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artwilson22 reviewed on 17 Mar 2008
I was looking for a Visio-type program for the Mac and was very excited to find OmniGraffle. The program appears to be an excellent solution for Mac users needing diagramming tool.

However, don't be fooled. After one hour of pleasant use, I needed a curly bracket/brace {} stencil. For the next hour I scoured the entire program looking for this basic stencil to no avail. This is one of the most basic of tools in Visio and is even easy to find in PowerPoint. A simple web search indicates that users have complained about this on OmniGraffle's own blog since 2006.

Thanks, OmniGraffle for including a country map of Botswana but for leaving out a bracket. 1 star for the wasted time caused by the idiocy of this omission.
[Version 5.0]

artwilson22 commented on 29 Feb 2008
Enough with the demos already! This game has been in beta for 6 years. A monkey could write the Bible in that amount of time. What possible good is releasing another demo going to do? The Mac community knows this game already and is eagerly awaiting its full release.

These "Super Happy Fun Fun" clowns in charge of this release should be a little more "super" and make us a little more "happy" by releasing the full version.
[Version 1.1]


artwilson22 reviewed on 27 Dec 2007
This game is extremely frustrating in two senses:

1. it continually misevaluates poker hands, i.e. a Two Pair beats a Three-of-a-Kind

2. the no-limit AI plays like monkeys

Other than that, its ok.
[Version 4.2]


artwilson22 reviewed on 25 Dec 2007
Midnight Mansion is a little like going to a Disney movie; its great for kids but a little too cheesy for the rest of us. Still, this is the best that Mac users are going to get until the OS X Dark Castle finally comes out.
[Version 1.1]


artwilson22 reviewed on 19 Dec 2007
It looks like X-Plane would be a great find for a true flight simulation enthusiast however for a newcomer who is interested in learning, it lacks guidance. You sit there on the runway wondering what to do. I would have expected a little more from a Mac app but X-Plane does not even offer a true Mac interface but some wack UI that looks like a flavor of Linux. A disappointment.
[Version 9.0b11]


artwilson22 reviewed on 18 Dec 2007
Sweet little mp3 player that is much more lightweight and usable than iTunes. Try it.
[Version 0.06]

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