Rodrigo Girão
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Stormwatch reviewed on 21 Jan 2008
Excellent. Recognized my "generic cheapo gamepad" flawlessly, and it's easier to configure than other similar apps.
[Version 10.4.8]

Stormwatch commented on 04 Sep 2007
Pretty good program! But, by coincidence, the default hotkeys for "previous song" and "next song" are the same as Camino's "back" and "next". So the user will have to configure them to something else.

By the way, how do I prevent the program's window from popping up after every song?
[Version 3.7.5]

Stormwatch commented on 11 May 2007
mFurc is a pretty good port of "Furcadia". It lacks some important features (mainly, character creation, so you must have created one with the Windows client first). But since it was done without access to the source, it's still quite a feat. Kudos to the developer.

The only thing that annoys me is that support for G3 was recently removed. Why? How come my old iMac can run "Quake III" just fine, but not something much older and simpler?
[Version 2.04]

Stormwatch tipped on 29 Jun 2006
Inkscape did not run when I put it in another folder in the Applications folder; it'd just make X11 run, then close itself. But it worked fine when I put it right in the Applications folder.

(are all X11-dependent apps like that?)
[Version 0.44]

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Stormwatch commented on 30 Jun 2006
CORRECTION: Found that this is a known bug:


There is a bug currently that Inkscape will not work from within a folder containing any of the following characters: pipe |, forward slash /, backslash , ampersand &, pound #, or double quote ". Any other printable characters should be fine.


That's the problem I had, Inkscape was in a folder that had "&" in the name. Changed that, works fine now.
Stormwatch commented on 12 Dec 2005
No good... bounces on the dock and vanishes.
[Version 0.1.8]

Stormwatch commented on 07 Dec 2005
Correct me if I'm mistaken, but it seems to lack a way to duplicate a disc. This is an essential feature for a CD burning app! Hint - it'd be even better if it could copy multi-session discs (which Toast *still* does not).

On the other hand, the custom icon feature is great!
[Version 1.0b2]

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