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hced reviewed on 16 Apr 2014
This is a really nice pixel editor. Well planned and designed. I like the popup HUD for tools, colors, layers, etc. Speedy to work with.
[Version 1.0 BETA3]

hced rated on 16 Apr 2014
[Version 3.6]

hced rated on 08 Apr 2014
[Version 3.0.5]

hced commented on 11 Mar 2014
Oh, the icon keeps growing on you...
[Version 5.3.66]

hced commented on 27 Jan 2014
Nice with GUI apps like this. For those who want to convert FLAC to MP3 via commandline, the following is a pretty sweet method. The instructions have been made very basic so that pretty much anyone should be able to follow along.

1. Open a terminal app (e.g. Terminal.app, iTerm, etc.)
2. Install Homebrew (http://brew.sh) if you haven't already by pasting in this command and hit return: ruby -e "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.github.com/Homebrew/homebrew/go/install)"
3. Paste in this command to install commandline programs FLAC and LAME: brew update && brew install flac
4. Change directory to a folder containing .flac files you wish to convert to .mp3: type cd and drag&drop the folder onto the terminal application's window, then press return.
5. Type in this command and hit return (N.B. you may change bitrate, in this case 192, to something else): for f in *.flac; do flac -cd "$f" | lame -b 192 - "${f%.*}".mp3; done

Wait for conversion ... Done!
[Version 2.0820]

hced commented on 16 Jan 2014
I have two questions before deciding to purchase this:

1. Does it require Mail to be open or otherwise it fails to send later?
2. What if the computer is in sleep mode?
[Version 1.0.6]

hced rated on 05 Jan 2014
[Version 2.4.11]


hced reviewed on 20 Nov 2013
One of all time finest Mac apps out there.
[Version 5.6.1]

hced rated on 16 Sep 2013
[Version 3.0]

hced rated on 20 Aug 2013
[Version 1.3.0]

hced had trouble on 12 Nov 2012
Vendor site is hacked. Visiting http://apprium.ru/numeric-notes/ shows a bunch of male genitals.
[Version 2.0.4]

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hced replied on 12 Nov 2012
Macupdate: is this the correct link? Is it possible for you to inform the developer of this unfortunate mishap?

hced replied on 12 Nov 2012
Ah, it seems the current URL on MacUpdate (posted above) is wrong. Actual link should be: http://numericnotesapp.com/
hced had trouble on 25 Oct 2012
Two things:

1.) MacUpdate: the release date of the current version (0.3) is not 11 feb 2011 as stated here, but 8 aug 2010 (according to vendor's site).

2.) Developer: the feature that draws my interest judging by the screenshot is that "Wait for previous" checkbutton. How does that work, technically?
[Version 0.3]

hced had trouble on 15 Aug 2012
According to Wacom's download page: "Be sure to uninstall any current tablet driver installation before installing."

Anyone know what that means. Are they referring to drivers of different brands than Wacom, or the previous installed Wacom driver's version?

Also, what's the entire/correct procedure to do this, especially without loosing previous settings?
[Version 6.3.3-3]

hced had trouble on 29 Jan 2012
This entry (v2.0.1) needs to be updated to the current version (right now that's v2.1 released March 1, 2011).
[Version 2.0.1]

hced had trouble on 01 Dec 2011
Does anyone know how to permanently disable "Check Spelling While Typing"? I have turned off "spelling auto-correction" in System Preferences, but apparently this doesn't change anything in Mou.
[Version 0.7.0]

hced had trouble on 05 Apr 2011
I have two questions which I couldn't find answers to in the product description:

1. What rendering engine is this? Webkit?

2. If Webkit, does it provide Web Inspector (which I think is more complete than Firebug Lite).
[Version 1.0]

hced had trouble on 15 Aug 2009
Why does it open a Finder window when clicking its statusbar icon two times? Is there any way to prevent this from happening?
[Version 1.2.6]

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hced commented on 15 Aug 2009
I should point out that this only seem to happen when Finder is the active application.
hced had trouble on 06 Aug 2009
I'm still experiencing the same problem as @MRK below. New log messages don't appear on a new line, but instead get added on the same line after previous message (if there's space).

While running main app, it's all worky, but when quitting it and running the 'daemon' app, the problem appears. I'm using NerdTool 0.6 on a MacBook Pro mid 2009 OSX 10.5.7 and the log file I'm referring to (haven't tried anyone else) is the /var/log/system.log file, setup to be viewed in full screen (i.e. all the way until it hits the exposé borders on all sides).
[Version 0.6]

hced had trouble on 11 Mar 2008
Is there any way to permanently dismiss that obtrusive Activity Monitor window at startup?
[Version 1.50c]

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