Francois Leclerc
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Flec65 commented on 05 Sep 2011
Many annoying bugs for me under Lion (10.7.1) even after a clean reinstall of the app. The dropdown opens every time I do a word look up (3 fingers tap) in any other apps. The iCal events don't appear in the list anymore and the to-do items (reminders) are all displayed, no matter how I set those preferences. Am I the only one with these bugs in Lion?
[Version 4.1.2]


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Flec65 replied on 18 Oct 2011
Same issues here too. I lost patience and switched to Fantastical instead.
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Flec65 commented on 18 Nov 2010
Version 2.2v223 can connect to the Gnutella network again. Once installed, it offers to download Gnutella components and when it's done, Acquisition works as it should.
[Version 2.2v223]



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Flec65 commented on 10 Jan 2010
After the ugrade to b107, Cha-Ching crashed upon restart and all data from the last three months are now gone. Don't rely on CC. Manage any critical data with it at your own risk.

This is not the first time that something like this happens. Things never seem to go forward smoothly with this developer. 18 months later we're still waiting for a stable and trusty version. And the developer simply vanished from this earth, there's no update on their forums in the last 3 months. Hello?!? Can we talk about incompetence here?
[Version 2.0b104]



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Flec65 reviewed on 10 Nov 2009
What a nice little piece of software. I have tried other windows manager apps but SizeUp is the best for my need. Simple and effective to use, with the right amount of features, SizeUp is real time saver and solve my biggest gripe with the Finder. And the asking price is right too. After a couple of hours using it, I was sold. Well done!
[Version 1.2]



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Flec65 commented on 05 Oct 2009
Really nice Growl style. The animation from the right side may be a little too distracting but the left one is a nice touch. Simple and classy. Good job!
[Version 1.2]



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flec65 commented on 12 Sep 2009
$15 for the Snow Leopard upgrade? I used and enjoyed Saft since Panther, but this asking price makes me seriously consider the competition for the first time.

I understand the need for the developer to earn money for its work, but he should have consider two things in my opininon:
1. A lower price for the upgrade for existing customers. Full price should be for new Saft users only.
2. Saft is a plugin for a free software on an operating system that cost $29.
[Version 12.0b]



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flec65 reviewed on 23 May 2008
This apps just works as advertized. It's super fast and really easy to use. Well worth the price for saving my bacon and those invaluable images. Thank you, thank you, thank you!
[Version 2.0.2]



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flec65 commented on 28 Dec 2007
I have to agree with others regarding version 3.1. I'm not sure I like the new direction the developper takes with MCC. The beauty of previous versions of was that it's (almost) invisible and unobstrusive. MCC running like an app (with Dock icon and menu) is just too much for me, even with the new possibilities it may bring. If possible, the developper should give us the option to run MCC as menu item only like before. I will stick to version 3.0.6 for now, hoping and waiting for the best.
[Version 3.1]



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flec65 reviewed on 08 Dec 2007
Media Indexer is a simple and easy to use catalog app with a small footprint and a clean interface. Price and feature fit my needs perfectly.

Version 2.4 indexes fine on Leopard (10.5.1) but every time an index is selected, the name is highlighted automatically and the app crashes instantly.

Also, Media Indexer won't remember window size and position, at each launch it reverse back to default. It would also be nice if we could change the size of the icons and text in the sidebar.
[Version 2.4]



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flec65 reviewed on 07 Dec 2007
Awaken looks great, is pretty stable and has plenty of nifty little features that simply make this a joy to use. All you have heard about Jerry Brace's amazing support is true : he's very, very dedicated to his app and users. That alone has made me buy his app in a heartbeat.
[Version 3.1.7]



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