Cyberfunk
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Cyberfunk reviewed on 13 Apr 2011
This update seems to have broken PDF import into office apps either via copy-paste or via drag and drop... is anyone else having this problem ?

Also, see here: http://www.officeformac.com/ms/ProductForums/Office/8090/0
[Version 14.1]



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Cyberfunk commented on 19 Sep 2010
Should probably use the official apple method for obtaining sudo privs instead of asking for my password directly. At least that way I can be sure the dev isnt sending my password off to some secret email account (not that I distrust him, but it's the "safer" way to do it).
[Version 1.2.4]



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Cyberfunk commented on 25 Jul 2010
This free "Community Version" only allows one page to be converted.. doesn't write changes back into the PDF to make it searchable, only outputs as plaintext.

Compared to commercial Adobe Acrobat OCR this is crap, but at least it's free crap.
[Version 1.8.7]



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Cyberfunk reviewed on 28 Dec 2009
As an organic synthetic chemist, I find this tool extremely useful in my day to day work simply viewing NMRs. It provides a great price / feature ratio. The iNMR reader is a steal at a total cost of ~ 50 Euros, and the full version is worth the price for what it does. I love how quickly I can do line-listings in JACS format for H and CNMRs and how easy it is to process different spectrometer formats (Varian/ Bruker) (it's like the program doesnt even notice).

In comparison to programs like Mestre's MNova, I think this is a slightly better program for mac users, as it really goes with the whole Apple Look and feel. The interface is simply nicer to use than MNova in my opinion. Aside from this competitor however, nothing else comes close for ease of use on the Mac.

If you're on the mac and an organic chemist, do yourself a favor and grab a demo copy at least.
[Version 3.3.9]



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cyberfunk reviewed on 17 Aug 2008
I see no reason why anyone would play this knockoff of a far superior game by Pangea software: Enigmo (Or the 3D version Enigmo 2) at exactly the same cost with much better graphics, realtime physics and user interface.

To be honest, this looks like one of my highschool attempts at a first game: Unpolished blocky 3D graphics, flat user interface, performance problems, etc. I don't mean to be too hard on the developer... but I think this game is a good first try for a freeware/open source project that needs a good deal of work, not a game I would pay $20 for when there are far better alternatives.
[Version 0.14b]



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cyberfunk commented on 04 Oct 2007
Just watched my battery capacity jump from 3800 (was getting worried) all the way back up to 5500 ! Yay ! More battery time on my laptop !
[Version 1.3]



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cyberfunk commented on 01 Jun 2007
I wish there was an app like this that would do milliseconds, a la the countdown clock in independance day....
[Version 1.1]



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cyberfunk reviewed on 19 Feb 2007
Worked well the first time.. and then tried to add more calenders. Everything went to hell in a handbasket unfortunately. Deleted prefs and all files I could find related to the program, and reinstalled.. and now it cant even refresh my local iCal calenders, much less sync them to Google. This is still very much beta/alpha ware.
[Version 0.9.1]



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