Michael Stielau
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Mstielau commented on 09 Sep 2009
From Kensington tech support:

"We are sorry to inform you that the MouseWorks software is not compatible with Mac OS X version 10.6 (Snow Leopard). We have no plan as of now to update the software, however we can only suggest you to check our website for any such update on the MouseWorks software."

Contrary to what this tech support person said, Mouseworks software does indeed continue to work on my Mac Pro with Snow Leopard installed. (There is something funny going on with the double-click speed which I can not quite figure out, but other than that, it still seems to function.)

When you click on Mouseworks in the control panel, a message comes up and says "To use the “MouseWorks” preferences pane, System Preferences must quit and reopen." When you click OK, it does what is says it would do and Mouseworks opens.
[Version 3.0r1]



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Mstielau commented on 09 Sep 2009
I really like this app. Here's hoping the developer updates it for Snow Leopard.
[Version 1.61]



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Mstielau commented on 08 Sep 2009
I liked this app a lot. But it seems to have stopped working after I installed Snow Leopard. Here's hoping that the developer continues to update this nice application.
[Version 1.2.1]



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Mstielau commented on 21 Oct 2008
I couldn't get it to do anything. The application installs and opens OK, but no window appears, so there's no way to create or work with a project. I'm running 10.5.5. Not sure if that has anything to do with it.
[Version 2.4.2]



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Mstielau commented on 25 Jun 2008
Update went smoothly. Things seem to be working OK.
[Version 11.5]



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Mstielau commented on 25 Jun 2008
Not sure exactly what is fixed or changed, but at least the update went smoothly, and things seem to be generally working OK, so far.
[Version 12.1.1]



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Mstielau commented on 03 Aug 2007
I have had great luck with Parallels. I only use Windows for a limited number of applications, but they all run great, and very fast. Updating Parallels when a new version is released is generally very smooth. My only gripe is with Parallels support. I've had the need to submit a tech support trouble ticket only a couple of times, but the folks at Parallels didn't respond to either one of them. No reply, no help, nothing. I just don't bother anymore.
[Version 3.0.5060]



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Mstielau commented on 31 May 2007
This application works well. Fast browsing of photos! Suggestions: 1) Would like to be able to drop a folder of photos on the icon instead of selecting all the individual photos and dragging/dropping them. 2) I've found that you can turn off the 'not saved' notification after rotating a photo, but it would be nice if JustLooking remembered which photos were rotated, without saving (while still in the same session), in case you want to run through them again.
[Version 2.0]



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Mstielau commented on 31 May 2007
This doesn't appear to work on my 2.66 GHz Mac Pro. Selecting "Safe Sleep Now" causes the machine to go into normal sleep - no difference.
[Version 1.0]



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Mstielau commented on 26 Jan 2007
This is a great little CM because you tell it which applications you want listed, unlike Apple's version which lists pretty much all the apps on your hard drive. Unfortunately, Zingg doesn't work with Intel macs, and I *really* miss it since I upgraded. It would be really great if the developer, or someone else, could adapt this concept to a CM for Intel Macs.
[Version 1.4.1]



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