Joel Craig
Downloads: 27
Posts: 147
Smile Score: +305
About Me
I am a Free member
Gender: Male
Age: 41-60


Visit Stats
Last Visit: Today
Member Since: 30 Sep 2008
Profile Views: 3,405

Website
http://www.flickr.com/photos/joelcraig23/
Joel Craig's Posts
Average Rating from Joel:
(39)

sort: smiles | time
burypromote

Jcraig reviewed on 15 Mar 2014
After all these years, still an awesome little streamer app for both Mac and for iPhone. It would be cool to be able to sync favorites between devices (iCloud?), otherwise it does what it's supposed to do and does it well. One of my favorite apps and a 'first install' on any new machine. Thanks for your continued hard work and support of FStream.... Joel
[Version 1.4.9]


1 Reply

burypromote

+305
Jcraig replied on 17 Mar 2014
Jb4, if you're simply updating, do so from the menu bar (FStream>>>Check For Updates). Not sure why you're having the problem that you are. Maybe try using The Unarchiver (highly recommended) rather than Apple's built-in unzipper to open the tgz file to see if you have better success.
burypromote
Jcraig commented on 29 Nov 2013
Download link triggers d/l of the 32 bit file.
[Version 9.4.06]



burypromote
+1
Jcraig commented on 07 Oct 2013
Thanks for the update. Still one of my favorite applications. Updated without a problem.
[Version 1.4.7]



burypromote
Jcraig commented on 12 Jun 2013
My v2.0.26 self-updated to v. 2.2.1.
[Version 2.0.26]


2 Replies

burypromote

+305
Jcraig replied on 17 Jun 2013
The self-updating feature seems to be more reliable as I'm now at 2.2.3-all background updates with no file transfers. This should appease users who feel as if they're somehow missing something being a point-version or two behind.
burypromote

+305
Jcraig replied on 03 Jul 2013
I don't know, I opened my MBP today and Dropbox is at v. 2.2.9, the same day it became available...
burypromote

Jcraig reviewed on 13 Mar 2013
After booting my MBP today, Dropbox self-updated to v. 2.0.0. The perfect application continues to improve. Kudos to the Dropbox team.
[Version 2.0.0]



burypromote
+2
Jcraig commented on 21 Dec 2012
It should be noted that Dropbox does indeed self-update. Self-updating is usually triggered during a file-transfer to or from your Dropbox folder.
[Version 1.6.9]


1 Reply

burypromote

+305
Jcraig replied on 04 Jan 2013
For those on older versions, updating was broken at some point (though I thought fixed with the 1.6.x releases). Might need to catch up manually first. Frankly, it's not a big deal if you get behind a version or two as it's not like they are adding features - usually just minor bug quashing.
burypromote
Jcraig commented on 04 Dec 2012
WTF happened to iTunes Radio? It still appears as a View option, but it's nowhere to be found in the sidebar or any of the drop down menus, at least that I can find. This would be major suckage if they removed this feature as I believe this was one of the best things iTunes had going for it.
[Version 11.0]


1 Reply

burypromote

+305
Jcraig replied on 04 Dec 2012
Eh, looks like I got it to appear in some convoluted way by playing with the menus, but it still won't appear as before in the Sidebar. Come on Apple, don't make things harder on us.
burypromote
+2
Jcraig commented on 17 Nov 2012
It looks like v. 1.6.0 is the latest stable build.
[Version 1.6.0]



burypromote
+7
Jcraig commented on 25 Sep 2012
It should be noted here that this is a PAID upgraded, though v.2 license holders do get a reduced rate (about half-price). Considering I purchased v.2 back in, I believe, 2007, this is a fair deal for a completely rewritten and very useful application IMO.
[Version 3.0]



burypromote
+2
Jcraig commented on 28 Aug 2012
Was an early adopter of this browser from way back before the Phoenix days and was a faithful user until the Mozilla folks decided to get political and not support H.264. So much for putting their users first. Until that changes (which should apparently be soon), Firefox collects dust on my machine.
[Version 15.0]



burypromote
+1
Jcraig had trouble on 05 Jun 2007
CamiSession conflicts with the built-in session-saving now included in Camino. CamiTools is no longer supported and breaks post-1.0.4 builds, which is why you had to trash prefs.js. UnifyCamino and GrowlCamino should pose no problems, make sure you have the latest versions of both.
[Version 1.5]



Displaying 1-10 of 73
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 >
Displaying 1-1 of 1
Please login or create a new
MacUpdate Member account
to use this feature


- -