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Scottnyc113 commented on 29 Mar 2012
Im a little unclear about something, From what I understand the latest flash player update adds a pref pane to your system preferences, is there a way to access your flash player install locally and have it check itself for updates? Also is there a way to see what version I have installed currently without having to click on a flash window in the browser? where does the installation live on the hard drive prior to 10.3 (pre-pref pane)?

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Scottnyc113 replied on 29 Mar 2012
I forgot to clarify at the time that I was using version 10.2. So I meant where does that versions installation live. That version was prior to adobe using the preference pane for managing the application. Ive located 3 different adobe flash player apps in my Adobe Flash Pro CS5.5 folder. Im guessing thats them

Scottnyc113 reviewed on 26 Mar 2012
I started using CleanApp because of all the reviews and comparisons Ive read, this was the one with the smallest margin of error when searching for an apps associated files. CleanApp has a logging feature which also records everything an application manipulates and installs to be more accurate when uninstalling the application. You also have the ability to share your Logging data to help other users, as well as utilizing their information for your own uninstalls. Im sure this helps with the accuracy of undoing any changes an application makes. When enabled you can see what other files and folders users deleted when uninstalling that particular app. With CleanApp you can also search and delete Cache and Preference files, search duplicates, remove language packages, and view an interactive map of the data on your hard drive, similar to the way DaisyDisk presents it. As far as uninstallers I can't imagine another being more accurate or feature packed. However if your willing to sacrifice features and accuracy for a more lightweight approach you might prefer an alternative.
[Version 3.4.10]

Scottnyc113 commented on 29 Feb 2012
Im glad to see this company developing for the mac now, first with Camtasia and then with this. There going to do well with snagit in my opinion since theres no competition in this space. Skitch is the only real competitor and its good for a free app but anyone who's serious or using it for professional purposes is going to purchase this. Maybe with sketch being acquired by Evernote something will happen, but it looks pretty standstill to me, and theres already version 2 here
[Version 2.0.0]

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