D. A. J.
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dajnj commented on 30 Sep 2008
Nice. Simply. Elegant. (And free!)
[Version 0.6]



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dajnj commented on 14 Dec 2007
Still waiting. Is this the death of Fruit Menu? No word on the developers site since late October. Halloween down, Thanksgiving down, Christmas around the corner. Can we expect anything by Easter?
[Version 3.6.4]



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dajnj commented on 09 Nov 2007
Great app. The developer will probably make a better one, but here is a menu icon that looks better on the semitransparent Leopard (10.5) menu:
http://www.seinan-gu.ac.jp/~djohnson/LabTickRegularStatusBarImage

To replace the menu icon, go to the Lab Tick application and control click it and choose "show package contents." Then drop the icon in Contents/Resources replacing the one there. Quit and restart Lab Tick.
[Version 0.6.3]



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dajnj commented on 07 Jan 2007
Would love to try it out without paying $250 up front, but there appears to be no evaluation copy.
[Version 2007]


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dajnj replied on 07 Jan 2007
Thanks for that link. By registering first, you apparently get a time limited password. If you just click DOWNLOAD on the MU page, you bypass this option.
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dajnj commented on 17 Nov 2006
I am very sorry I used this. After cleaning out everything, many applications will not start up: CopyPaste, Word, Excel, Adobe GoLive CS2...(probably architectures was the problem--I cleaned out all of the PowerPC ones for my MacBook Pro). Any help anyone?
[Version 1.3.4]


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dajnj commented on 17 Nov 2006
Please read this thread about a BIG problem for Intel Macs:

http://sourceforge.net/forum/forum.php?thread_id=1512239&forum_id=366086

The Sorceforge folks are NOT responding to this major problem. (I know it is freeware, but something this destructive should have an unambiguous warning...not he cryptic statement in the readme section about Rosetta.)
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