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Morefood rated on 08 May 2011
[Version 1.3.2]



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Morefood commented on 27 Mar 2011
It looks like this is a wrapper for http://validator.w3.org/

Somehow development has been slow for this program, which was last commented on about 4 years ago. Asking money now for a final version that has been deprecated for over 4 years is a bit harsh.
[Version 1.0]



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+3
Morefood commented on 26 Mar 2011
Just a note to MacUpdate: displaying the 4.2 image for the 4.3 update can be misleading.

The devices supported have changed.

See http://www.apple.com/ios/#globalfooter for the devices supported, and please note that this page may change in the future, so the link may not work after future iOS updates.
[Version 4.3.1]



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Morefood reviewed on 26 Mar 2011
This application should be featured (and updated) in the Apple App Store. It would solve the problem of the versions and could have stopped me searching for an application with specific features that I have had all along.

Not using NoteBook for over a month made me forget how versatile it is. It does what I need, and then a lot more that I am yet to discover.
[Version 3.0.9]



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+9
Morefood tipped on 05 Feb 2010
To uninstall, remove the following files:

• /Library/Internet Plug-Ins/Silverlight.plugin
• /Library/Receipts/Silverlight.pkg
• /Library/Receipts/Silverlight_W2_MIX.pkg
• /Library/Internet Plug-Ins/WPFe.plugin
• /Library/Receipts/WPFe.pkg

Found on:
http://www.microsoft.com/silverlight/get-started/install/default.aspx
[Version 3.0.50106.0]



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+3

MoreFood reviewed on 12 Jul 2009
Comparing Dreamweaver CS3 to Coda, I quickly stuck with Coda, since it works exactly as it should and does not crash. The only extra feature that I would like to see is a better debugging option, but at the moment Safari does that job.

If the people at Apple are smart, they add Coda to the Snow Leopard XCode Tools, to offer a broader spectrum of coding tools, expecially since they dropped the "me" personal websites.

To the developers: I keep discovering new features, which makes Coda a joy to use.

*PHP, Perl, python and HTML developer*
[Version 1.6.4]



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