Richard Ogilvy
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Richo reviewed on 28 Feb 2005
I've noticed every piece of software which gets developed with care goes through a phase where it gets hammered by some, but they survive because they do get developed with care, as with this one.

It's had its glitches and still has occasionally (haven't all programs?) But in layout, intended operation and overall stability it more than justifies the cost to those looking to write creatively. So never mind the bitches, if this is what you need you won't find better in this bracket. The new fullscreen mode is a big plus too.
[Version 2.2.1]



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Richo commented on 23 Feb 2005
Nice start and nearly very useful, but the content feature has glitches. Try replacing 'Pop' in '"Pop?"' or even 'Pop.' with another word and it gets into trouble with the punctuation.
[Version 2.2]



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Richo reviewed on 05 Feb 2005
Some guys just seem to be able to write software so elegant it's not only useful but a pleasure to use. Quicksilver's one example - looks like iSnip's another. Sheer class.
[Version 1.2.1]



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Richo commented on 05 Feb 2005
Overly polite comment to the developer: keep it with your $30 charge for your windows users. The Mac's got better options.
[Version 1.0.1]



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Richo commented on 19 Jan 2005
This version buggy. It wouldn't accept pref changes or city changes and now won't even launch omm.
[Version 1.4.1]



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Richo commented on 12 Jan 2005
Stunning freeware, and a smart move by Barebones. I'd given up on BBEdit since v 6.5 and now find myself looking through Textwrangler at upgrading for the extras in v 8.
[Version 2.0]



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Richo commented on 07 Jan 2005
With Macjournal going commercial at a slightly higher price I would have thought the developer would take advantage, but Dossier doesn't seem to import text, not even the plain variety. Pity, the blog style calendar looks nice.
[Version 1.2.2]



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Richo commented on 09 Dec 2004
Appears to need better import - I exported a text database from Steel and this program didn't read that, never mind the original database, so I couldn't easily check it's functionality.
[Version 2.0]



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