Joe Schneider
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revision29 commented on 16 Apr 2009
I really like the look of these folders. They certainly remind me of the fact that I am excited about the new movie.

That said, it would be even better if you could make a complete system theme from these. It is not like I have four folders dedicated to Star Trek stuff that these would work for.
[Version 1.0]



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revision29 reviewed on 22 Apr 2008
This app has a small foot print and performs pretty quick. The new toolbar icons make it even nicer.
[Version 3.5]



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revision29 commented on 31 Mar 2008
Though this is awesome for iPods, I have a suggestion. Please expand the application to do the same for iTunes libraries. I have two iTunes libraries with duplicate songs and would like such an easy solution for combining those libraries.
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revision29 commented on 15 Mar 2008
I like the fact that this plug-in does not require an additional framework to run as GrowlMail does. It does not seem to be a resource hog and plays nice with Mail.

On the downside, I would like to be able to make my own animation as the ones included are not the best looking. It would also be nice if the message would say how many new messages were received and or if it is a single message to indicate sender and subject. Developer's website indicates that one can make custom animations, but I can't since my computer will not run quartz composer. This is why more options which affect the animation would be nice.

Keep up the good work.
[Version 1.0]



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revision29 commented on 10 Feb 2008
I would love to be able to run this program on my PPC mac. Any possibility that this dream can come true?
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revision29 commented on 19 Sep 2006
This is really cool. I have wondered what would happen if I were updating my firmware while running on battery power and all of a sudden it went to sleep because I ignored the battery getting low warning. The answer is probably that the computer would never again boot or wake up. The neat and functional part about this is if something goes wrong during the firmware update process one could pop in a cd and fix the problem. No toting the computer to the apple store and having it shipped off for several weeks to fix it.
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