Ugo Grandolini
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Mr-Camaleo reviewed on 01 Apr 2012
great great great: a good software with an excellent support!
Warmly suggested to save time!
[Version 4.4.9]



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Mr-Camaleo reviewed on 01 Apr 2012
easy to use, very well done interface. There is still space to improve but warmly suggested to every professional developer!
[Version 2.0.5]



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Mr-Camaleo reviewed on 01 Apr 2012
this is exactly what I needed! easy, handy, integrated also with google calendar: what to ask more?
[Version 4.1.2]



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Mr-Camaleo reviewed on 01 Apr 2012
great software, invaluable tool to save quite a lot of time if you are a professional developer. Got it also for the iPad!
[Version 3.8.18]




Mr-Camaleo rated on 01 Apr 2012
[Version 1.4.1]



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Mr-Camaleo reviewed on 16 Jun 2011
can I install this with Smultron 3.8.4?
[Version 1.1]



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Mr-Camaleo had trouble on 27 Nov 2012
Hi,

I am a quite happy user (OSX, iOS and Android) since few versions ago but with the last version I started to face frequent Firefox crashes :(

Please see:
https://groups.google.com/forum/?fromgroups=#!topic/firebug/E_WjA8HNwTM

and:
https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/attachment.cgi?id=681890&action=edit

Now, I had to disable the Firefox extension to be able to work (I am web developer), but every time I need to login to a site I am lost - as I was before 1Password...

Is it possible to get a previous - more compatible - version and/or that you work with Mozilla's developers to fix the problem asap? They say it might be fixed in 17.1 or 18 but I am not sure how long it will take.

Anyways 1Password IS A GREAT product and I keep recommend it to my friends :)

Thanks!
[Version 3.8.20]


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Mr-Camaleo replied on 05 Dec 2012
Hi Khad,

sorry for the delay, in the mean time they released FF 17.0.1. Since I have installed it no more crashes: let's keep fingers crossed...

In case I will be back in touch trough email, I tough other users might be interested in this answer.

Take care!
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Mr-Camaleo had trouble on 16 Dec 2010
Hi,

I am trying it with Photoshop 12.0.2 but it does not shop up.
The FAQ at the developer site states to disable an option present in every open/save dialog but I cannot find that option.
Can you please help?
I like to get the bundle just for this one and 1password.

thanks!
[Version 4.3.10]


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Mr-Camaleo replied on 17 Dec 2010
Just got this by email, followed the instructions and it works!

I'm afraid that advice no longer applies in CS5 - Adobe has changed Photoshop so you access its custom dialog via the "Browse in Bridge" command in the file menu. So, if Default Folder X isn't working in Photoshop, it's not because you have its file dialogs configured incorrectly. Instead, you've probably got a corrupted Default Folder X preference file. Please try using the steps below to delete your prefs file so Default Folder X can create a new one. I think that will fix your problem.

Sorry for the trouble.

- Jon

To delete Default Folder X's preference file:

1. Take note of any Default Folder X Favorites and preference settings you've made, since they will be erased when you perform this procedure.

2. Open System Preferences, select Default Folder X, and turn it off. THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT. If you do not turn off Default Folder X first, it will simply write damaged preference data into a new preference file after you delete the old one.

3. Quit System Preferences.

4. Open a new window in the Finder and go to your home folder. Within that, locate and open the Library folder, and within that, open the Preferences folder.

5. Find the file named "com.stclairsoft.DefaultFolderX.plist" in the Preferences folder and throw it in the Trash.

6. Open System Preferences, reconfigure any settings you need, enter your registration code and turn Default Folder X back on.


Going to buy the bundle...
Merry Xmas!
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