Stutemp1
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Stutemp1 reviewed on 09 Jun 2010
Works, but pic is only what is "seen" in the browser window. i.e. doesn't take a pic of what is hidden by the scrollable area of the webpage. This makes it no more useful than doing a quick etc. One still has to do a print to PDF to get the whole webpage. Probably worth the price if you do lots of browser shots.
[Version 0.2]


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Stutemp1 replied on 09 Jun 2010
The previous review should have stated, "...no easier than doing a quick screenshot with shift-cmd-4" etc.
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Stutemp1 commented on 05 Oct 2009
I believe the Windows screenshot was to help emphasize that this is a cross-platform capable app. Very handy and much appreciated, especially in a free "lite" form for home or non-professional, occasional use.
[Version 2.0]



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stutemp1 commented on 17 Aug 2009
Why does this support every audio type EXCEPT mp3? This oversight pretty much makes it useless. Well not useless, but certainly very inconvenient as 99% of the audio files of 99% of the people are probably now in mp3 format and will have to be converted to use just for this one app. At least do like Audacity and make mp3 available if the user can download/install (or find their existing) mp3 system library.
[Version 2.0b]



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stutemp1 commented on 09 Jul 2008
Nice idea, and good that it doesn't eat CPU cycles, but why does it take 15Mb of RAM and 200Mb of virtual memory space just for a little menu app? (according to Activity monitor) For now I'll keep a folder of aliases in the right side of the dock.
[Version 1.6]



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stutemp1 reviewed on 24 Feb 2007
Good program, does what it says, easier than launching Activity Monitor for a quick app kill. Hasn't had any weird effects on my PB G4 or MacBook pro. I really miss the re-nice feature in the old ProcessWizard program which hasn't been updated in almost 5 years and is just PPC. So I'll stick w/ProcessWizard on the G4 and use XProcess1 on the new MacBook which has plenty of CPU for my apps.
[Version 1.1]



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stutemp1 commented on 04 Aug 2006
This is a great little widget... love the design, and usability. We've had a spreadsheet to do the same thing for years, but this is just 'classy':-) Feature requests: how about a category selection? ex. high, med, low price? or casual, business, formal, for those times when you have some parameters that are required. Otherwise it may take several minutes of trying to get an acceptable choice, which defeats the whole purpose of saving time.
[Version 1.0]



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