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Zerozerozero reviewed on 02 May 2011
1.8.5 will probably not work in 10.7 Lion as Rosetta won't be included or supported. Those who bothered to register 1.8.5 or re-register "after 10 years of always free upgrades" have received an offer for a free upgrade to 1.9, which should work fine in Lion. Included with it is NZB support, screaming fast filtering and a dozen other improvements. 1.9 is not being offered by any other method.

Much hatred and outright ill-informed opinions expressed by reviewers below is the reason for this state of affairs. Simply put, not enough registrations have taken place to support continued development of the product and not enough interest has been shown by users for version 2.

Nevertheless Brian has rewarded loyal users who believe in fair payment for fair usage by updating Thoth for 10.7. Support under Lion however will be limited. The website is currently in hibernation. Users who wish to get 1.9 can only do so via an email with a request to register 1.8.5. They should receive an offer for a free upgrade to 1.9 shortly after. Those who registered 1.8.5 and received a refund can only try again (those who refused the refund got a link to 1.9).

1.9 and 1.8.5 are classic newsreaders - i.e., for those with an interest that goes beyond mere leeching of binaries. Both work very well.

Zerozerozero rated on 09 Feb 2011
[Version 2.2.1]


zerozerozero reviewed on 25 Apr 2008
Been using iCab since it was a puppy and now at 4.01 it's still the best utility browser: FAST, full of features, stable, and did I mention fast?

I really appreciate the error report, the best favorites toolbar, and all the tools: filter manager, cookie manager, forms manager, offline mode, download manager... live update of offline files (for coding websites) autosave session... yada, yada, yada. And it rips webpages to five different formats.

Yes, there are some issues, but the tweaks and fixes come constantly. Best thing about it IMHO: it is not free (unless you forego a few minor features) - by that I mean it doesn't come with any strings attached.

Great browser, great developer support, best money I've spent on software.
[Version 4.0.1]

zerozerozero commented on 24 Apr 2008
Still works a treat in Leopard. Love the fact that it DOESN'T do html mail - a double-click sends the html to my offline browser, where I can read the text, inspect the source code and, if necessary (rarely), reload it in online mode.

Maybe it's time for me to drop it, but I don't see any reason why I should.
[Version 2.2r6]


zerozerozero reviewed on 19 Feb 2008
Nice app for writing/editing subrip subtitles. Works like a charm on ppc 10.4.10. Adjusting subtitles graphically by mouse-drag to the audio waveform display is easy though adjusting time codes manually can be a bit cumbersome.

Uses mplayer for previewing the video with subtitles, which causes the only issue I have. The current version of mplayer freezes when it comes to the end of the video - can't even force-quit it.

It's not the most Mac-like app - being multi-platform and based on java - but the visual aids are superb. We can only look forward to further improvements and enhancements - and to that end, I've made my donation.
[Version 3.4.1]

zerozerozero commented on 10 Aug 2007
Works a treat even as partly implemented in 10.4.10. This game has great potential, nice sounds and atmospherics: good enough to play around in and very stable.

Without any OS X contributors to this open source project, don't expect quick updates of any OS X version. Yes, where is 0.3 for OS X?

You'd think that Apple could spare a head or two to make packages for OS X. It's a cheap way to add titles for the platform. How about it, Mr. Jobs? Anyone?
[Version 0.2]

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