William Stevens
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Wstevens reviewed on 17 Feb 2014
Works great.

Thank you.
[Version 1.6.2]



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Wstevens commented on 15 Aug 2012
From Oracle

Note for Users of Macs that Include Apple Java 6

http://docs.oracle.com/javase/7/docs/webnotes/install/mac/mac-preferences.html

If you are running a release of Mac OS X that includes Apple Java 6, for example 10.7.3, 10.7.4, 10.8.0, there is an important difference about the installation of Oracle Java (both JRE and JDK) that you should be aware of.

The Applications -> Utilities -> Java Preferences application is part of Apple's implementation of Java. Once Apple no longer distributes Java as part of their release, the Java Preferences application is retired.

Under Apple's implementation of Java, it was possible to have multiple JREs installed, and the Java Preferences app was used to determine the first compatible version that would be used. The following instructions show how to change the default JRE.

Launch Java Preferences. The Java Preferences window contains a list of installed JREs. Java applications and command line tools use the listed order to determine the first compatible version to use.

The Vendor column indicates whether the Java release is supplied by Apple or Oracle. The Version column specifies the version of Java that is installed.

To make JRE 7 the default version of Java, re-order the list by dragging Java SE 7 to the top of the list.

Note that if you install only Oracle Java JRE 7, it will not appear in this list. You must install the full JDK in order for JRE 7 to be listed.

Copyright © 1993, 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
[Version 1.7.0_06-b24]




Wstevens rated on 19 Jul 2011
[Version 7.1]



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Wstevens commented on 20 Mar 2008
Version 2.3 fixes the Safari crash on startup.

I want to thank the developer for fixing this problem so quickly.

CosmoPod is one "slick" program.

I highly recommend CosmoPod.
[Version 2.3]



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Wstevens commented on 29 Oct 2007
Leopard is released on Friday, October 26th, and Netopia has an upgrade available for download on Monday, October 29th - and the upgrade works.

Thanks Netopia!!!
[Version 8.7]



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Wstevens commented on 30 Jan 2007
If you know how to set up an OS X Server correctly, read the manual, this software is unnecessary.
[Version b308]



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Wstevens reviewed on 15 Aug 2006
I bought this program online without a hitch. I got my registration email within a few minutes.

TubeSock has worked as advertised, without any problems, for me.

I consider it $15 well spent.

I look forward to future upgrades and enhancements to TubeSock.

Keep up the good work!
[Version 1.0]



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