Jeff Kisseloff
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Jeffisme reviewed on 24 Nov 2013
Three stars for trying, but when I import bookmarks it retrieves them but doesn’t distribute them, so they are not in the manager and the bookmarks bar remains unpopulated. Essentially, I’d have to go to every site I bookmarked in chrome or safari and then re-assign it in Roccat.
[Version 3.9]


Jeffisme reviewed on 24 Jan 2013
if you are trying to convince people that you are a professional operation, you might want to clean up the typos on your opening page. I tried to leave a note about this on your site, but there is no contact link and your forum link kept rejecting my entries.


Jeffisme reviewed on 23 Sep 2012
WARNING: We signed up for the family pro Plus account, and the software was so buggy and the support so spotty (despite promised of immediate phone and online support) that after giving them every benefit of the doubt, I had them cancel the account. I then asked for a refund of our $99 annual fee (we had the service for a week and it never worked). They refused and pointed me to what must have been the last page of the long legal agreement. They're right, it's there but nowhere else on the site do they tell you that if you sign and don't like the service you're stuck. My fault? I guess so but they do their best to hide the information. You decision about whether you want to do business with them. We certainly never will again.
[Version 5.1.1]


Jeffisme reviewed on 20 Jan 2012
I like a lot of things about Postbox. It's a terrific mail program in many ways and well worth a try. I love the easily clicked on favorite contacts list. I like the way attached images can be displayed and the information about the sender that is easily accessed.

A couple of things I don't like, however, and one is a dealbreaker for me. The first is try to email someone at the company directly to either make a suggestion or ask a technical question. Clearly, they make it difficult if not impossible to hear directly from even paid users. I have no patience for software developers who put a wall between them and their users.

The second is a killer feature you can add to that is just so useful that I don't want to give it up, and you have to if you use postbox. That is the third party mail notifier Herald, whose developer won't support Postbox. Herald not only notifies you of new mail but it also lets you respond, file and delete your email without having to leave the program you are working in. It's unbelievably handy. I wrote the developer and just about begged him to add Postbox support but he said he had no intention of doing so. People have asked Postbox to include a notifier with similar functionality instead of the weak-by-comparison Growl, but I have yet to see a response. Too bad. While can use plenty of improvement, it's ability to work with Herald means I'll stick with it. Too bad.
[Version 3.0.2]

Jeffisme rated on 09 Nov 2011

Jeffisme rated on 06 Nov 2011
[Version 2.9.8]


Jeffisme reviewed on 22 Nov 2009
I'm really enjoying this software and its development. There just aren't enough features built into the MagicMouse, and that's where MouseWizard steps in. It is still being refined (I tried a pre-release version of 4.0), which is part of what makes it so good. You have a developer interested in improving an already good product; a developer who is just incredibly responsive and friendly and a price that is hard to beat.
[Version 3.0]


jeffisme reviewed on 11 Sep 2008
This is a marvelous program. I love being able to type or write on the screen, and the developer is one of the most responsive I've ever dealt with.
[Version 3.0.1]


jeffisme reviewed on 14 Mar 2007
I'm an old fan of Shufflepuck (but on the Amiga), which was one of the best computer games ever created. This isn't there yet, but it's on the way, and I'm having a great time with it. With this newer version, I can actually win, and it's got a clever twist to it that allows you to let a goal or two in without being penalized.

I also have to say that the developer is remarkably open to suggestions and is immediately responsive to queries.
[Version 2.1]


jeffisme reviewed on 07 Mar 2007
I just had occasion to reinstall iemulator, and it reminded me what a great program it is. the manual is truly exceptional. Installing windows is enough to give anyone gray hair, but the manual really takes you through it step by step. It took a while, but was a snap. Then I installed the program which was the reason why I got iemulator in the first place, and it worked perfectly.

I did have one question though and it was answered immediately. I really couldn't be happier.
[Version 1.7.9]

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