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Rjbailey reviewed on 20 Apr 2010
I'm grateful for the download link, for it's enabled me to try out the program. I have to agree with most of the negative comments below. This is a very pretty program that is very Mac-like in several aspects, but for me it's much too feature-limited, especially in regard to missing/hidden security transactions. I find no compelling reason to upgrade from my prior version of Quicken. (Which happens to be Quicken 2002, by the way! Runs fine in Rosetta on 10.6. Big limitation of this old version was loss of ability to import security prices, but I wrote a script to download them from Yahoo into a QIF file which imports nicely into Q2002.)
[Version 1.3.1f4672]

Rjbailey commented on 09 Oct 2009
I used to love KGraph but got frustrated with the slow pace of development. The one thing that kept me coming back was the user-defined curve fit feature I didn't find elsewhere among similarly priced software. If this is important to you, you may wish to invest some time in learning about gnuplot's curve fit options that are more powerful than KGraph's, although with a bit of a learning curve. But hey, it's free.
[Version 4.1.1]

rjbailey commented on 26 Oct 2007
From Apple: Time Machine doesn't backup to AirPort disks: http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=306833

Now if that isn't a fly in the ointment... Using my AirPort disk is the only reason I would want to use Time Machine in the first place!!
[Version 10.5]


rjbailey reviewed on 15 Mar 2007
A1 superior software. The developer is responsive, too.
[Version 1.7.1]

rjbailey commented on 17 Feb 2007
How does this compare to http://xanana.ucsc.edu/xtal/terminal_finder_interactions.html ?
[Version 2.0]


rjbailey reviewed on 21 Dec 2006
These guys have hit a home run with this release, as far as I can tell. Best $40 for software I've ever spent, hands down.
[Version 2.5.3094]

rjbailey commented on 07 Dec 2006
I'm a longtime DW user and proponent. I probably would have upgraded right away at $15-$20. At $30-$40 I would have waited until I needed it. At $50 (plus $9 shipping) I'll try to forget about DW and reinstall from backups if I crash. Some of the new features added are available from other utilities (e.g. AppleJack).

Their choice to charge so much for an upgrade, my choice not to buy it. Gotta love that capitalism.
[Version 4.0]


rjbailey reviewed on 20 Feb 2006
This counters my previous positive review.

iEmulator appears to be completely derivative of the open-source Q (http://www.kberg.ch/q/). Use Q instead.
[Version 1.7.8]

rjbailey commented on 15 Feb 2006
No problems here with the update, following my standard procedure:
1. Download and install the standalone combo updater, and
2. Repair permissions immediately afterward.
[Version 10.4.5]

rjbailey commented on 31 Dec 2005
I'm glad to finally see a Mac OS X version of this program. I got to love it in the days of OS9, but feature-wise it's the same as it was years ago. I hope the developers keep this baby alive.
[Version 3.40b3]

rjbailey had trouble on 06 Mar 2006
AppleJack crashed on my MacBook Pro during permissions repair. If you've had success on an Intel Mac please indicate.
[Version 1.4.2]

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