Ted Lee
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Osxfactor commented on 23 Nov 2010
Thunderbird (as of 3.3) has made huge strides since I last used it (v 3.0). The app feels much more Mac like now, and they've made amazing improvements in adding accounts, which is superior now to the Apple Mail client. Great job Mozilla team, keep it up.
[Version 3.3a1]



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Osxfactor commented on 25 Apr 2010
Crashes upon startup on my 2008 Macbook Pro 2.4ghz.
[Version 1.0]



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Osxfactor commented on 03 Feb 2010
And 1.1.1 appears, and still no access to the color picker. Really?
[Version 1.1.1]



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Osxfactor commented on 14 Dec 2009
1.1 is a welcome update, but come on - it still doesn't have a color picker? Are you serious? How am I supposed to pick my colors? Provide access to the standard Apple Color Picker, include the free and distributable Hex Color Picker, and you're done. Probably no more than 10 lines of code.

I'd love to use this app more than I do, but having to tab over to another app just to get a hex color code is ridiculous when I have Coda and Textmate at the ready.
[Version 1.1]



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Osxfactor reviewed on 23 Nov 2009
Very fast and minimalist Webkit based browser. There's lots to love here - the inline search from the URL bar, the top tab layout, the superfast rendering and javascript speeds, and the "each tab is its own process" thing, which helps greatly with stability (if one tab bombs, the entire app shouldn't bomb). And the colorized source view with line numbers is a developers dream (why doesn't Safari have this? Come on Apple, get with the program!)

It's a development preview, so it's not perfect. Extension support (while planned), isn't implemented yet. Chrome uses a slightly older version of Webkit, so don't expect it to render exactly like Safari 4 does. The WebKit Inspector, isn't nearly as robust as Safari's (or Webkit Nightly builds, for that matter).

Overall, though, an excellent browser if you like fast and light.
[Version 4.0.249.4]



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OSXFactor commented on 10 Sep 2009
Still no color picker. Bummer.
[Version 1.0.7]



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OSXFactor commented on 27 Aug 2009
So, even at version 1.06, Espresso has no way to select a color. The color picker is no where to be found. If guess they want you to use CSSEdit.

This app has a lot of promise, but stuff like the issue above, and the inability to setup an address for previewing of live server side files like PHP & RoR, make this app hard to live with for server side web development.
[Version 1.0.6]



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OSXFactor commented on 11 Aug 2009
The best just got better. Wow. Really impressed with how far this has come from the CocoaMySql fork. Great job guys.
[Version 0.9.6]



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OSXFactor reviewed on 24 Sep 2008
NatsuLion has become my Twitter client of choice. It's on par with Twitterriffic in features, and doesn't have the annoying HUD interface. Plus, the price is right and no ads.
[Version 1.8]



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OSXFactor reviewed on 23 Apr 2007
Panic hit it out of the park. They saw a void on the Mac for a great, "all in one" web development IDE, and they built it. This has to be the best 1.0 product I think I've had the pleasure of using. I'm still hoping for Subversion integration, and they could definitely add some more features to the text editor (HTML tidy is sorely needed). But even with those subtractions, it is still the best out there. Top notch.
[Version 1.0]



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