A Dude
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a dude reviewed on 09 Sep 2009
Wonderful wonderful app, but doesn't work in iTunes 9! Eagerly awaiting 3.2...
[Version 3.1]

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a dude replied on 10 Sep 2009
nm, it's all good! i love i love stars :)

a dude reviewed on 02 Sep 2009
Still failing to launch on login. Tried deleting prefs, repairing permissions, even redownloading the app and installing on a fresh copy of the OS. A lot times just opening the prefs takes a minute of two of spinning beachballness. While I like the features and love the app when it works, it doesn't work as it should often enough to warrant more than 3 stars.
[Version 1.3]

a dude commented on 01 Jul 2009
System requirements for

64 MB RAM (128 Recommended)
52 MB HD

128 MB RAM (256 Recommended)
200 MB HD

[Version 3.5]

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a dude replied on 21 Jul 2009
Cool that explains it. Thanks to both of you for answering instead of burying my question like everyone else.

a dude reviewed on 10 May 2009
I really like this app, more than Brightness even. My only complaints are that there's no keyboard command for toggling ScreenShad, which means you have to hit opt-plus/minus multiple times, and quite often the program does not launch automatically at login despite repeated attempts to troubleshoot the issue. For some reason the option becomes deselected on its own.
[Version 1.3]

a dude commented on 29 Nov 2005
OK, I wrote that entire review without ever quitting the program. It turns out that MacIrssi forgets all your color settings and window placements, making the beautiful interface a mere glossy facade on a junk app. I have since found Colloquy to be handier than I remembered, although it forgets windows placements as well, so now I've moved on to try XChatAqua once again. So far, none of my prefs have been forgotten, although it's a bitch to set up color schemes with the terrible/non-existent labelling. I guess I resort to my belief that there are no good Mac IRC clients; only promising to downright crappy ones. What a damn shame.
[Version 0.8.0]

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