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entger reviewed on 24 Jun 2013
WebAcappella is on the one hand easy to use and on the other hand powerfull, as well. What I really like about it is - in addition to the usability - the freedom during the whole design process (you aren't bound to templates). I could place every object where you want it to be. Moreover, I am always fascinated by the range of possibilites you have with WebAcappella. For example the usage of templates, HTML elements, (dynamic) frames, multilingual support, ... all these functionalities are integrated very well and they could be used without any coding. For me it's one of the best WYSIWYG web-editors.


entger reviewed on 24 Jun 2013
SiteSucker is a very slink tool for downloading complete websites from the Internet. It works fine, there have been no crashes so far and all important things are adjustable in the preferences. As it has already been said there could be maybe some more options for updating downloaded websites after a time (for example an archive of archvied websites). Another negative aspect is the fact that there's no further development for OS X 10.6.8. But as long the old version still works, it's not that bad. Finally you always have to keep in mind that it's for free. Therefore it's a great piece of software!
[Version 2.4.3]

entger rated on 24 Jun 2013
[Version 3.3]


entger reviewed on 24 Jun 2013
When I heard about the discontinued version of Expression for Mac the first time, I was very surprised and interested in testing the application. After having downloaded it, the first problem came up - how to decompress the old .sit-file? The current version of StuffIt Expander doesn't support this format any more. Fortunately, I found the slim but powerful tool "The Unarchiver" that had no problems with decrompressing the .sit-file. The rest of the installation was nothing special - I just put the complete "Expression 3" folder into the appilcation folder - that's it. The first start: Expression 3 starts quite fast, even if it needs Rosetta. The interface is very old and crazy (there's a status bar behind the Dock!), but you find one's way fast. More than ten years ago, Expression was a sensation. And I think that it's still a quite powerful tool with its strengths. In my tests everything worked fine and the application was stable and fast. Even the export functionalities worked. I can't complain about it, you can't go wrong with this (providing that you still have a version of OS X with Rosetta) - it's for free!
[Version 3.3]

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