Frantisek Erben
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ferben commented on 21 Feb 2014
Unfortunatelly across statement of author on his blog, MacHG is not being actively developed and hard to say if development will continue.
[Version 0.9.25]



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ferben reviewed on 14 Mar 2013
Dead link.
[Version 1.01]



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ferben reviewed on 28 Nov 2012
I've had use it for two years but I found that is not much valuable SW.
Manual says that it is for 64bit, but inside is 64bit only kernel extension, other daemons (esets_ctl, 2x esets_daemon, ESET NOD32 Antivirus – GUI app) run in 32bit mode - shame on you.
Eset cannot create 64bit application for OS X?
[Version 4.1.86.4]



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ferben commented on 12 Nov 2012
It seems to be discontinued - link is dead :-(
[Version 2.2]



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ferben reviewed on 02 Aug 2012
Great app. Must have on Mac OS X 10.8 due drop RSS support in Mail.app and Safari 6.
[Version 1.2]



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ferben reviewed on 10 Dec 2010
Unable download. Is it discontinued?
[Version 2.0]



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ferben reviewed on 08 Jul 2008
Great piece of software for stand-alone developers. I use it every day for my small projects and help me very much.

My suggestions:
There are missing some features as connect to iCal or AddressBook - but development is still in progress :-)

To BRYAN GOLDSTEIN: You can contact author directly. Your suggestions are welcome :-)
[Version 1.7.5]



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ferben commented on 18 Nov 2007
Why author of Smultron drop support for Mac OS X 10.4?
[Version 3.2.1]



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ferben commented on 18 Nov 2007
Cyberduck is great FTP client - now with functional SFTP transfer method. But I thing, that Cyberduck should be faster in GUI. Transfers is fast but responses of Cyberduck is slow.
[Version 2.8.1]



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ferben reviewed on 18 Nov 2007
Why java process called by Cabos give a rest of processor time. Java give 50-75% processor time on my iBook G4 1,33/MacOSX 10.4.10 - it's really too much. I thing there is something bad in Cabos :-(
[Version 0.7.4]



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