really good. A slight hesitation when you press the key (or button if you map it to a mouse key like I already have), but that's inconsequential compared to what it does for usability. 5 stars all the way. The price is reasonable, the install easy, and functionality exactly what you've been waiting for.
[Version 2.1]


MoofTheStoof reviewed on 17 Jun 2008
1.0.4 catches us back up, again. This little tool is fantastic. It easily opens up secret preferences all over the place - and not just in Apple apps! As always, think before you click as you might accidentally hose your system. YMMV.
[Version 1.0.4]


MoofTheStoof reviewed on 09 Jun 2008
Freeware cocoa twitter client! built in spell-check, dictionary, text-to-speech! Sort of no-frills, otherwise, but it's free without ads unlike Twitterific, and not Adobe Air driven like Twhirl. Very nice, so far.
[Version 1.0]

MoofTheStoof commented on 06 Feb 2008
Can no longer automatically launch and hijack Safari since upgrading to 2.8 - it errors out - and since I have this running on a remote media mac and it's supposed to be automatic, it's not been recording my podcasts since upgrading to 2.8. First time I've been less-than-happy since purchasing my license for AHP a couple of years ago.
[Version 2.8]

MoofTheStoof commented on 02 Nov 2007
I purchased the upgrade to 8.6 just a couple of months ago, and would really be upset if I had to pay $50 per license to get the 8.7 upgrade. Thankfully, I've not missed TB2, yet, because the screensharing feature built into 10.5 does the task admirably. Now, I haven't yet tried it on machines outside my LAN, but since I never did with TB2 either, I'm not sweating it.
[Version 8.7]

Moofthestoof had trouble on 17 May 2011
Overall it's great, but 4.0.8 was supposed to address the problems with the new processors but still crashes on my 2011 MacBook Pro Core i7. In fact, the only crashes I've ever had with this machine are while running VirtualBox. I've had to resort to running VirtualBox on a Mac Mini on my LAN and Screensharing to do my work.
[Version 4.0.8]

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