Jim Mitchell
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jimmitchell commented on 29 Jun 2009
Was very surprised to find that Gmail Studio only allows one workstation to be "registered", period.

Many people, such as myself, work on a desktop as well as a portable when away from the office. To have to buy two licenses for this purpose is ridiculous for how little the product *really* does. While I understand the desire to thwart piracy, you should at least allow the software to be activated on two machines.

Additionally, there is no way to "unregister" a workstation (that I can find), so I'm stuck with Gmail Studio being registered on the machine I use the least. It's back to Gmail Notifr as my gmail notification solution. A $10 lesson learned.
[Version 1.0.0.1]



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jimmitchell tipped on 06 Nov 2006
Note: This is a paid upgrade ($14.95). Don't overwrite your existing 1.x version (as I lamely did) until you're sure you want to shell out the extra cash. Thank heavens for back ups...
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j_mitchell (developer) commented on 21 Sep 2006
Keychain access is going be removed from Yasu 2.0.1 this evening (9/21). Though I haven't been able to reproduce it myself, there have been reports of an issue that corrupts the login keychain. I take the report seriously and I will work to resolve it as soon as possible.

In the mean time, it is recommended that users not store their passwords in the keychain. For those who have, I would suggest you remove the Yasu entry from your login keychain using the Keychain Access application located in your Utilities folder.
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jimmitchell commented on 01 Aug 2006
I've used PS since the early, early years off and on. It's good, but I would agree that it's time for a Cocoa based UI make-over.

My real comment is this; I don't think it's right to announce the release of a beta version via VT, and then expect registered users (which I am) to sign up to *possibly* be selected as one of the "small number of testers" once they click through to download. Very misleading in my opinion.

I am a firm believer that VT should be used to announce *publicly* available software (even if it's beta), NOT as a place to garner a beta-test user-base for a developer's own purposes.

My $.02
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