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Popguru commented on 19 Apr 2014
Unfortunately, this software doesn't work with the latest version of iPhoto since it became a 64-bit app, probably starting with version 9.5. Using iPhoto 9.5.1 on Mac OS X 10.9.2, the Picasa option no longer appears in the "Export" dialog, and a corresponding "no matching architecture in universal wrapper" is written to the console. I confirmed via command line that the iPhoto 9.5.1 app is a 64-bit executable, and the plugin (version 1.5.0.1325) has only i386 and ppc architectures.

It's really a shame that Google doesn't support this anymore. :(
[Version 1.5.0.1425]



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Popguru commented on 05 Mar 2013
The information above on MacUpdate for this update is incorrect--it says it installs Java version 1.6.0_41, which is the version installed by the previous update.

The Apple Support page states the version of Java installed by 2013-002 update is 1.6.0_43.
[Version 2013-002]



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Popguru reviewed on 23 Feb 2013
I've been using this on a daily basis for some time, and it works well for me. Thanks to the maintainers for providing this binary distribution Chromium without Google Chrome's background auto-updater.

It would be nice if they could fix the Sparkle-based update feature so it doesn't report that the application crashed after an update.
[Version 25.0.1364.99]



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Popguru reviewed on 30 Jan 2013
RazorSQL has become one of my must-have development tools.

Pros:
* supports nearly every DBMS you throw at it (I've mostly used it with MySQL, SQLite, and SimpleDB)
* powerful features for editing data, generating queries, import and export
* developer is very responsive to bug reports and feature requests

Cons:
* UI takes a little getting used to
* no auto-update or update-checking functionality
* a bit pricy: if you don't work with multiple DBMSes or don't need advanced features, it may not be worth it.
[Version 6.0.3]



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Popguru commented on 15 Dec 2012
MoneyDance 2012.2 is out. It's not immediately clear from their download page, but if you download now, this is the version you'll get. Here's a blog post about the release:

http://infinitekind.com/blog/archives/605/
[Version 2012.1]



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Popguru commented on 18 Jul 2012
Version 1.5.0 is out.
[Version 1.4.4]



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Popguru commented on 08 Jun 2012
I found this very useful, until I realized that Secondbar is still displayed when the screen is locked (as other have commented below). Would be great if this were fixed.

(Tested with SecondBar 1.1 on Lion 10.7.4.)
[Version 1.1]



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Popguru reviewed on 22 Mar 2012
The Unarchiver has been my first choice for expanding nearly every type of archive I encounter. It's simple, supports a ton of formats, and is free and open source.

Unfortunately, 3.0 still doesn't work with password-encrypted .7z files (http://code.google.com/p/theunarchiver/issues/detail?id=137), with which I need to work regularly. I've had to fall back to Keka for these.
[Version 3.0]



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Popguru commented on 12 Jan 2012
Very nice app. It would be great if there were a way to display the Google Maps "Transit" layer in areas where it's available. For example, here's a map of part of New York City with the Transit layer enabled:

http://maps.google.com/?ll=40.748492,-73.974638&spn=0.037649,0.077162&t=m&z=14&vpsrc=6&lci=transit_comp
[Version 2.5.0]



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Popguru commented on 12 Nov 2011
Even though the Finder reports the application name as "SRWare Iron", it's actually called "Chromium.app" on the filesystem by default. You have to rename it if you want to have Chromium and Iron both installed.

The fact that that SRWare didn't bother to change the name of the application bundle made me wonder how different Iron actually is from Chromium. Several sources attest that Iron has little or no significant benefit over Chromium. It simply removes some features which can be turned off manually in Chromium. These are a bit old, but likely still relevant:

http://chromium.hybridsource.org/the-iron-scam
http://neugierig.org/software/chromium/notes/2009/12/iron.html

I think I'll stick with the FreeSMUG Chromium build instead: http://www.macupdate.com/app/mac/36244/chromium
[Version 14.0.850.0]



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