Nathan Sharp
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Jamsoft rated on 12 Jan 2011
[Version 1.52]



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Jamsoft commented on 30 Jul 2010
Winclone has been discontinued.

http://twocanoes.com/discontinued/winclone/
[Version 2.2]



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jamsoft tipped on 05 Oct 2008
Download the latest developer build snapshots here:

http://handbrake.fr/?article=snapshot
[Version 0.9.2]



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jamsoft reviewed on 26 Aug 2008
Leech is a great little app - It's lightweight, fast, stable, and most importantly it just works.

I've repeatedly tried other download managers in the past (Speed download, iGetter, Download Wizard, etc.) and I always found myself uninstalling them because their 'cons' far outweighed any 'pros'. They were everything I didn't want in a download manager: overly complex, clunky, intrusive, required excess system resources, and they were unstable to the point that it even caused other applications to crash.

Pros:
- Lightweight & fast
- Stable
- Automatically integrates with Safari/Firefox's cookies, authenticated sessions, and stored passwords. In other words, downloading files from a website that you're a member of (i.e. a premium RapidShare account) automatically works without you having to mess around with setting up or configuring any tedious rules.
- Plenty of user controllable features & settings (i.e. automatically resize download window, private downloading, user definable rules, etc.)
- It just works.

Cons:
- Doesn't seem to properly work on a couple sites.
- Could use a few more features.

Suggestions:
- It'd be nice if Leech would preserve the "Where from:" URL like Safari does when you download a file. (You can view it in the Finder's "Get Info" window under the "More Info:" tab.)
- Leech (or any download manager for that matter) can always be optimized even further. It'd be great if Leech honed in on maximizing your download speed.

Conclusion:
If you download files on a regular basis (whether it's apps, music, movies, or anything else) I highly recommend you give Leech a try!
[Version 1.1.4]



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jamsoft reviewed on 07 Oct 2006
[ Website ]
- Pros: Overall it's just such a great concept that really works well.

- Cons: Selecting Bold/Italic on highlighted text actually applies those changes to the entire note. It'd be nice to have little more control over this.

[ Dashboard Widget ]
The online sticky notes are great, and the widget just seems like an added bonus. I would, however, suggest implementing a faster/quicker solution for viewing all of your other sticky notes. Currently I must flip the widget over and back again just so I could view a different note.

Anyway, thanks for all of your hard work and already for the great progress you've made. I really hope this 'takes off' :-)

Thanks,
Nathan Sharp
[Version 1.0.1b]



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