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bebop commented on 06 Nov 2006
@aqtinc
I stand corrected. After I waited for AR to open for I while I did find the page box there at the bottom.

As for the rest of what I said...the sarcasm comes from reading one to many of these 'I work in the real world comments.'

And if you don't think you are one of those types of commenters, you might wish to consider why there are so many comments responding as if you were.
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bebop commented on 05 Nov 2006
@aqtinc: You know what sets me off?

Reading for the ten-thousandth time, some variation of "If you were a professional like me...in the real world...swingin' a big hammer...in production...doing serious work..."

Serious work...like fatuous software reviews?

Here's an example of what "faster to use," might mean to one of us "non serious" types.

Page 17 of obscure_doc.pdf contains irrelevant info I need for unimportant work I'm doing.

Start Preview or PDFView go to page 17 read/copy info, move on to next thing.

or,

Start Adobe Reader, wait, wait, wait, wait, locate pager in top heavy toolbar. Oops! Not one. Use the menu. View->Go To->Page... Another Dialog, go to page 17 read/copy info, move on to next thing.

You know, I'm sure it's just me, but it seems SLOWER TO USE for a "reader" and all.

Need to do something to a PDF? Use Adobe stuff. It's magic. Really. (Just observe complex mysteries of the update process.)

Need to read a pdf? Sort of funny when you think about it.

For all those set off by caffiene driven sarcasm I do sincerely apologize. But seriously, there is a long tradition in the UNIX world of increasing productivity by incorporating simple tools into a custom work flow.

If you're an Adobe workflow guru, go on with with your bad self. Then keep it to your bad self thanks.
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bebop reviewed on 08 Mar 2006
Nicely done. Simple. I like having a gallery generating engine that is not beholden to iPhoto. If you could make the template editable, I would make a donation to your favorite charity!

This developer's site has some other nice goodies. Check them out.
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bebop reviewed on 20 Dec 2005
I'm very pleased with the usefulness and feature set of this application. As someone who creates database backed apps for the web, it's nice to see an app that intelligently handles data structure customization. The developer has managed to make customization of categories intuitive and flexible.

I've tried quite a number of similar applications and this one lets me enter data and find it again very easily. The search function is nicely done.

Customer support is excellent and the price is more than fair. Highly recommended.
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