Alex Cherchukov
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SilverDemon reviewed on 27 May 2009
If you are too lazy to write proper test code to a file and you're really getting tired of writing stuff like php -r "echo foo($bar);" in bash just to test something simple out, this is a perfect solution.

With an ability to select the path to you php cli binary (i have mine built from MacPorts), this is truly invaluable. Of course, it won't directly help you debug stuff remotely on your server, but it does exactly what it says it does.
And to me, that saves a bit of a hassle sometimes.

Great work.
[Version 1.5]


SilverDemon reviewed on 25 Feb 2009
Thank you thank you!
If the UI in 10.6 will be anything like this safari, I'll be happy!

I love the new Web Inspector.
[Version 4.0b1]


SilverDemon reviewed on 13 Sep 2008
I've been looking for a program like this to can play certain swf files like games, etc.
This is a very useful application, but it lacks one feature. Rather, it does have this feature but it works in a weird way: the volume slider doesn't change the output of the program, but rather the main system volume. Which, in most cases, probably doesn't matter, but in my case I really needed it to work in another way.

SilverDemon commented on 30 Aug 2008
I have a MacBook Pro, and it still says architecture is not supported. Wonder what magic machine this was compiled and tested(?) under. :)
[Version 2.2.2]

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SilverDemon replied on 30 Aug 2008
Er, failed to read other comments more closely. Tested on G5 and it seems to work. But why state PPC/Intel then?

SilverDemon reviewed on 30 Oct 2007
Wow. This is almost perfect. After playing with its settings for an hour, I reset to defaults and left only Symmetry and lowered the speed all the way down.
Simply beautiful.

At these settings, it almost seems like there's something missing, but I found that higher wire values make the whole scenery lose its dynamic beauty.

Maybe an option to start 'reproducing' some mini-wires around the corners or maybe some sparse background elements that flicker in and out....

Beautiful in every way otherwise.
[Version 1.1]


SilverDemon reviewed on 21 Jun 2004
heh. 62,000, triangles while still being just above 30 fps

g5 dual 2ghz, radeon 9800 pro retail
[Version 1.02]

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