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bluejay3132 reviewed on 08 May 2008
Works as advertised. Would like to see two options in the future:
1) Auto-refresh
2) Selectable time between auto-refreshes

Great little reminder for those of us concerned about this staggering debt.

Intel MBP, 10.4.11

Thanks to Yellowsoft.
[Version 1.0]



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bluejay3132 commented on 22 Mar 2008
I sent Don an emailed question and he responded within hours - and I'm not even a customer - yet. Sent him a thank you email, and damned if he didn't respond to that one, too. Impressive. I'll be supporting this software author, especially after reading the glowing reviews here and on other sites.
[Version 4.3.4]



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bluejay3132 commented on 07 Nov 2007
I have Office 2004 set for "check for updates Manually". Not having seen any horror stories for 11.3.9, decided to try this update. Word - Help - Check for Updates. It first installed 11.3.5. Repeated the process for 11.3.6, 7, 8, and 9. Everything seems to be working. Word - About says 11.3.8, Excel says 11.3.7, Powerpoint 11.3.5, and Entourage 11.3.6.
FWIW, I don't use 2004 anymore, but I paid for it so I'm not going to throw it out. You never know...
[Version 11.3.9]



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bluejay3132 tipped on 04 Jul 2007
Found a way to use "a slight (sic) of hand" in System Preferences to display day, date, month, etc. here:
http://paulstamatiou.com/2006/06/11/how-to-display-date-in-os-x-menu-bar/

or Google '"os x" display date'
This trick seems to work fine on 10.4.10.

If the Day displays twice, just put pointer behind "Fri" or "Friday" in Customize Times and backspace to delete it.

If you fix it till it's broke, change region back to your country, then start over.
[Version 1.2]



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bluejay3132 reviewed on 03 Jul 2007
iConiCal works as advertised, but:

Wanting to play with various preferences, I invoked iConiCal (iC) with Quicksilver (QS). QS quit; never had that happen before. Tried twice more; same thing. Reset QS to default. QS still exited when I invoked iC through QS.

Set iCal icon back to default. Deleted iConiCal. Now QS is back to its normal self.

Nice try, though. I would like the date displayed on the Mac.

20" CD iMac, 10.4.10. QS and PathFinder auto loaded at login.

Thanks
[Version 1.2]



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