Prince_Isaac
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Prince_Isaac commented on 01 Mar 2014
To the Dev: Your build/version number (5.0.0.3.371) is almost as long as the periodic table itself! How about subscribing to the popular convention of simplifying the version number? Such as 5.0.71? :-)
[Version 5.0.0.3.371]


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Prince_Isaac replied on 01 Mar 2014
@synergy...Thanks for the reply and explanation. MU does some pretty strange things to individual listings but that's to be expected when dealing with tons of uploads, downloads, etc.

Wishing you success!
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Prince_Isaac commented on 21 Feb 2014
I really can't believe that supposed tech-savvy folks who deny all the built-in spyware that any Google app contains still insist that Chrome is the best browser around. Oh yes, it has all those attractive bells and whistles that techsters all love but underneath all the sugar coating lies a cruel and evil technology that captures god (and Gummibear Page) knows what from unsuspecting users, then sells all that data to clients who then target you. This whole business of Google is nothing more than the NSA on steroids.

But it seems that nobody gives a crap about all that because, well, it's free and has all those great goodies.
[Version 33.0.1750.117]



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Prince_Isaac commented on 20 Feb 2014
Looks like this app and dev is out of business. Links above go to a "godaddy" page selling the domain name.
[Version 1.0]



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Prince_Isaac reviewed on 11 Feb 2014
I've been using this for quite a while and I'm always impressed with its ease of use, speed, and the excellent support provided by Leo, the developer. I need to upload a series of files for customers to several remote accounts during the week and the hot-folder method is the way to go IMHO. Getting an email with URL links to the files makes the job of notifying my clients easy-peasy.
[Version 2.4]




Prince_Isaac rated on 10 Feb 2014
[Version 1.2]



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Prince_Isaac commented on 05 Feb 2014
So once you've popped nearly $2k, you're "in" Nuendo.
[Version 6.0.7.2277]



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Prince_Isaac commented on 05 Feb 2014
Note to the dev: Macs do not need or use "wizards," which are dark ages things created by Microsoft for their equally ancient Windows. Macs do not rely on supernatural magic but rather have the more realistic "assistants" helping us.

:-) :-) :-)
[Version 1.0.4]



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Prince_Isaac commented on 28 Jan 2014
This is sort of interesting - this app looks like a copy of FlipPDF (also here on MU), though a copy with fewer options. The interface is almost exactly the same, including the animated arrows pointing to the lower and upper corners to indicate that 's how you flip a page.

What's even more interesting is that after installing this app I was able to import the "settings.txt" file created by FlipPDF directly into this app and all my font, color, and some other features that were enabled suddenly showed up in this app's setting pane. Wow!

At the moment I can't lodge a complaint or review of this app but the copy looks a bit suspicious. I can't recommend one over the other. YMMV.
[Version 1.0.2]



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Prince_Isaac commented on 26 Jan 2014
@ Macfoto and Vector:

I'm really upset with those who troll MU and unforgivably and unreasonably downvote comments. I'm negating that by giving you both upvotes.

Trolls hiding behind anonymity. Sheesh.
[Version 3.0.6]



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Prince_Isaac commented on 23 Jan 2014
Holy Cow! If I were managing a shop with more than 20 employees this app would be a godsend. At one place I worked there were a few individuals who would print 300+ page (single-sided in those days) tomes that not only would tie up the printer, but would also waste a lot of paper as those print jobs were mostly copies of PDFs or other online works.

I know that we all need bound technical manuals but if they're popular and useful then management should be buying single copies for a departmental library rather than people printing whole volumes for themselves.
[Version 14.0]



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