Shooflyshoo
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Shooflyshoo rated on 30 May 2012
[Version 1.3]




Shooflyshoo rated on 02 May 2012
[Version 5.0.1]




Shooflyshoo rated on 14 Jan 2012
[Version 0.8.35]




Shooflyshoo rated on 26 Jul 2011
[Version 1.1.3]



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Shooflyshoo reviewed on 03 Jun 2011
I can't believe there are no reviews of this yet. So far this has been the best implementation of 'AirPlay' on OS X I have tried (compared to AirPlayer at least-- albeit that one is free).

While the first couple of versions were a bit buggy, the program has since become much more stable and works like a charm. Also, the developer has been very active with pushing out feature-rich updates.

I love using this on my mac mini media server, which is always running plex. Airserver and Plex play nice together, which was really important for me.

I think the dev should definitely put out a demo version so that people can see how great this app is.
[Version 2.1.8]



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Shooflyshoo commented on 22 Feb 2011
Does this work with totalfinder and hyperdock active?
[Version 1.2.0]



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Shooflyshoo reviewed on 20 Dec 2010
Great application. I use it all the time as a droplet for uploading files to my ftp server, it is also great at making quick uploads to imageshack. Definitely give it a shot.
[Version 0.3.3]



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+5

Shooflyshoo reviewed on 12 Dec 2010
This is bar-none the best in it's class on the mac platform (and IMHO just as robust as EAC on the PC) . The developer is constantly updating and adding new great features. He is also fantastic at corresponding to emails about bugs and feature requests.

XLD does a fantastic job at utilizing all the cores on my Octo Mac Pro, which translates into incredibly fast simultaneous conversions of huge files. The program is also very stable and I rarely have any hangs.

I could go on and on about all the fabulous features, but I suggest you give it a shot yourself - you won't be disappointed!

PS - We are so lucky to have this program be free, I think heavy users should definitely consider a donation at some point. :)
[Version 20101212]



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Shooflyshoo commented on 09 Nov 2010
Google chrome extension w00t!!! I know I'm not the only one who was eagerly waiting for this. :)
[Version 3.5.0]



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Shooflyshoo commented on 20 Oct 2010
I bought a license, initially drawn in by the beautiful interface...Sadly, however, I still use the ugly but functional Speed Download. Ultimately Speed Download downloads files much faster when compared with transmit side-by-side.

Suggestions:

1. See the live upload/download speed on the icon in the dock
2. Simultaneous connections to ftp server- I think this is the main reason why speed download performs faster.
3. Ability to drag a folder with multiple contents (i.e. rar files) to download , and have the files within the folder download concurrently (*Speed Download does this, and it is really helpful--you can set the amount of concurrent downloads in the settings)

Until transmit catches up in terms of download speed, I'm sticking with the competition. Still, I'd switch in a heartbeat if the gripes were rectified...

*Perhaps there are some settings I'm missing, so correct me if any of the suggestions above are hidden somewhere*
[Version 4.1.3]



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Shooflyshoo had trouble on 01 Mar 2011
I can't seem to update via the 1.0 version auto-update. I purchased this prior to the app store release. Anyone else having this problem?
[Version 1.1.0]



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+3
Shooflyshoo had trouble on 08 Feb 2010
Does anybody else feel that CopyPaste is slow to catch a "⌘C" when doing a quick keystroke? I find that it misses copies that are usually caught if the program is not running -- this has led me not to use the program anymore. Perhaps there is some setting within the preferences that I am not aware of, that will help change the speed/sensitivity of the keystroke capture?

Thanks
[Version 2.2.3]


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Shooflyshoo replied on 08 Feb 2010
I was referring to Command-C in my previous post --
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