Iskippy
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Iskippy rated on 05 Jan 2014
[Version 0.9.5]




Iskippy rated on 23 Dec 2013
[Version 1.0.0]



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Iskippy reviewed on 07 May 2013
Still upset that one update of LCC removed support for my Cordless Wave keyboard, but I needed to update in order for my Performance Mouse MX to be used properly. I've now got a whole row of keys and media buttons that do nothing on an otherwise decent keyboard.
[Version 3.7.0]




Iskippy rated on 05 Mar 2012
[Version 11.1.102.64]




Iskippy rated on 15 Feb 2012
[Version 11.1.102.62]




Iskippy rated on 15 Mar 2011
[Version 4.2]




Iskippy rated on 01 Feb 2011
[Version 1.0]



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Iskippy commented on 23 Jan 2009
Or, y'know...don't pirate software.
[Version 1.0]



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Iskippy reviewed on 20 Jul 2008
The Logitech updater recently popped up and let me know of a new version of the Logitech Control Center software (funny, I thought I was using the latest version). Wanting to make sure I was up-to-date, I went ahead and updated. Big mistake. It went and deleted all the individual application settings I'd made, so now I have to go through and try to remember how I had everything set up. To make matters worse, now I can't seem to get my MX Revolution to scroll the way it did before the update.

Thanks a lot, Logitech. Your mouse is great but your software stinks.
[Version 2.6]



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Iskippy tipped on 07 Jun 2008
After updating Growl and reinstalling GrowlMail, I found it still wasn't coming up in the Mail preferences. I removed it and tried installing again, and still wound up nowhere. A tip I found on the Growl forums got it working though. If you've installed GrowlMail and it isn't appearing in Mail's preferences window, open the Terminal and paste in this command:

defaults write com.apple.mail EnableBundles -bool YES

That should re-enable GrowlMail. At least, it did for me.
[Version 1.1.3]



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