Propadeutic
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Propadeutic rated on 15 Feb 2012
[Version 3.01.02]



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Propadeutic commented on 22 Dec 2010
Installed fine on both 2008 TC and 2009 Express.
Internet is about 3x faster now.
[Version 7.5.2]



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Propadeutic reviewed on 05 Feb 2007
After reviewing Content Barrier for the trial period my wife and I purchased the program. We have been making excellent use of it. I would highly recommend this program to anyone with children to protect or to adults who need it for themselves to limit their own surfing. (Especially those from xxxchurch.com or in a similar spot.)

Since we purchased this software, the company has provided updates to the program's database of restricted sites in the first week of each month. Today was another update (February 5).

My hope is that the developer increases the number of languages that are filtered.

We use the program on our 867MHz PowerBook in 10.4.8 with no problems whatsoever - oh, and after it initially sets it self up I have noticed no speed hit on web pages loading. A great product!
[Version 10.4.2]



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Propadeutic commented on 27 Aug 2006
My wife and I have been running this program on her G4Powerbook (10.3.9) and my G3iBook (10.4.7) for two days of active surfing and computer use. Not a problem has been discovered. The program works great!

We're really pleased with it. The setup is easy... and intuitive... The ability to set a password separate from the user's login password is imperative - no other program we saw has this.

The blocking is very powerful... much more than Norton - and Norton doesn't even run on 10.4!!! So much is user selectable... as it needs to be.

The 30 day evaluation period is fabulous, too. We're confident that we will be purchasing the program, but we'll give it a few more days to be sure.

This program does what it says... and does it in an OSX way - without any interference to the way that we work. It is helping us be accountable for the way that we surf. Excellent!
[Version 10.4]



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Propadeutic commented on 24 Jan 2005
I don't know what the case is with other reviewers. I bought a Canon scanner and didn't like OmniPage, so I downloaded the demo of ReadIris and it works perfectly. So much easier, more accurate - and it saves straight to PDF, eliminating a few steps in the process.

I'm very impressed and will be purchasing ReadIris.

(The only trick was placing the scanner driver in the Root Application Support folder - it was detected and works perfectly!)
[Version 9.0]



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Propadeutic had trouble on 28 Dec 2011
Seems like it's a good application, but it keeps crashing on me. It seems random and difficult to duplicate each crash. It doesn't happen on its own, but when I click on something. One time it was clicking on an animal's name. The next time I clicked on the same animal's name the operation was fine. Another crash was trying to add a mating. I'd love to use this program, but can't seem to go more than 2-3 minutes without a crash. Any others with the same problem? I don't have my system tricked out. I'm running 10.6.8.
[Version 3.01.02]


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Propadeutic replied on 15 Feb 2012
Indeed, it is far more stable now, and useable. I've just tried recreating my database and had no crashes during the first 2 entries. Previously, I would have had several crashes. It's MUCH better now, thank you so very much!
[OSX 10.6.8, Kintracks 3.01.06 Core 2 Duo 1.83 MHz iMac]
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