Minimal Design
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minimal design commented on 10 Jan 2009
Is this app dead? I read somewhere that the dev doesn't work on it anymore and it doesn't seem to have been updated in a while... I'm not an update freak, but since I'm investigating which app to chose from all the options out there, I don't want to start with an app that's not actively developed anymore... Any idea? Thanks!
[Version 2.5.5]



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minimal design reviewed on 25 Aug 2007
Nice update. I wish it didn't put single items in a folder (zip one file, then expand and you get a folder with the file inside instead of just the file).

Other than that, a great utility when dealing with PC users.
[Version 2.1]



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minimal design commented on 20 Jul 2007
link's broken, so I made my own, if you need it, it's there:

http://minimaldesign.net/downloads/miscellaneous/minimal-screensaver
[Version 1.0.1]



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minimal design reviewed on 22 May 2007
Really nice interface that makes it a breeze to test your regex before using them. I wish this app existed when I first learned regex! It would be perfect if you could somehow save them though, like a little itunes style column on the left with your "regex library" but it does its job perfectly as it is... Just nitpicking here...
[Version 1.1]



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minimal design reviewed on 12 May 2007
One of those super simple and super useful little applications. Does one thing, and does it perfectly. Perfect for developing sites, and doing a little house cleaning once in a while...
[Version 0.9]



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minimal design commented on 08 May 2007
I wish you could set the size and place of the keystroke display feature on the screen, similar to the way synergy does it (well, used to, I haven't used it for a while...)
[Version 2.5.1]



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minimal design reviewed on 20 Mar 2007
I wrote a full review on my site so I won't go too much in the details but Actiontastic id as of now the most comprehensive GTD for OS X available.

It's not at 1.0 yet, so it doesn't have all the features in yet (hence the 4 stars) but it good enough to replace kGTD. I'm not even sure I'll consider OmniFocus when it comes out.

The major advantage this app has over the other GTD solutions out there (besides kGTD) is that the Dev really understands GTD, and it shows... Every single UI choice is right on, and I feel confident that whatever new feature makes it in future versions, they will thoroughly thought out and well implemented.

And with the promised online application to go with it, the circle is complete.

At last, a real Cocoa solution for GTD has arrived...
[Version 0.9.3]



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minimal design commented on 20 Mar 2007
Great app! but... how do I quit? And I couldn't find any support forum or FAQ on the dev site... maybe I'm just too tired...
[Version 1.6]



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minimal design commented on 29 Nov 2006
What it does is great. I wish it was made by the Omni group (or Apple) though. The interface is not clear at all, and they know it... That's why they have a tutorial popping up when you start up the app. Definitly not the kinda of program where you can just guess where everything is and what everything does... Some of the icons are just plain incomprehensible.

I also wish the default look was a little more pleasing to the eyes...

Definitely one of the best mind map apps out there, but definitely not one of the best OS X apps out there...
[Version 3.2.6]



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minimal design reviewed on 22 Oct 2006
After playing with it for half hour, I have to say it's very impressive. Everything it does, it does it way better than Illustrator. The way it deals with rounded corner rectangles or gradient fill for instance is so much more modern and convenient than AI.

Unfortunately, there's just too much it doesn't do, you can't even really compare the two since I'm assuming the target market is quite different...

There's no way I could use Lineform in a pro environment, it just makes me dream about how great it would be if Illustrator worked the same way :)

If you just need a solid vector app without CS2 integration etc..., this might be it though.
[Version 1.2.2]



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