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Thunder82 rated on 19 Sep 2012
[Version 14.2.4]



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Thunder82 reviewed on 19 Sep 2012
Office 2011 for Mac is still a bloated piece of garbage, but the 14.2.4 update did make a noticeable visual difference on my retina Macbook. Text is far more crisp and the ribbon no longer makes my eyes bleed due to jagged edges :)
[Version 14.2.4]



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Thunder82 reviewed on 24 Feb 2011
Absolutely love TotalFinder, it perfectly integrates into the existing finder app - something I always wished Path Finder could do better. 5 Stars from me..
[Version 1.1.5]



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Thunder82 reviewed on 07 May 2010
This really is a great little app. I just started using this at version 3.7, so I can't speak for previous versions, but this version has been incredibly stable and has found a great deal of lyrics for me. Also, Get Lyrical syncs up perfectly with iTunes, no copy and paste required here. You just select songs in itunes that you want to add lyrics too, and click "tag selection." It really doesn't get much easier than this.
[Version 3.7]



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Thunder82 reviewed on 04 Sep 2009
Jaikoz is the best tag editor out there. I have tried many others including SongGenie/Coverscout, and Jaikoz is still the software that I find myself using the most. It has been 100% stable for me, even when i throw a few hundred songs at it. Those mentioning that SongGenie & Coverscout are better obviously don't need their software to do much. Sure these other programs have a nice interface (honestly, much nicer than Jaikoz) but their functionality is SO limited. Given the price tag (especially compared to the Equinux equivalents) Jaikoz is awesome.

The only improvements I'd like to see, would be a more "fluid" interface for OSX users and better handling of song lyrics. Pulling lyrics from the web is awesome, but I don't feel I'm able to properly manipulate the lyrics field. Being able to create paragraphs and separate the chorus from the rest of the song is important to me. Also, it would be amazing if there were an option to automatically delete the web link that gets added to the beginning of the lyrics added to each track.

Overall, Jaikoz is extremely feature rich and very stable. I'm very happy with my purchase.
[Version 3.2.2]



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