Mindsnare
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Mindsnare reviewed on 25 May 2012
Version 1.9.4 is no more good with Safari 5.1.7... cookies sometimes get deleted, sometimes not. Cache and Flashcookies only get deleted if you reset Safari before. Weird!
[Version 1.9.4]



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Mindsnare commented on 25 Jul 2011
How about a text overlay that shows the outside IP of the cam or the computer it is connected to? Would be useful at times.
[Version 2.1]



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Mindsnare reviewed on 28 Feb 2011
"Leightweight"?? Seriously?? Hahahahahahahahahahaha

They hide a fine Installer pkg inside their own crappy installer. That alone tells much about this company.
[Version 10.2.152.33]




Mindsnare rated on 18 Feb 2011
[Version 5.3]



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Mindsnare commented on 29 Jan 2011
SIMBL 0.9.9 released:

http://culater.net/software/SIMBL/SIMBL.php
[Version 1.7]



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Mindsnare commented on 13 Oct 2010
SIMBL 0.9.8 is out now
[Version 1.6.1]


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Mindsnare replied on 13 Oct 2010
There's at least 1 annoying console entry less now with SIMBL 0.9.8
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Mindsnare commented on 21 Sep 2010
Starting from scratch (also with SIMBL) once again did not help, so I went back the versions and found that v1.4.4 is the last one that works well on 32bit machines. On 32bit macs version 1.5.2 works with some rare cookies, but most of them are not removed and flash cookies stay all the way.

Seems things went bad for 32bit in v1.5 (when you removed that additional checbox you mentioned?).

v1.5.2 is fine on 64bit though.
[Version 1.5.2]


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Mindsnare replied on 21 Sep 2010
I think I found a workaround for v1.5.2:

UNchecking "Remove all non-favorite cookies" and then checking it again has helped on my two 32bit machines.

Happy now!


PS: I think "Automatically manage cookies" should be on by default, after all it is what we want, right?
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Mindsnare commented on 11 May 2010
v1.9.6 is not faster on my 32bit MacBook at all. The opposite is true, and I am seeing a lot of ads for a second until they become hidden.

v1.9.5 was better in this manner.
[Version 1.9.6]


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Mindsnare replied on 12 May 2010
v1.9.7 feels pretty much like 1.9.6.

I looked at the ads a little more and what I can say is that the ones I am now seeing for a second before they are collapsing are the ones that did not collaps in 1.9.5, but were only hidden. I know collapsing would gain some space and make the websites look a little less shattered, but if collapsing them is that much recognizable then I'd consider it a change for the worse.

Just talking about 32bit here. On my 64bit machines I'd say it's collapsing fast enough.
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Mindsnare replied on 14 May 2010
v1.9.8 shows the same descibed behaviour. If you want to reproduce it, check the top banner of versiontracker.com.

I'd rather have it just hidden than see the banner for a second before it collapses. Just a better surfing experience, even no website space is reclaimed.
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Mindsnare replied on 14 May 2010
No, I am seeing this on 10.6.3 on a MacBook 1,1 and a Mac mini which is 32bit too.

There is a difference between v1.9.5 and v1.9.6 and up. The ads that did not collapse in v1.9.5 were just hidden, while the same ads are now collapsing in v1.9.6 and up. The problem is that collapsing takes some time, so you actually see the ad for a while and then it's going away, website space is being reclaimed. Don't know if collapsing can be somewhat optimized at all (just hiding the ad appears to be faster by far), and if I compare v1.9.5 to v1.9.6-1.9.8 then 1.9.5 still wins cause it's just a much smoother surfing experience.

The versiontracker ad is one example, you might have to reload the website until you get the ad i am talking about.
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Mindsnare commented on 31 Mar 2010
1.8.5 broke the whitelisting feature. I can reproduce this on 32bit and 64bit machines.
[Version 1.8.5]



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Mindsnare commented on 15 Mar 2010
Auto-Update seems to be non functional in 1.8 if you are on 1.7.3

Using Intel 32bit.
[Version 1.8]



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Mindsnare had trouble on 31 May 2011
Why does iVPN 5.6 overwrite its LaunchDaemons anytime you start the app? I see that once all is configured and VPN turned on the plists get a "disabled: false" flag which actually enables the server. However if you close the app and reopen it, the plist files get overwritten by the default ones which are of course "disabled: true". Like this the vpn service is actually off although the iVPN app shows it as on. Pretty buggy....
[Version 5.6]



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Mindsnare had trouble on 27 Oct 2010
The user accounts are stored in the chap file, but not encrypted!?

Seriously, that's not very nice.
[Version 4.9]



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Mindsnare had trouble on 28 Sep 2010
Since SC uses its on pref file now i once again started from scratch with it and the problem is that v1.5.3 sometimes keeps favorites, sometimes not. I tried to further pinpoint this and thought it might be related to cookies in the form of "blabla.blabla.bla" but "blabla.bla" cookies are affected too.

You might want to try to reproduce it with cookies from speedtest.net for example. Even they are marked as favorite, the cookies get wiped out.
[Version 1.5.3]


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Mindsnare replied on 28 Sep 2010
or try pons.eu, the cookies wont stay
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Mindsnare had trouble on 07 Sep 2010
Version 1.5.2 does not appear to be reliable, it does not even remove google.com cookies anymore. I don't think Safari 5.0.2 is the culprit, as i've just updated that a minute ago and found hundreds of cookies so Safari Cookies must have failed for a while.

Can reproduce that on two 32bit Intels, even after starting from scratch with a new cookie.plist.
[Version 1.5.2]


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Mindsnare commented on 11 Sep 2010
re-installed the whole thing and set up all favorites again: it does not work at all.
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Mindsnare replied on 12 Sep 2010
it works on 64bit though.

seems to be a 32bit problem...
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Mindsnare had trouble on 24 Mar 2010
Won't install correctly if "~/Library/Internet Plug-Ins" does not exist. In this case the Installer does create the folder but the plugin is not installed completely
[Version 1.6b8]



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Mindsnare had trouble on 20 Jan 2010
Much higher (too high) contrast now on Win7 and the update won't go away from the software-update application. Anyone else seeing this? Seems something got hosed with the color profiles.

MacBook Early 2009 with 9400M
[Version 3.1]


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Mindsnare replied on 20 Jan 2010
No luck here either! Thinking about a re-install already. Darn it. Windows, yu've got to like it.

Good I only need it for gaming.
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Mindsnare replied on 20 Jan 2010
Had seen that before, the digital vibrance was at 90%. i decreased that but it's still not like it was before 3.1
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