Victor Lipp
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astechman reviewed on 07 Jan 2014
Good support, does what it says.
[Version 3.3.1]


astechman reviewed on 30 Sep 2013
Best support you could ever expect. I have used this for years, there have been frequent updates and it keeps getting better.
[Version 9.3.07]


astechman reviewed on 23 Sep 2013
Tried before and liked it, but too expensive
[Version 1.2.9]


astechman reviewed on 08 Mar 2013
Great little app for finding files, convenient, easy to access in the menu bar and fast; well worth the price. Now, my go-to file finder.
[Version 1.0.10]


astechman reviewed on 17 Feb 2013
I don't agree with 'Owltech', works fine for me, in fact I think that it works great. I rate it at a 4 at this time simply because I haven't used it very much yet, but I consider it to be my default search tool. Not cheap, but if it continues to perform as it has I would say that it is good value. Spotlight is good and always available, however DiskLens presents what it has found more easily and comprehensively. Nice work, I expect good things from this developer.
[Version 1.0.3]


astechman reviewed on 25 Oct 2012
I am giving BusyCal a middle of the road evaluation based on my first impression, I have only just downloaded and installed the trial version. I appreciate what other long time users are saying, I agree that they should get a price break, at least, to update to this new version. I feel sorry for them to have lost some features in this update, but I'm sure that the developer can rationalize the dropping of these - time moves on! I like what I see of the features and it's 'usability' but, again I agree with other's comments that it is overpriced, heck it was less expensive to buy OS 10.8! I have trouble justifying the price and if it does not really impress me, I'm going back to the free Apple Calendar, not sure that I need all the frills of BusyCal, but I'll give it an honest try for the next 30 days!
[Version 2.0]


astechman reviewed on 24 Apr 2012
I have used 'Time-Out' for years now and I appreciate everything about it: easy to set up to your own preferences; can skip the scheduled break if you are 'into' something and does what it is supposed to do, i.e., get you to take a break! Great support and the developer is responsive to suggestions and recommendations.
Hi "Fives" across the board!
[Version 1.6.5]


astechman reviewed on 17 Oct 2011
It's not everyday that you come upon an application that does everything well and that has great support. HDRtist Pro and the developer do both! HDRtist Pro offers simple guidance with rationale for producing spectacle results, with lots of options, whether from a single or bracketed pictures, even aligning those 'hand-held shots. A very good app.
[Version 1.0.5]


astechman reviewed on 29 Dec 2010
Tried PB for 3 days and prefer Apple Mail (it's free and PB costs Money, not worth it!) Even for free I don't know if I'd use it. My biggest objection: I would like to see easier access to my Address Book for forwarding email, in Apple Mail this is so easy! I did find PB stable and no real problems and I did like some of its features, but, Apple Mail is simply better in my judgement. Thanks for the free trial.
[Version 2.1.0]

astechman commented on 30 Sep 2010
I like TotalFinder a lot, it adds features to the OS X native Finder that should have been there originally; "try it, you'll like it" and you won't want to be without it. The developer has done a great job developing this app: simple, intuitive and great!
[Version 1.0]

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