Paul Wirth
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paulrudy rated on 27 Oct 2011
[Version 1.0.3]


paulrudy reviewed on 19 Oct 2011
I love this app. Great start. I love the convenience of having snippets directly available in the same window as clippings. Javascript text filters are interesting to have available too. A user-defined hotkey will be a welcome addition.

Also, the ability to exclude certain apps from copy/cut capture would be handy. Perhaps there could even be a hot key available for cut/copy without including in the clippings list. (like option-cmd-c or -x)

Anyway, I'm enjoying this.
[Version 1.0.3]

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paulrudy replied on 27 Oct 2011
I take that back—Scrapbook does already have tha bility to ignore clipboard events from specific apps. I just wasn't looking close enough.

paulrudy reviewed on 16 Oct 2011
Although I'd love to see Apple offer the ability to have a two-line menu bar or some other variation, apps like this are helpful for those of us with smaller screens and a lot of menubar items we like to keep.

I tried some of the alternatives and enjoy the customizability of AccessMenuBarApps. Being able to activate it just with the mouse (by "pushing" the mouse to the top of the screen and/or by "knocking" the pointer twice against the top of the screen) as well as with a hotkey, makes it convenient enough to be worth it.

Only problem is so far, the sound effect won't turn off without the visual effect also being turned off.
[Version 2.1]


paulrudy reviewed on 03 Oct 2011
Hardly "the fastest way known to mankind to find and open apps." Dock menu freezes my system until I invoke the force-close menu. Menubar menu works alright. i don't see the advantage to this vs. simply adding the Applications folder to the dock.
[Version 1.0]

paulrudy commented on 06 Apr 2011
This app is so much "in the spirit of Notational Velocity", as the description says, that it looks from my perspective like more of a near replica, including the fact that it has added some of the recent new features of NV, such as widescreen and tagging. And Notational Velocity was first, is still being developed, and is free (but I'm sure would happily accept user's donations for having developed this style of app first).
[Version 2.0.1]

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paulrudy replied on 06 Apr 2011
and by replica I mean rip-off

paulrudy reviewed on 17 Feb 2011
great idea!
[Version 1.1]

paulrudy tipped on 30 Jun 2010
The download link appears to be wrong. It should be
[Version 3.3.1]

paulrudy commented on 22 Feb 2010
I'm happy to see the developer has started making updates again. This is a useful app and the ability to catalog both online and stored videos is a big plus. My one gripe about it is the "keywords" interface. Checking and unchecking keywords is inferior in my opinion to an interactive tags list that would allow instant type-and-tag as well as instant video search/selection based on tags. As it stands, to get all videos with a particular keyword, you have to create a smart folder for in iVideo for the purpose. Other than that, I've enjoyed using this software and recommend it.
[Version 4.21]

paulrudy commented on 21 Feb 2010
Very nice. MoApp is constantly churning out useful little apps, and here's yet another one. Very handy with a hotkey assigned to it.
[Version 1.0]

paulrudy commented on 24 Jan 2010
As of 1/24/2010, the developer's site is being flagged by google as a possible malware site.
[Version 1.7.1]

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