Peter Lam
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Laminator rated on 13 Sep 2012
[Version 5.1.5]




Laminator rated on 17 Nov 2011
[Version 5.4.0.1771]




Laminator rated on 26 Jul 2011
[Version 5.2.0.1572]




Laminator rated on 25 Feb 2011
[Version 5.0.0.7994]




Laminator rated on 21 Jan 2011
[Version 5.0.0.6378]




Laminator rated on 26 Dec 2010
[Version 8.2.2.1172]



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Laminator commented on 04 Jun 2010
While I love most of the LiteSwitch features (especially the ability to ignore some app like LaunchBar in the Tab-Switcher, and the use of just "shift" key to go backward), I revert back to the standard Tab Switcher because of this:

http://www.macworld.com/article/142637/2009/09/106expose.html

I simply cannot just use Cmd-Tab, then up-or-down arrow key to activate the new Snow Leopard Exposé Application Window mode. Instead the Contextual Menu will be displayed for that App. I wish they can put some enhancement in it to either allow this new Snow Leopard behavior, or allow us to choose which behavior we want.
[Version 2.7]



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laminator commented on 21 Jan 2008
If your iTunes refused to quit and relaunch itself everytime, this program maybe the culprit.

I went to Activity Monitor and found 2 instances of genredetection (part of the iWoW to auto detect the genre in the EQ). I force quit them and iTunes finally quit.

And then I discovered Shock J's comments ... "Latest version of iWow (2.0.2.255) has a process called "genredetection." If iTunes 7.5 (in Leopard) quits unexpectedly, the genredetection process doesn't quit and forces iTunes to automatically relaunch and spawns a second genredetection process. Here is where the problem starts. Now, whenever you try and quit iTunes normally, either via command key or file menu, the genredetection process continue to force iTunes to relaunch and continues to respawn new processes of itself. At this point, iTunes becomes practically un-quitable. You now have to go into the Activity Monitor application and force quit all the "genredetection" processes that have spawned and only then can you actually quit iTunes. I consider this a serious bug. Seeing as how we all know SRS's support is non-existent, we'll see if this ever gets fixed."
[Version 2.0.2.255]



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