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Shiela Dixon's Posts
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on 23 Dec 2013
Very easy to use and worked perfectly for me. Many thanks.
on 09 Sep 2013
Seriously hypnotic and beautiful - wonderful, thank you!
Mac DVDRipper Pro
on 30 Aug 2013
brilliant! very easy to use and no problems.
on 02 Apr 2013
I love it - does exactly what I wanted. I'd love to pay and get rid of the 'unregistered' watermark, but the developer seems to have disappeared. Anyone have any info on this?
User CSS Safari Extension
on 27 Nov 2012
superb! Downloaded and installed very quicky and did exactly what I wanted very easily (goodbye Facebook 'sponsored' column).
on 07 May 2012
I can't agree with the comment below that it's not worth 5 stars. Making the installation of the w3c validator as easy as this is incredibly useful and would be worth paying for.
I needed a local instance of the validator for use with my own application Scrutiny, and I've found installing the validator using their own instructions to be a complete nightmare.
I've given 5 for features too because it can only offer the same features as the public instance. They were just what I wanted and it offers them in full.
on 18 Feb 2012
This really is excellent stuff, thank you.
The only problems I've had have been getting the wireless camera connected to my router (thanks to terrible mac support from the camera manufacturer). Once that was done, enter Evo Cam and the rest was a breeze. I was able to select my camera from a drop-down list and it just worked. I had several requirements - ftp'ing a named image to my server every minute, storing an image locally every minute so that I can make a timelapse, and storing a daily image for a different timelapse. I've been able to do all this and a lot more. Being able to crop the camera's image and add my website's name along with the timestamp was all a bonus.
Very easy to use without referral to the manual and does far more than I need. Very happy to pay. Thanks again.
on 16 Sep 2011
have decided that it would only be fair to give a licence key (when implemented) to those who have reported problems. If you find anything, don't forget to tell me the site that you're testing and your version of OSX
on 05 Oct 2011
I did wrote this during the Beta period in order to encourage bug reports and have sent keys to those who got in touch. I didn't intend it to apply after the Beta period and I can't seem to delete the comment now. Bug reports are still very welcome, but I can't now send a key in exchange.
on 05 Aug 2011
I'm grateful to Lion users who have written to me about problems. I hope to have a Lion-compatable version tested and released in a few days.
on 07 Aug 2011
I've spotted an error in my build settings which would explain the problem on 10.5. I'm looking at it now but in the mean time, you can obtain the previous version (non-10.7 but good on 10.5 and 10.6) at http://peacockmedia.co.uk/integrity/integrity36.dmg
on 23 Mar 2011
Wow - fantastic. Very easy to use, and found the deleted files I needed. Unfortunately the free version only scans and you need to buy the pro version to recover your files. But it proved that it could do the job and I was very happy to pay.
on 24 Mar 2011
Unfortunately it wasn't, and it had been a long time since I backed up, but I'm happy to report that it recovered all of the files I needed and was very easy to use. As a developer I know what goes into these things. I'm very grateful and happy to have paid.
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