Stefano Cecere
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Stefano Cecere reviewed on 18 Feb 2014
i just migrated form my old Bias Peak license to DSP-Quattro (they have a very nice crossgrade price)
[Version 6.2.0]


Stefano Cecere reviewed on 18 Feb 2014
sine soundtrack pro is not more a good editor on Mavericks.. needing a good audio editor (with some advanced features like "export regions"), DSP-Quattro seemed a good choice.. and i confirm it (i just bought it after several weeks of trial)

PS: (i tried them all, but not SoundForge or Adobe Audition.. too big and expensive)

and, last but not least, it's coded by a very good italian developer with many years of experience in audio technology
[Version 4.2.4]


Stefano Cecere reviewed on 12 Dec 2013
Chromium is alive again!

thank you! the "verify browser code signature" option is really a gift for all Chromium lovers.. (anyway i rediscovered Firefox that has become my new default browser for now :)

the other issue i sent to your support was the possibility to search within secondary websites.. and here it is!

and it works better also with IDNA domains!

so.. 5 stars!
[Version 4.1.1]


Stefano Cecere reviewed on 16 Jul 2012
i just logged in MacUpdate to write this review of Sublime Text.. because it really deserves!!

two words: bye bye BBEdit (after 10 years) and TextMate (1 and 2)

SublimeText is really polished. does a lot (and what it doesn't.. there are plugins).. more than ever: it's crossplatform!
the day i'll quit OS X for Ubuntu.. my preferred text/code editor will be there!

ps: the multiple visions for the same doc and the fullscreen / distraction free mode are really really nice

ps2: i wrote this after 30 days of full time coding (JS, C#, HTML, XML, PHP)

ps3: the price is right

thank you, Jon
[Version 2.0.1]


Stefano Cecere reviewed on 26 Apr 2012
totalFinder should be integrated in Apple's Fidner: i can't live anymore without the switch to show hidden dies, and the hotkey to slide out a multi tabbed Finder window!

BinaryAge is a really nice and smart little company.. deserves the few bucks for this utility (and check all the other FREE utilities it gives aside TotalFinder)
[Version 1.3.3]


Stefano Cecere reviewed on 15 Apr 2012
i always try competitors.. but keep going back to use BBedit for my daily text work.
[Version 10.1.1]


Stefano Cecere reviewed on 22 Feb 2012
(using BBEdit since 10 year)

i'm staying with v 9.6
this v10 puts all the opened files in a small and fixed box on the bottom left.

have you ever been working with more than 10 files open?

at least leave an option to detach this list

..i guess too many developer are using Skype , in these months.. and their good and usable UI star going backwards :)
[Version 10.1.1]

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Stefano Cecere replied on 15 Apr 2012
just wanted to correct my old review: i upgraded to v10.1
i still don't like try much the fixed small open documents mini list.. but all the other features (new and old) make BBEdit a good daily companion for a lot of activities.

thank you BBEdit, and happy birthday

Stefano Cecere reviewed on 13 Feb 2012
i'm sorry.. this 2.0 made me search for serious alternatives (at the end i jumped into Moneydance)

2.0 has no usable reports. slow UI (on a high end Mac) with my 10 years data. very difficult management of budgeting (maybe it's more powerful than others.. but i can't find my way.. ah.. i've been using 1.7 for 2 years)

i'll keep an eye on this app.. but i guess Moneydance or Money suit better for me
[Version 2.0.1]


Stefano Cecere reviewed on 13 Feb 2012
in last 8 years i've been using quite all money management OXS apps.. my latest was Moneywell 1.7... but was lacking reports.. the new 2.0 is a terrible step backward, so i've been looking for serious alternative.. i spent 15 days using quite all the usable (trial / demo) apps around.. and only Money (Jumsoft) and Moneydance arrived to the last round...
at the end i decided for Moneydance (better reports, much faster, more reliable).. i'll keep an eye on Money's next updates.. but if Moneydance keeps developing well, it could be a good companion for next years
[Version 2011]


Stefano Cecere reviewed on 13 Sep 2011
somebody should say that this product has been discontinued!

all Plasq efforts are going into Comic Life 2.0 (i just crossgraded from Magic to 2.0) and iOS versions!

and i'm very happy with 2.0 since Magic was really too slow and all advanced editing stuff wasn't really usable
[Version 1.1]

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