Andrew Robulack
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Part-time stay-at-home-dad, part-time software development consultant with little time to waste on poorly designed and conceived products.

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Arobulack reviewed on 27 Jan 2012
This app destroyed my Safari browser. It somehow deleted my entire Toolbar, so I can't even hit Command-L to open web sites anymore. I followed the developer's uninstall instructions, but even then my Safari Toolbar did not come back.

Beware this software -- it will actually harm your computer! The developers are extremely irresponsible to even be distributing it in its current state.
[Version 4.5.1]



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Arobulack commented on 16 Mar 2010
Are these guys still around? Anyone heard from them lately? I paid for a license for this 5 days ago and still haven't received the license. I keep emailing them, but don't get a response. I'm starting to think I just threw 10 bucks down a black hole.
[Version 3.4]



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Arobulack commented on 11 Dec 2009
Like it, but… ouch, crazy expensive for what it is.
[Version 1.2.0]



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Arobulack reviewed on 05 Oct 2009
What a breath of fresh air, as far as niche printers go on the Mac platform. The drivers are top-notch, the interface is easy to use, and it links into Mac environments like Address Book like a breeze. I'm testing the unit for a client, using a LabelWriter 400 and am thoroughly impressed with how well the app works. Plus, you can save labels you make so that you're not starting from scratch every time you want to output one label for a specific purpose that you may engage in only infrequently. One major upside: my client couldn't find replacement labels locally for his printer. This app made it a snap to identify and order replacement labels. Really nice tool. I only docked it a point under features because it's not a 64-bit Snow Leopard app.
[Version 8.2]


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Arobulack replied on 05 Oct 2009
BTW, it does run fine for me under Snow Leopard, I was just commenting on the fact that it's a 32-bit app, which is probably of no consequence to most people. :-)
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Arobulack commented on 24 Sep 2009
Wow, I thought Gizmo for Mac was dead, it's so crashy-bad. If they can make this app work again, it'd be awesome.
[Version 4.0.0.269]



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arobulack reviewed on 09 Jul 2009
Two words: kick ass.

This is the best software license management app out there, bar none. I have never had a problem with it, its easy-to-use organization has saved me countless times, and, to put it bluntly, it's a joy to use. I manage over 200 commercial software and shareware licenses with this app. I couldn't live without it!
[Version 1.4.9]



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arobulack commented on 03 Jun 2009
Really? Organize "anything"? Like, what about my laundry? Or my shoes? Here's a tough one: my girlfriends shoes? Hmmmm... somehow, I don't think so.
[Version 1.1]


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arobulack replied on 06 Jun 2009
Lighten up dude. "Harass?" Really? You need to gain some perspective and a sense of humour. I'm just poking fun at hyperbole. Yeesh.
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arobulack commented on 02 Jun 2009
I'm sorry, but I can't lend an app with such an amazingly dumb-ass name and logo and credence whatsoever.
[Version 1.0.4]


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arobulack replied on 03 Jun 2009
You didn't think your app would be judged by it's name and icon? LOL
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arobulack commented on 21 Apr 2009
BEWARE: Before trying out this software, be aware that there is no documented way to uninstall it from your system and it installs a wide variety of files all over the place. It is very, very difficult to remove from your system once installed.
[Version 11.0]



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arobulack commented on 03 Apr 2008
Version 7 sure sounds cool, but the question with any Chronos product remain: how stable is it?

Historically, as any user of SOHO Notes will say, Notes is not a very stable product, nor does it tend to deliver on even half of Chronos' over-ambitious promises.

I wish I had the courage to try version 7, but I've lost so much important data to previous releases that I really can't be bothered.
[Version 7.0]



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