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Excomax reviewed on 07 Jul 2010
Works perfectly on my mid-2009 MBP 15". I'd like to see it as a prefpane, too. It doesn't really need to sit in the menubar. Otherwise fantastic app! Thanks for your work!
[Version 0.1]

excomax commented on 29 Aug 2009
Well... SIMBL works with 10.6 (I have other SIMBL-Hacks running in my Snow Leopard Safari). You just have to run Safari in 32-bit. So hopefully there will be a new Pithhelmet for Safari on SL any time soon.
[Version 2.8.5]


excomax reviewed on 12 Aug 2008
This is by far the best solution I've ever found for invoicing. I used TimeLog from Mediaatelier quite some time and loved it's ease of use. And now there's TimeLogs new best friend and from the first moment I saw it I was impressed.

Not only it imports all logged data from TimeLog. With just one click you can have all tasks invoiced and sent to your customers. The templates for your invoices are completely customizable. So they fit your needs 100%!

And another big plus for this app is the developer. He's so damn responsive - I haven't seen that before very often. Although it's still in beta stage, I already paid for it. It the best program of it's kind so far for the Mac.
[Version 0.9]

excomax commented on 12 Jun 2008
So... As registered SD5-user I have to pay again for what seems to be the exact same program with less features?! This is kind of weird...
[Version 1.0]

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excomax replied on 12 Jun 2008
Well, that's right. But what if I'd prefer the Lite-version because of it's UI. I like SD5 as it's really fast. But I prefer an UI which is as simple as possible. That's why I switched to Leech lately. But now a clutter-free version of a program I already paid for is available and I can't use it without paying again? I don't see why I should pay again for something I already own just to have less functionality. Functionality I never used before in SD5. That's the point I don't get.
And it isn't like SD5 is years old. It's was just released some months ago. So I paid for SD4 and SD5 and now again for SDL1?! No, that's not what I think about user-friendlyness... (If this is an existant word in English ;) )

excomax replied on 12 Jun 2008
Oh a really big sorry for any complains! I've just overseen that point! That way everything is just as it should be.
Once again: Sorry! I take back all I said.
excomax commented on 15 May 2008
Okay, years ago, when I used to do my work on Windows-PCs, I had LeechGet installed. A really good download manager. Then, after switching to Mac, I looked around and found SpeedDownload, which is a really good download manager. But there are way too much options in it that clutter up the window. But it's cool. So I paid for SD4 and then SD5. And now I fell in love with Leech. The first moment I saw it I knew that Leech has it. It has everything I need. A clean interface nice auto clearing of the DL-list, closing after successful download... But version 1.0 had to flaws that made Leech a bit less useful: No direct browser integration and no possibility to set up rules. So I wrote to the developer. And I hadn't expected such a quick reply and shortly after that, Leech 1.1 has both functions built in. Now I can switch to Leech and don't have to cry one tear for SpeedDownload. The best thing is the switcher-discount. Instead of really cheap 9,95€ Leech is just 6,95€. Great!
I recommend that download manager to everyone who likes clean and fast UIs without the need of an built in ftp- or p2p-client.
Just one more thing would be fine as I realize now by using it as main program for downloads: Growl integration would be the top of all. I think I should ask for it. ;)
[Version 1.1]

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