Parker Bennett
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Parkerbennett reviewed on 07 Dec 2013
One thing Acorn has over many other graphics programs is screen color accuracy. If you specify a color in Photoshop then use a tool like xScope to sample the color off the screen it's not exact. Same goes for Pixelmator, Sketch, GraphicConverter. Acorn gets it right.
[Version 4.2]

Parkerbennett rated on 18 Apr 2013
[Version 3.8.9]

Parkerbennett commented on 25 Oct 2012
Still trying to wrap my head around this. Why doesn't Apple use this if it's built in?

Trying to think of potential drawbacks -- for example, you should probably exclude Dropbox or other shared folders if you're sharing with anyone pre-Snow Leopard or, I'm assuming, Windows users...
[Version 1.6.3]

Parkerbennett commented on 25 Oct 2012
Love the app. The most thorough of the uninstallers, and the CleanCommunity is very useful.

Hate the new purple logo.
[Version 4.0.0 Beta 1]


Parkerbennett reviewed on 23 Oct 2012
Bartender is a new must-have. I'm suddenly able to use the menubar functionality of apps for which I had turned it off, like TextSoap, Moom, Hazel, I even enabled the Keyboard Character Viewer. It makes iStat Menus more useful, as well. All are tucked neatly out of sight until I need them. Seems very stable, too.
[Version 1.0]


Parkerbennett reviewed on 09 Oct 2012
... And still hanging on launch in Mountain Lion. Probably tIme to take off the bold red "What's Hot" treatment, MacUpdate...
[Version 3.8.15]

Parkerbennett commented on 10 Aug 2012
Anyone have anything to say about more recent versions of this?
[Version 7.0.0]


Parkerbennett reviewed on 18 Apr 2012
I'm always baffled why MacUpdate doesn't give this essential utility the bold red featured treatment. First thing I always install on any new Mac.
[Version 5.2]


Parkerbennett reviewed on 06 Feb 2012
Well, the description says free, and the comments say free, but it's listed as $4.99 in the App store... Alas, another 64-bit app I can't use on my early Intel PowerBook Pro.
[Version 1.0.3]


Parkerbennett reviewed on 17 Jan 2012
Unfortunately, like so many other apps now, this requires a 64-bit processor (so does Quick Sprites). I'll have to wait... unless the developer feels like supporting a 32-bit version.
[Version 1.1.2]

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