Potatoes
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Posts: 5
Smile Score: +3
About Me
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Gender: Male
I'm interested in and using apps to get my work done faster and better. I love well-designed apps like 1Password, Transmit, BusyCal, and OmniGraffle. Some of the utility apps I use are Default Folder X, Caffeine, HoudahSpot, KeyCue, Keyboard Maestro, LaunchBar, and TextExpander. Some lesser-known older utility apps I like include Backdrop and LoversClock.

This was last updated March 2013.

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Potatoes reviewed on 20 Jun 2012
Absolutely love this app! Very quick and reliable way of learning and eventually memorizing shortcuts. It gives a very readable list of all kinds of shortcuts related to an app, including the app's own shortcuts, various Services, Keyboard Maestro shortcuts, global shortcuts, and system shortcuts. The lists are updated dynamically -- you change a shortcut, and KeyCue's list of shortcut is updated instantaneously. Great stuff! I use KeyCue too when defining new shortcuts and want to pick good rules for new shortcuts. A true timesaver.

There are some cheaper alternatives with static and very incomplete information, which is more misleading than helpful. If you are serious about flying over the keyboard, get this great beautiful all-rounded app.
[Version 6.1]



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Potatoes reviewed on 17 Jun 2012
TotalFinder is a replacement of the Finder with added features. Once one gets used to having those features, it is really hard to give those features up again. Using a mac without TotalFinder is painful after having used TotalFinder. I have been using TotalFinder since 2009 and bought version 1.0 the day it became available. Like BusyCal is what Calendar should have been, TotalFinder is what Finder should have been. I have been a very happy user of TotalFinder for 3 years and it's one of the first thing I install on any mac.
[Version 1.3.4]




Potatoes rated on 30 Sep 2011
[Version 2.2.6]



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Potatoes reviewed on 11 Apr 2011
I have all three apps from Indev.ca: Mail ActOn, MailTags, and Mail Perspective. They are all so well thought through and just work! You can buy their apps individually or in bundles. Mail ActOn allows to define both Inbox and Outbox action rules. You can for instance file outgoing emails by rules and send actions to OmniFocus. The developer is so responsive and helpful.
[Version 2.1.10]



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Potatoes reviewed on 29 Sep 2010
TotalFinder is a replacement of the Finder with added features. Once one gets used to having those features, it is really hard to give those features up again. Using a mac without TotalFinder is painful after having used TotalFinder. I have been using TotalFinder for 6 months now, and bought version 1.0 the day it became available. It makes using a GUI Finder fun, faster, and more flexible. Like BusyCal is what Calendar should have been, TotalFinder is what Finder should have been. This is one of my best investments for the mac. The licensing terms are very reasonable: you can choose between installing on multiple computers, or install for multiple users on a single computer, and you can buy 3 license at the cost of approximately 2 licenses.

Browsing through the comments here, most of the comments here praise the software for its features, its value, and its usability. The negative comments are mostly on a so-so bug-reporting system, a bit aggressive push towards buying if someone is trying out the software, someone not receiving a license number, some bugs still present, and the sort. Minor items that can be annoyances but really shouldn't withhold anyone from benefiting from this software. Take it for a spin, ignore the buy-now reminders, and enjoy Finder the way it should have been. I do.
[Version 1.0]



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