Tom Andersen
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Tom Andersen commented on 18 Oct 2013
Pricing - we are coming out with an iOS app that will have some in- app purchase options, plus the iOS app will always allow you to browse all your files.
[Version 1.3.0]


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Keaten House, Ltd (developer) replied on 02 Jan 2014
Back to My Mac only works when trying to get to your Mac from another Mac. Spotdox does this only from iPhones and and any web browser.
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Keaten House, Ltd (developer) commented on 12 Jan 2013
You need to download the OS X app, then install and run. On startup, we take you to the web so you can test the install. Please email contact@spotdocuments.com for any and all tech support questions or comments.
[Version 1.0b7]


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Tom Andersen replied on 16 Jul 2013
Wanderer,

I think you don't understand what the app does. It allows access to all files on your Mac, not just those already on Dropbox. It also allows you to offload folders from Dropbox down onto your Mac, freeing up Dropbox space while away from your computer.
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Ironic Software (developer) commented on 14 Sep 2010
Thanks for giving this a look. In order to really use it you may like to read the manual and or the whitepaper PDF that is up on our site at http://www.spotdocuments.com/whitepaper.pdf , while the manual is on the product page at:
http://www.spotdocuments.com/theCloud.html .

If you want to look at an existing S3 account that is not indexed, you need to go into the preferences and choose to 'show all buckets'.
[Version 1.0b1]


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Ironic Software (developer) replied on 30 Nov 2010
I am currently rewriting the manual after we changed how accounts are managed, etc. You can easily get feel for the speed of Spot Documents as compared to iDisk, etc by trying out this OS X client, and also our web and OS X clients, which all come with the demo account to browse. --Tom
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Ironic Software (developer) commented on 14 Sep 2010
Thanks for having a look. This application does nothing that can't be done more slowly in the Finder. Having said that, I find it useful for us here at the office in order to get all of the scanned documents into the right folder. Also for those that want to sort photos before adding them to iPhoto, etc.

If anyone has another hierarchy other than date based, that could be set up in a preference dialog, then send it along.

I think that the Hazel users out there could also make a 'Hazel' button that moves the document to a folder that Hazel watches. This would allow you to decide to let hazel work on a file or not.

--Tom
[Version 1.0]



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Ironic Software (developer) commented on 14 Sep 2010
Well I hope you like it. Feel free to test it. I wanted to re-iterate that this does not alter any files in Library/Mail, or make any changes to Mail.app or its prefs, etc. I have 70,000 emails archived with it, which took some hours the first time through, but now runs in about a minute or two every day.
One other reason I made this is that old emails just have this habit of disappearing. A slip on an IMAP setting can for instance erase lots of email, which mail.app will dutifully recreate on your hard drive. --Tom
[Version 1.0]



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Tom Andersen tipped on 14 Feb 2010
Developer here.

You can use Leap to tag files, but the real power lies in searching your files faster and easier than with Apple's tools.
[Version 2.5.4]



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Ironic Software (developer) commented on 30 Oct 2009
You can access two more rows of recent and cooler items by using the arrow keys to select the far right item - then scrolling right once more with the arrow key. Each of the two shelves is really 3 rows long. But we made it so that down arrow takes you to the shelf below - which is why you need to go all the way to the right. I often use this to find a file that is a day or so 'old'. --Tom
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