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Szabesz reviewed on 04 Oct 2008
A HUGE time saver everyone should have it installed on their Mac! Do not forget to check out the site of the developer. Thank you Dev! :)
[Version 1.2]

Szabesz commented on 28 May 2008
"So, it is a development system?"
No, it is not. It is a runtime environment like one Java has, and needs to be installed in order to run applications developed for it.

"There aren't enough development systems in the world?"
Yes, you are right. There aren't enough development systems in the world. Period.

"Why do I want to run on the Adobe servers?"
Obviously you don't want, and you don't have to. Except for de download time of the installed package.

"If I loose internet connection I'm down, instantaneously? Sounds like back to "Save Often or loose it all!" "
In this case, you miss the point. It has nothing to do with continuos internet connection.
[Version 1.0.1]


Szabesz reviewed on 05 Dec 2007
Thank you! This is the way I want to organise my photos! Keep up the good work!
[Version 0.95]


Szabesz reviewed on 16 Oct 2007
New version, wow! I do like it. Thank you for the efforts, this is great a application, an essential tool to examine what is going under the hood.

Feature request: it would be cool to be able to save the data fseventer gathers.

Keep up the good work!
[Version 2.0]


Szabesz reviewed on 07 Mar 2007
It is shame that Apple was unable to create a usable Spotlight interface in Tiger! Apple has created three different interfaces for the same feature: search. I cannot explain the frustration I get using any of Apple's interfaces. Each one is horrible! (BTW: and why three?)

Now enter Spotlaser! It has only one interface, but this one is superior to Apple's one. Spotlaser does not treat me like an idiot, whereas Apple's interfaces do so.

You CAN search with Spotlaser...
[Version 1.3.1]

Szabesz commented on 25 Apr 2006
This IS the fastest, I can tell you. I am on an aging 800MHz iMac, I know what a fast application means. This IS the fastest. I have tested it on complex and very long HTML pages. It renders them much faster, a lot faster than al the others.

And it even CAN pause the Flash plug-in. Other browsers, including Safari, keep running swf files even after hiding them, consuming a lot of processor power. My 800MHz iMac keeps struggling with other browsers. But this is not the case with Opera. I hide Opera, and I get back my processor. It is simple as that. This is the fastest. Thank you for the developers.

(And the e-mail client seems to be promising too. I have just started to evaluate it)
[Version 9.0b1]

Szabesz commented on 01 Mar 2006
Anyone seriously trying to remove all that installed stuff should use Uninstaller instead... AppZapper will obviously fail doing that properly, because of its concept of doing it.
[Version 1.1.3]

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Szabesz replied on 10 Mar 2006
"AppZapper takes a programmatic approach -- potentially imperfect"

I think this is the case, as reported by others. You cannot find installed files without registering them during the install or right after the install process. Of course you can write algorithms to hunt for them, but it cannot be perfect.

Uninstaller is slow of course because on the seer number of files an OS X volume can contain. And taking snapshots is the user's responsibility of course. But this can at least find all the files installed in case it is user properly.
(How are you going to delete with AppZapper the kernel xtension installed by Virtual PC, for example?)

Somebody should combine "fseventer" and "Uninstaller" and Mac users would get a fast solution. I wish I had time to develop that.....

Szabesz reviewed on 28 Feb 2006
Oh man! I think this is the only free application for Mac OS X that can browse ZIP files. This feature alone makes it outstanding. Thank you! Keep up the good work!
[Version 0.8]


Szabesz reviewed on 16 Feb 2006
I think the name "iRepair" is very misleading to say the least. As far as I can see this app is for setting ownership and permissions. That is cool, and I even like it more than BatchMod.

But why "iRepair"? I can easily brake the whole system with it by setting wrong owners and percussions randomly..... That act would certainly have nothing to do with "repair".

Otherwise thank you for making it free.
[Version 1.0.1]


Szabesz reviewed on 15 Feb 2006
It deserves 5 stars just for the effort itself! Thank you! Please keep up the good work and add a "reveal in Finder" feature which is a must I think.

(I cannot really explain how much I hate Apple's Spotlight interface, which is the worst thing they have ever "invented", because it is far from being userfriendly. Why do they suppose that I want to search in "everything"? Why do they suppose that I want to replace my active(!!!) Finder window with a search interface???????? This is so micro$oft like. These are the things why we do hate the interface of windows....)
[Version 0.9]

Szabesz had trouble on 23 Jan 2007
Hi. Could someone tell what I should do to get this thing working? I get the following error message: "... failed to load required plugin 7za-osx-ppc". I find no information about installing this plugin. No help for the program, no web site, nothing.

Ok, this is freeware, so I cannot complain. But why releasing it without any help on usage?
[Version 1.2.2]

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