TSMelo
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TSMelo rated on 30 Nov 2011
[Version 2.1.7]



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TSMelo commented on 16 Mar 2011
With every new version, my interest in Bento is renewed. However, I always end up disappointed with the feature set. Also, the developer should be ashamed of Bento's update cycle.
This feels more like v1.3 than v4.0.
[Version 4.0.1]




TSMelo rated on 11 Jan 2011
[Version 11.1.1]



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TSMelo commented on 21 Oct 2010
It's probably just the Mail plugin.
Check ~/Library/Mail/Bundles and if there's a folder called ODMailBundle.mailbundle, just delete it. That should do it.
[Version 3.8.9]



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TSMelo commented on 27 May 2010
Am I wrong to think that clicking the developer link should link to the developer webpage? That used to be the standard behavior here at MacUpdate.
[Version 1.0]


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TSMelo replied on 27 May 2010
Ah, how bizarre that I've never noticed the "Visit developer website" link.
Thanks
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TSMelo commented on 22 Oct 2009
Not really free, is it?
It's correctly listed as a shareware, but with a $ 0.00 price.
According to the developer's site, the license is 18€.
[Version 1.0.1]



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TSMelo commented on 21 Aug 2009
Not working (at all) in Snow Leopard...
[Version 2.2]



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TSMelo commented on 11 Jun 2009
I own licenses to both DVDpedia and Bookpedia but have never been able to really use the softwares, because the Info Views are so bad. Delicious Library on the other hand is beautiful to look at (it has a truly designed interface) but it doesn't offer all the functionality of the 'pedias.

Oh... How I wish the "Info View" in all these 'pedia apps was not ugly as hell... And yes I tested them all, including every single extra listed in the site... There's not a single one that looks even slightly "designed"... they're just "put together".

How hard is it to hire some real and talented designers to create amazing and professional looking templates to make the apps "look" as good as I know they "are"? What good is it to rely on user contributed templates if (apparently) only amateur and/or bad designers seem to give it a try?


This is just a comment... I will not post it as a review (with stars) because I really believe these apps ARE good and I really hope they LOOK good in a near future... But still, the lack of proportion, alignment and visual hierarchy to the information, in all these view templates is incredibly low quality...
I know taste is a matter of personal opinion, but I truly don't believe ANY good designer can take a look at those templates and not be disgusted.
[Version 4.4.3]



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TSMelo commented on 11 Jun 2009
I own licenses to both DVDpedia and Bookpedia but have never been able to really use the softwares, because the Info Views are so bad. Delicious Library on the other hand is beautiful to look at (it has a truly designed interface) but it doesn't offer all the functionality of the 'pedias.

Oh... How I wish the "Info View" in all these 'pedia apps was not ugly as hell... And yes I tested them all, including every single extra listed in the site... There's not a single one that looks even slightly "designed"... they're just "put together".

How hard is it to hire some real and talented designers to create amazing and professional looking templates to make the apps "look" as good as I know they "are"? What good is it to rely on user contributed templates if (apparently) only amateur and/or bad designers seem to give it a try?


This is just a comment... I will not post it as a review (with stars) because I really believe these apps ARE good and I really hope they LOOK good in a near future... But still, the lack of proportion, alignment and visual hierarchy to the information, in all these view templates is incredibly low quality...
I know taste is a matter of personal opinion, but I truly don't believe ANY good designer can take a look at those templates and not be disgusted.
[Version 4.4.3]



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TSMelo commented on 10 Mar 2009
And by "great but now defunct Video Hub software", I'm guessing you mean VisualHub, right?
LOL
[Version 0.1]


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TSMelo replied on 10 Mar 2009
Agreed!
I came home from work and after reading it again... not that funny... but, too late!
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TSMelo had trouble on 16 Nov 2009
Crashes every time I try it... Since there's (almost) no configuration, I don't believe I'm doing anything wrong.
Any thoughts?
[Version 0.9.3]



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TSMelo had trouble on 28 Oct 2007
I'm a big fan of Transmission... In time, I believe it will be THE client for the Mac...
Anyway, more often that I would like to admit, it loses data... Several gigabytes of data, actually...
If I keep the client running, torrents finish and everything goes fine... However, if I pause the torrents and close the client for a system reboot, for example, when I open it again I notice a significant reduction in the download %.

For example, consider the following torrents:

1. 560Mb (1 file): 92.92% before pausing - 68.02% after reboot...
2. 5.37Gb (over 100 files): 56.60% before pausing - 48.79% after reboot...
3. 3.74Gb (75 files): 27.58% before pausing - 16.60% after reboot...

I'm running the 0.90 version with Mac OS X 10.5 with every update installed... Transmission was also set to IGNORE UNENCRYPTED PEERS...
[Version 0.90]



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