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mdmunoz commented on 19 May 2007
Just to be clear, the MacHeist licenses were fixed. Just send them an email with a screenshot of your loot and a copy+paste of the registration info on the loot page and they will add you to the database.
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mdmunoz commented on 23 Jan 2007
I'm not an expert on the subject, but for those willing to do some research of their own, The New England Journal of Medicine says the Shettles method is bunk:

"for practical purposes, the timing of sexual intercourse in relation to ovulation has no influence on the sex of the baby."

http://content.nejm.org/cgi/content/short/333/23/1517
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mdmunoz replied on 23 Jan 2007
Sorry, this belongs in the other thread. I missed the reply button.
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mdmunoz commented on 22 Jan 2007
Does anyone else find the claim of determining the gender of the child based on the time of the month a little ridiculous?

Also, the rhythm method is a terrible form of birth control.
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mdmunoz replied on 23 Jan 2007
Actually, it has several settings, one of which is birth control.

It's in the screenshot and on the website. I don't understand how you could have possibly missed it.
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mdmunoz reviewed on 07 Dec 2006
Works as advertised, unbeatable price, great developer.

If you uninstall a lot of apps (and you are checking MacUpdate, so you probably do), this beats searching spotlight over and over by a mile.

Try putting it in the Finder sidebar. Cmd+shift+A to the Applications folder, drag-and-drop within the same Finder window. Couldn't be any easier.
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mdmunoz reviewed on 27 Nov 2006
Are you part of the RIAA?

Just kidding.

A very promising application. Has exactly what you need and nothing you don't. It would be nice to see a more standardized user interface (resizable window, menus/key shortcuts) and a more responsive launch time.
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mdmunoz reviewed on 21 Nov 2006
Great app. I always wanted a simple feed reader that just opened the page instead of making me click through short summaries with links. RSS Menu does me one better by showing updates and being accessible from startup, without having to fire up a browser or reader just to check for updates. Great work.

The only problem I've encountered is that podcasts simply open in my browser instead of Quicktime/iTunes. Not that it's a big deal. I just watch the stuff in-browser.
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mdmunoz reviewed on 19 Nov 2006
This browser uses very little memory/cpu, and it's extremely fast. I had seen it before and I'm glad there's finally an English version.

Tabs, bookmarks, search bars, and all that fluff are for the weak. If you want a bloated memory-hog with hundreds of features, get Firefox. If you want an efficient browser, this is it.
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mdmunoz had trouble on 21 Jan 2007
Of course, I had no business trying to install this in the first place, since it doesn't work on intel, but once I did, my font caches were immediately corrupted.
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mdmunoz had trouble on 28 Oct 2006
Using the latest version on 10.4.8, I tried to uninstall Clip Show as a test:

http://www.petermaurer.de/nasi.php?section=clipshow

The application was copied to the trash, but the original item remained in the Applications folder. Also, the preferences property list was not moved (the preferences folder in the trash was empty).

P.S. Thank you for making this software. It is really needed on OS X and the only free alternative that I can find.
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