Randall Green
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Ransky reviewed on 26 Jun 2013
Great program. Simplifies bill tracking...once less thing to think about. Nice interface and usability.
[Version 5.1.0]



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ransky reviewed on 17 Apr 2009
I've used SteerMouse for about a year with a Logitech MX revolution wireless mouse. A program I was using didn't behave right with the Logitech drivers and SteerMouse was the fix. SteerMouse is a great program...does what it's supposed to do, in the background, and doesn't conflict with anything else on my system.
[Version 3.9]



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ransky reviewed on 10 Mar 2009
Keeping in mind this is still beta...I've found this program simple, clean, and straight forward. Very quick to enter tasks. I've tried Omni Focus as well, but this is the one I use.
[Version 0.9.3]



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ransky reviewed on 27 Feb 2009
I've purchased both the US English and British English voices...they are top-notch. I've not found any other voices for the Mac that are as good. I use them to proof things I've written (nothing like having someone read your material back to you), as well as (with the GhostReader application) listening to text files read by one of the voices on my iPod. I do tend to find a favorite voice that I'll use 90% of the time, but it's nice to have the others available to add some variety.
[Version 1.3]



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ransky reviewed on 15 Feb 2009
Great app for storing license codes and passwords. Clean, simple, stable.
[Version 1.6]



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ransky reviewed on 18 Dec 2008
Outstanding for novel writing. I've tried many, and Scrivener's simplicity and ease of are great. Handles chapters and scenes well through project folders and documents. Allows me to focus on writing, not software. Highly recommended.
[Version 1.12b1]



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ransky reviewed on 16 Nov 2008
Be careful - I downloaded and installed Onyx on my Macbook and afterwards my hard drive would not mount (computer could not execute startup). When I ran the program, the initialization routines said the hard disk needed repairs, and to use the Leopard install disk disk utility program. The utility program said the drive had an invalid node structure (or something along those lines). Up to this point, my hard drive and computer had been working fine. I do not believe it was coincidence. I was able to recover the drive with a restore from my Time Machine backups, and it's running fine now.
[Version 1.9.9]


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ransky replied on 15 Dec 2008
Hi Kknopp - perhaps it was a combination of running Onyx and then Disk Utility? Either way, I ended up with an inop hard drive. I should probably add I adjusted no settings on the computer...just fired up Onyx, and then ran Disk Utility per the instructions Onyx provided. Disk Utility bailed out with the 'invalid node structure' error. It's been about a month since then and the hard disk has run fine since (after a time machine restore).
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