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Wpdv reviewed on 26 Jul 2012
Yesterday, I upgraded from 10.6.8 on a 27" iMac. I only encountered one problem with my upgrade to Mountain Lion and that was with 'Notes' which were previously part of Apple Mail. In 10.8, Notes are a separate application. My 450 notes didn't make it after the upgrade. Fortunately, I had all of them on my iPhone 4S and thus I was saved. Before I synced my iPhone for the first time with my iMac, I performed a backup of my iPhone... Settings >>> iCloud >>> Turn on what you want synced in iCloud >>> Storage & Backup >>> Turn Backup 'ON' >>> Backup Now. My Backup took 8 hours and all of my Notes are available. Other than that, everything went well.
[Version 10.8]

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Wpdv replied on 26 Jul 2012
iMac 27-inch, Mid 2010
Processor: 3.2 GHz Intel Core i3
Memory: 4 GB 1333 MHz DDR3
Graphics ATI Radeon HD 5670 512 MB

Wpdv reviewed on 21 Sep 2007
Today, MarketCircle, Inc. completed beta testing of Daylite 3.5 (of which 20 + betas were released)!

Many users (myself included) volunteered to be beta testers for this important release, and as became evident to those of us testing, MarketCircle was serious about doing this right the first time (multi-user syncing). In my opinion, they succeeded!

Daylite 3.5 is a sophisticated business tool for the Mac. It can be used by a single user or many users. There is definitely a learning curve... but with the online forum and email support (from the company), you'll usually get several suggestions on how best to solve your particular issue.

With Daylite 3.5, if I am on the phone with a particular client, I can view ALL of the items I have attached to this client within one window (ie; tasks; notes; emails; referrals; meetings & appointments; proposals; opportunities; items I've delegated; desktop files; contracts; photos; etc)!!!

If retaining copies of your client's emails and attachments (after being deleted from Apple's Mail) is important to you like it is to me, then you will want to have the DMI module. I have found this to be an invaluable add-on.

If you have been sitting on the fence, watching this product mature, and have been waiting for the syncing aspects of Daylite to be fully realized, the time to try it out is now. Before starting though, take the time to perform a final sync of your mobile devices, backup your Apple Address Book and your iCal databases, and then follow Daylite's instructions.

Once you are all setup, and have performed some cleanup within your database (eliminating duplicates, etc), I know you'll find that you be pleased with your choice!

MarketCircle, keep up the great work!

[Version 3.5]


Wpdv reviewed on 04 Apr 2007
I am most impressed with the simplicity of iGTD, and its integration with AddressBook and iCal. The developer has been extremely responsive to ideas and feature requests.

For 22 years now I have used macs to run my business, I can count on one hand the applications I really enjoy using, iGTD is one of them.

iGTD is maturing rapidly. There are certainly kinks to work out, some polish to add, but it is stable enough to use now.

Keep an eye on this developer. You will see great things from this young man.

[Version 1.3.2]


Wpdv reviewed on 15 Mar 2007
This is the BEST 'to-do' widget I've ever used!

I have purchased and used many other applications/widgets, but have never been happy with one aspect or another. Either they didn't print a simple and clean looking to-do list, or they were not stable, or didn't integrate with iCal well. What I like the most is that I don't have to open iCal to add a to-do.

It's elegant, easy to use, integrates seamlessly with iCal, shows the due dates neatly next to the priority setting, and it prints out an excellent to-do list.

Absolutely awesome.

Thank you for such a wonderful widget!!!

[Version 2.5]


Wpdv reviewed on 02 Aug 2006
If you are looking for a powerful application, capable of tracking all of your client emails, attachments, files, tasks, notes, appointments, quotes, etc., then this application is for you. Daylite creates a copy of these important communications, so that even if you delete the original emails, photos, files, etc. from your computer you will still have them within Daylite's database.

This is a serious business application meant for those of us who are serious about storing and accessing all of our client information from one application.

I would highly recommend this program to anyone in sales. I use the 'estimate' template daily to generate all of my quotes and the 'opportunity pipeline' (which can be customized) for tracking and organizing my current sales progression 'timeline', as well as any future sales opportunities.
[Version 3.1.1]


Wpdv reviewed on 03 Feb 2006
I have just finished adding several item to eBay for auction. This program is outstanding! I had a small problem with getting the application to work, the developer responded immediately and the problem was on my end, but he suggested a fix for me, and it worked like a charm. I am so glad I invested $25 in this a pp because it makes selling on eBay fun and makes my items look great with its professional layout.
[Version 2.0.3]


Wpdv reviewed on 04 Dec 2004
This program is outstanding! Anyone who builds web sites would find this tool extremely helpful. Drag and drop your photo, select the degrees of rotation, select the frame/shadow width, and you have a unique, artistic looking image.

Here is an "in-progress" website where I used this tool

I really appreciate the developer's efforts and his ongoing support. Keep up the great work!
[Version 1.0b2]

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