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macTick commented on 11 May 2009
I have had none of the problems cited by Flatpicker with any of the versions of Little Snitch. The LittleSnitch Uninstaller removed everything except to plist files (at.obvev.littlesnitchconfiguration.plist
at.obdev.littlesnitchmonitor.plist) and I found nothing else left on computer, using both FindAndFile or EasyFind. I assume not deleting the 2 plist files is deliberate, as it permits upgrades without having to re-install serial number or change configuration.
[Version 2.1]



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macTick commented on 13 Mar 2008
Unable to import OFX or QIF files. When I click on Import Button and select format for importing and then pick file to import, nothing appears in the account. Cannot use iCompta if it cannot import downloaded bank statements.
[Version 1.9]



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macTick commented on 11 Mar 2008
Microsoft AutoUpdate failed to identify need to update to Office2004-1141UpdateEN on my G4 iMac, my G4 MacMini, or my C2D Macbook. Had to download the updater and run it in order to accomplish update. First time Autoupdate failed for me.
[Version 11.4.1]



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macTick commented on 14 Sep 2006
Has anyone ever gotten ZapGenie to work?

I have had AppZapper since version 1.5. I now have (and use, successfully) version 1.7. ZapGenie, on the otherhand, crashes every time I try to use it. The crash has been occurring sooner after starting ZapGenie with each update of AppZapper.

My setup: G4 iMac, OS X 10.4.7, 512 MB RAM.
[Version 1.7]



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macTick commented on 03 Jun 2006
Revolution continues its prohibitively expensive update policy. Having updated to Revolution Studio in Feb 2006 for £139 because further support for DreamCard was discontinued at that point, I now find that I am asked to pay £199 for the update to version 2.7.2. Of course, the £199 also buys me any additional upgrades that Revolution may make in the following year.

Such a policy makes me long for HyperCard for OS X, a longing never to be fulfilled.
[Version 2.7.2]



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