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Aanhorn commented on 04 Jan 2013
Brilliant! I play Minecraft on my PowerBook G4 from time time, so this is a welcome piece of software. Glad to see the PowerPC love still going!

Will leave another comment once I've gotten a chance to try.
[Version 1.0]

Aanhorn commented on 04 Aug 2012
I find the recent direction Apple is heading with OS X to be very troubling. Taking choices and power out of the customer's hands and locking down their software. It's a very sad thing to watch for someone who's been a faithful Apple customer for more than 20 years.

I have nothing but respect for Cabel and Panic for supporting an excellent product like CandyBar as long as they have, but at this point, Apple has made their decision for them.
[Version 3.3.4]


aanhorn reviewed on 16 Dec 2008
Fast, functional, free : Camino is easily a strong contender for the best browser on OS X.

Camino uses less RAM on average than Safari, it locks up less on average than Safari, what else do you need to know?

Anyone who needs a serious browser definitely should give Camino a look.
[Version 1.6.6]

aanhorn commented on 19 Nov 2008
yeah, uh, this is the real Fire - http://www.macupdate.com/info.php/id/5608/fire

you kind of stole the app name . .
[Version 0.2b]

aanhorn commented on 13 Jun 2008
beware, this developer will still process your credit card order, but DON'T buy this app, it's dead, it hasn't been updated in years and the developer has apparently lost all interest in reviving it.
[Version 3.0.5]

aanhorn commented on 09 Jun 2008
This is a great little app, could use a better icon however.
[Version 1.2.2]


aanhorn reviewed on 06 Jun 2008
This is the best version of DOSbox for OS X, hands down.
[Version 0.71]


aanhorn reviewed on 11 Nov 2007
I'll be honest : most of David Watanabe's software is useless to me.

Acquisition became irrelevant a long time ago (gnutella) and is hobbled by a resource intensive java engine.

Xtorrent may be relevant today (bittorrent) but is a victim of feature bloat right out of the gate. Transmission runs circles around it in terms of performance.

Inquisitor might be useful if it actually worked with my browser of choice, Camino, but it doesn't.

You can take the above as a bit of constructive criticism, David, but regarding NewsFire, nothing but aces.

NewsFire has everything I need and nothing I don't, all packaged in a wonderfully minimal interface. Where every other RSS client attempts to walk the dividing line between newsreader and browser, NewsFire sticks to one thing and does it well.

One missing feature I'd like to see in a future release is individual feed disabling. Still, paired with a capable browser, NewsFire simply offers the best RSS experience on the Mac.

As long as David keeps NewsFire lean and focused for v2.0, he's guaranteed to get my upgrade fee.
[Version 1.4v70]

aanhorn commented on 19 Jun 2007
Thanks for being among the first to attempt this, there are a lot of us out there looking for a quality Leopard theme.

A few tweaks that should be made -

Menubar transparency isn't quite there yet, from what I can tell Leopard's menubar is a smidge more transparent.

Menu corners are slightly rounded in Leopard, also menus are again, a smidge more transparent.

Some kind of Leopard dock skin would also be appreciated.

Anyway, keep up the good work!
[Version 1.0]


aanhorn reviewed on 15 May 2007
It's free, it works, it's updated regularly, and like any OS X application worth its salt, it's pretty nice looking.

[Version 1.0.7b]

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