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dnem41 reviewed on 04 Jan 2009
This is the real deal. You can have the classic 'Matrix' look or you can completely customize everything about it to show iTunes artwork or whatever you want.
[Version 2.2b3]



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dnem41 commented on 02 Dec 2008
is this the same thing as the Command+Option+Control+8 keyboard shortcut?
[Version 1.0.4]



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dnem41 commented on 10 Sep 2008
One thing... I wish there was a keyboard shortcut
[Version 1.3]



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dnem41 commented on 01 Sep 2008
Is this still being worked on for the Mac community?
[Version 0.8]



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dnem41 reviewed on 28 Aug 2008
This is a wonderful application that will pay for itself with just a few uses. Google Earth was reduced from 111 MB down to 61. Firefox went from 46 MB down to 28. MacJournal 32 to 20.

The amount of space being saved is arguably negligible considering my 320 GB hard drive plus 160 external HD. But it is how much faster these apps are after getting rid of the universal binaries and other language packs. I love the change log which keeps track of all apps that you have been "slimmed" which allows me to 'remember' the numbers I just spit at you above.

A first time user of course should be scared about slimming an application useless, so I started with free or open source apps (like Firefox, Google Earth, LiveQuartz, etc...) that you can easily re-download if something happens. But before that could even happen, Xslim provides a user-generated "blacklist" of apps known to have issues after being "slimmed". And of course you choose how frequently you want that list updated.

If you come across an app that wasn't on the blacklist, you can report it for future users. And hopefully you have backups on, so you can easily refer to them and have the whole app back again.

Very useful and smart application. I would give it 10 stars if I could. Anyone agree?

Thanks developers!
[Version 1.5.3]



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dnem41 commented on 26 Aug 2008
i feel like this should be a free app or these features should be built into the Mac OS like Linux has them built in.

nice app nevertheless. too bad 30-day trial is about to expire and there's no starving student discount...
[Version 2.2.3]



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dnem41 reviewed on 16 Aug 2008
ok so i JUST downloaded this and am giving it a test drive right now. it looks and feels gorgeous. its not yet perfect - how do we view RSS feeds? - but certainly puts front row to shame in its infancy stages.

is this open source? developers PLEASE KEEP WORKING ON THIS!!! this is awesome, but still needs work!
[Version 0.5rc3]



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dnem41 commented on 05 Aug 2008
it says this is compatible with Intel-Macs... does this run on Leopard?
[Version 1.1b2]



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dnem41 commented on 05 Aug 2008
soooo does this work on intel-Macs??
[Version 2.5b1]



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dnem41 reviewed on 08 Jul 2008
yes! 1.3 is a slight upgrade from 1.2.

keep up the good work.

right now im still a student, but this will help me not be distracted. i will donate once i land an awesome job, thanks indirectly to this app.
[Version 1.3]



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dnem41 had trouble on 08 Jul 2008
is this out for leopard yet?
[Version 1.5b2]



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