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Utrunn commented on 20 Apr 2012
Since it already costs money anyways, I feel it really should include the ability to create RAR archives. RAR compression is proprietary and is never (to my knowledge) included with free archive utilities. Since this one isn't free, why not include a very useful feature like that?
[Version 1.2.0]

Utrunn commented on 15 Dec 2011
Adobe's new annual release model is a real turn off. Having to pay each year for a version that is 0.5 newer is a real pain and the subscriptions don't really make it that much better.
[Version 12.0.4]


Utrunn reviewed on 15 Dec 2011
A fantastic, powerful image editor. Version 2 increased Pixelmator's features exponentially, adding healing, burning, dodging, vector-based shapes, improved text support, and much more. I highly recommend it, especially considering that it costs much less than Photoshop but has practically the same feature set. Admittedly it is lacking in a few areas, like non-antialiased resizing for example.
[Version 2.0]


Utrunn reviewed on 15 Dec 2011
A great alternative to a full Tex install. Essentially the same as LaTexIt. A little bit over priced compared to LaTex, which is free.
[Version 1.1.0]


Utrunn reviewed on 15 Dec 2011
A great NES emulator. Provides state freezing/unfreezing, custom keyboard maps for two players, and several other features. I've noticed some occasional stuttering and on rare occasions when opening a ROM it instead opens the previously opened ROM. No significant problems or crashing.
[Version 1.4.1]

Utrunn commented on 05 Jan 2011
One word: LaTeX. Free to install. Free to use. Comes with a great equation editor.
[Version 7.2.1]

Utrunn rated on 20 Dec 2010
[Version 1.0.1]

Utrunn rated on 11 Dec 2010
[Version 3.1.7]


Utrunn reviewed on 05 Aug 2010
A great Twitter app. It works well and it's customisable plus it comes at a great price too.
[Version 1.2.3]


Utrunn reviewed on 04 Aug 2010
I got Flux through VoteBundle and, really, Flux was the only reason I bought the bundle. I already owned Coda but now that I own both I use Coda for the bulk of the design and do touch-ups and simple text updates/edits with Flux. Being able to just drag and drop or resize stuff makes designing a lot easier and being able to just click and type makes small updates quicker. Flux's CSS editor is great too for some CSS stuff Coda doesn't have. However, one thing I don't like about Flux is that it only opens folders and not individual files like a "normal" editor.
[Version 2.48.21]

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Utrunn replied on 08 Aug 2010
I also found, I guess, a bug, regarding Flux and Script.aculo.us . Whenever I insert the Script.aculo.us script in the head it automatically inserts the other scripts in the code and all of the scripts have the wrong source (file://). I believe the problem is that Flux attempts to run the Script.aculo.us script which automatically inserts the other scripts. I'm wondering if there's a way to stop this...
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