PAOK
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PAOK rated on 09 May 2013
[Version 1.00]




PAOK rated on 23 Mar 2011
[Version 4.06]




PAOK rated on 28 Dec 2010
[Version 4.00]



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PAOK reviewed on 25 Jan 2009
Thanks for this brilliant application!
You can also state that is 20$ CAD.
[Version 3.0.2]



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PAOK commented on 14 Jul 2008
Perfection....!
Thankssss!!!
[Version 1.2]



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PAOK reviewed on 14 Jul 2008
Thanks for this amazing tool!
[Version 1.7b4]



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PAOK reviewed on 24 Jun 2008
Far away best application for iDisk...
There are few issues but the droplet function just made my day...!

Thanks for this awesome application...
[Version 1.5.2]



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PAOK commented on 06 Jun 2008
Awesome application!
Thanks!!!
[Version 1.1.1]



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Pjamelo (developer) commented on 27 May 2008
Any Bugs?

With software update you can easily inform me to fix it and get the update as soon as possible!!!

Thanks to sparkle framework that came from your ideas.

Thanks again
[Version 2.2]



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Pjamelo (developer) commented on 27 May 2008
Better compression is HFS with UDZO with the slider to the right...! Not UDBZ
[Version 2.1]


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Pjamelo (developer) replied on 30 May 2008
Hello i think the above explanation is good.

HFS+ is not case sensitive
HFSX is an extension to HFS+
HFS+J volume is journal
UFS is case sensitive

HFS+ supports both creation and modification
UFS supports modification dates but not creation dates.
HFSX allows volumes to have case-sensitive file and directory names.

HFS+J volume is the default file system for macs. The journal makes it quick and easy to restore the volume structures to a consistent state, without having to scan all of the structures.

HFS+J will keep the parent folder.
The other filesystems will get only the contents.

HFS+J is taking longer than the other filesystems.

let me know if you looking something else...
I'll add it to the next update
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