The Graphic Mac
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The Graphic Mac reviewed on 07 Sep 2009
Are you serious with that icon??? First, you're committing a federal crime by posting it here because you've stolen Apple's copyrighted work. Second, your weak attempt at "altering" it borders on stupid, if not lazy, at best.

I don't know if the script works or not, but I'll never find out because I hate to encourage criminals.
[Version 1.0]

The Graphic Mac commented on 29 May 2009
Version 1.2.1 update is a minor bug-fix update, fixing the URL Preview bug, and text-selection issue.
[Version 1.2.1]

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The Graphic Mac replied on 23 Jun 2009
I get the recent changes list directly from their Web site/Blog. Don't know why they don't show up in the MacUpdate listing
The Graphic Mac commented on 11 May 2009
Love this app! The only problem with it is that I use the "hide dock icon" feature in the preferences - but if you do that, you have no way to access the preferences unless you quit the app with Activity Monitor and throw away the .plist file in your preferences folder.

There really needs to be a way to "access" the application preferences when you have the dock icon hidden - perhaps by right-clicking on the month on the desktop.
[Version 0.4]


The Graphic Mac reviewed on 20 Apr 2009
Nice try. It's long on form, short on function.
[Version 1.0]

The Graphic Mac commented on 16 Apr 2009
While I truly like this product, I'm put off by the fact that I can't download the Bootable DVD update without the $5 charge. I understand that bandwidth costs money, but that should be taken into account in the cost of the software. The update is useless without a bootable DVD because most of the useful features of the app require you to boot off the DVD or an external drive. I hate to have to install Leopard on an external drive simply to run this utility.

Other than that, it's a great product.
[Version 2.1.1]

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The Graphic Mac replied on 17 Apr 2009
Bittorrent? I dunno, just tossing out ideas. I suppose that would be difficult to control who gets the file though.

The Graphic Mac reviewed on 16 Apr 2009
I wasn't optimistic about this app - It seems like every other app that does this fails (at least for me) to find 90% of the lyrics for my songs.

But I was pleasantly surprised to see that iClip Lyrics found the lyrics to virtually every song I tried it with - including live versions of songs where I had customized the name of the song by adding (Live) to the name.

The fact that it took only a second or two for each song to have the lyrics pasted in (automatically) means that you can quickly got through a lot of songs by hitting the Next button in iTunes if you wish.

I for one am VERY thankful that this was a true application, and NOT a Dashboard Widget - which I hate. No need for album art, iTunes already does that natively.
[Version 1.3.3]


The Graphic Mac reviewed on 24 Feb 2009
Works perfectly for me. Speedy, and nice GUI enhancements.

You MUST make sure to remove any and all Safari InputManagers from your Library folder for it to work. This includes, Inquisitor, Stand, SafariBlock, Safari140, Cooliris, Glims, etc.

You can leave 1Password in there, but as someone stated earlier, it won't work until they update it.
[Version 4.0b1]

The Graphic Mac commented on 15 Jan 2009
TaskMagic has been removed from the developer site. I suspect this might be because there is already an app out there called Task Magic, or maybe just because his app was too simple an app in such a crowded market - especially considering that it appears from the screenshot to do no more than Anxiety, only not free and with a much larger and needlessly complicated interface.
[Version 1.0]


The Graphic Mac reviewed on 14 Nov 2008
This is a fantastic idea for an app. I could do without the RSS feeds - I prefer a dedicated reader or GoogleReader which offers way more features.

Twitter support is excellent, save for the fact that you have to re-enter your password every time.

Facebook support could be better. But this app has a bright future.
[Version 1.0r546]


The Graphic Mac reviewed on 10 Dec 2007
The app doesn't say that it restores the functionality of Tiger's Dock, it simply restores the "appearance" of Tiger's Dock.

This app does everything it claims to do, and it does it with a simple 2-button interface.
[Version 1.1]

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