Eric Caldwell
Downloads: 1
Posts: 56
Smile Score: -23
About Me
I am a Free member
Gender: Male

Visit Stats
Last Visit: 29 days ago
Member Since: 24 Sep 2008
Profile Views: 1,815

Eric Caldwell's Posts
Average Rating from Eric:

sort: smiles | time

Web-Jive reviewed on 22 Oct 2011
After migrating from 1Password, I have to say thanks for this great password product. 1Password is always late supporting beta browsers and made BIG changes with the software to be listed on the Apple App Store.

1Password actually had to remove some long time features to get the listing so, I decided it was time to move on after 2 plus years of using 1Password. One feature I have been requesting for over 12 months is for 1Password to auto-fill the form but not submit it. @Fail even today on that request whereas LastPass has it now.

Where LastPass shines is it works with every version of every browser I have tested. Since we develop websites, we're always testing the new releases to see what might break. 1Password in my experience is late to the beta game and it's inconsistent across browsers.

Where LastPass needs to improve is with the browser and online interfaces. It needs more polish like 1Password. Once they get that licked, I think 1Password will need to continue to look over their shoulders.

As far as the security questions some have with LastPass being a cloud app? Please, you already store you passwords on way less websites so your no more likely to have your passwords compromised than with LastPass.
[Version 1.74.0]

Web-Jive commented on 02 Aug 2011
For those running Lion, skip 1Password and use something like LastPass for now. I have been using 1P for years and they have botched the Safari 5.1 version. You can no longer tell it to ignore domains or websites which means it ALWAYS has a drop down password save request even when you don't want it. Huge amount of gripes in the 1P forums.
[Version 3.7.1]

3 Replies


Web-Jive replied on 02 Aug 2011
@Jeff, LastPass imports all 1P information so it's pretty easy. Once 1P gets all this taken care of, I'll move back to 1P. They seem to be spread very thin with Firefox (not compatible with FF6 yet), Chrome, Safari, iPhone and their other products.

Web-Jive replied on 02 Aug 2011
@khad, I update daily to see the changes and from what I can tell, there is still not buttons or other means to tell 1P to not record a password for a domain, web page, etc?

Web-Jive replied on 03 Aug 2011
@hkad, thanks for the reply. Once I see the options show back up on the drop-down bar, I'll switch back.

And yes, your correct. I've been a long time user and switching to Lion was pre-mature and if I had it to do over, I would have waited about 6 months.

I also understand your guys grief with how APPL changed things. From what I understand, APPL really tightened security on Lion which is causing all kinds of dev issues with apps.
Web-Jive commented on 25 Jul 2011
Merchant services are not our core business but, I can beat these rates any day! We save our clients a lot of money on CC rates because our core business is building websites (with ecomm).

We started passing along our low rates and free terminals after a few retail clients asked if we could save them money there along with savings we produced on the web merchant services.
[Version 1.1]

Web-Jive commented on 21 May 2011
This will be a cool app once it can download debit and checking account info!
[Version 2.5.4]

Web-Jive rated on 02 Jan 2011
[Version 1.0]


Web-Jive reviewed on 27 Dec 2010
I would have given PB a 5 star ranking it if had ONE thing I consider key for me. Being able to hover over a date or time and create an iCal event.

Other than that, stellar.
[Version 2.1.0]


Web-Jive reviewed on 27 Dec 2010
This is a stellar Apple Mail replacement client with the power of extensions via Thunderbird extensions directory.

The ONE feature that kept me from switching (tried it for 30 days) was the lack of hovering over dates/times like in Apple Mail and being able to create an iCal event.

If that one feature could be added, I would give Postbox a 5 instead of 4 stars. Thanks!
[Version 2.1.0]

Web-Jive rated on 23 Dec 2010
[Version 8.0.552.231]


Web-Jive reviewed on 21 Dec 2010
I just downloaded this to see what this browser was about. Chromium 8.x?? I'm running chrome 10 for mac now so why run a version two releases old? What's the value?
[Version 8.0.552.231]

1 Reply


Web-Jive replied on 21 Dec 2010
Instead of a review I should have posed this a different way. I'm still trying to figure out the value of running an older version of the browser even it if has auto-update capabilities :)
Web-Jive commented on 24 Nov 2009
This would be a good web devs browser if it used the latest webkit inspector. Saying this is great for web development without this is a bit overstated.
[Version 2.0.1]

Web-Jive had trouble on 19 May 2008
Dead link...
[Version 2.4]

Displaying 1-10 of 36
1 2 3 4 >
Displaying 1-1 of 1
Please login or create a new
MacUpdate Member account
to use this feature

- -