Roman Valenta
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Roman Valenta reviewed on 25 Jun 2011
Dear developer, thank you for creating a very nice tool, that I can use to play around with HTML, CSS and another files around website coding. I love the simplicity, all the features are easy to access. Only thing I'd change are the purple icons inside the interface. I'd switch it to something more Mac like - it's 8 icons if I'm not mistaken. The main app icon is awesome though. Otherwise when Lion comes out, it will need some stability improvements (on DP4 it's quite unstable).
[Version 0.99]

Roman Valenta rated on 25 Dec 2010
[Version 1.0 Draft 7]


Roman Valenta reviewed on 21 Dec 2010
It's getting better with every update, it's more stable, faster, but i just don't get the idea of implementing ads when everybody switches it off anyway - it is a waste of time.
[Version 1.0beta7]


Roman Valenta reviewed on 06 Dec 2010
Still the best, but deserves UI redesign - new icons etc (but without layout changes).
[Version 9.6.1]


Roman Valenta reviewed on 02 Dec 2010
Firefox used to be a great application. But 4.0 development takes almost as long as Textmate 2, which is developed by 2 guys. People are waiting for the new version to come and it is still delayed again and again. What the hell on earth are they doing with it. It's mystery:-D
[Version 4.0b7]


Roman Valenta reviewed on 02 Dec 2010
It's bloated. It's slow. It's crashy - no matter if it is beta or stable, but at least it crashes not very often. Now it is also Intel only - which i don't mind, as I'm on new iMac. And unfortunately everebody uses it for audio/video chat. It's a pitty there is no such a good jabber client for Windows as iChat. Also WLM protocol is better than Skype.


Roman Valenta reviewed on 01 Dec 2010
In the new 10.2 beta Adobe didn't bother with the 64bit version again. It just vanished. Almost all of today's browsers on either MAC or Windows have 64bit version already. Not only that their developers are extremely lazy, they are also incompetent:-D I'm not 64bit obsessed like some others, but there should really be possibility of having Safari or IE in 64bit mode with FLASH.
[Version 10.2 d151]

Roman Valenta commented on 18 Nov 2010
Flash 10.1 content still overlaps everything else in 5.0.3 - at least for me.
[Version 5.0.3]

Roman Valenta commented on 23 Oct 2010
Scrolling over some flash content still doesn't work. It lasts since 10.1 and Adobe developers say it is a feature. When they fixed the speed and crashing, they just had to do something wrong again.

Roman Valenta commented on 16 Sep 2010
Well, the new preview version is bit more stable than before - but still CPU usage is extremely high. Adobe should have done 64bit build in 2006/07 already...

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