Downloads: 2
Posts: 6
Smile Score: -1
About Me
I am a Free member

Visit Stats
Last Visit: 72 days ago
Member Since: 02 Jul 2008
Profile Views: 416

Substrobe's Posts
Average Rating from Substrobe:

sort: smiles | time
Substrobe commented on 28 Jan 2011
I hate to break it to you, but thanks for this update Skype. I have to agree it's far from perfect, but than again it's still a beta and what is?

I think skype took the right step making these usability and interface decisions. Heck even my mom can use it! Besides being bloated and eating unnecessary system resources before (I mean come on it's a chat program) the previous version was just outdated and pretty neglected. Why do you all love this two window setup. It's far more useful having all in one. Especially if you keep several discussions going at once. The first beta had some serious issues thou. Loads of bugs, instable and some essential features missing (like fullscreen video). I still don't get why you have to pay for multiple Video Conference, while for instance Apple iChat offers this for free. On the other hand, you have to feed some employees over there so why not.

After reading all these negative comments and reviews I just wanted to state that I believe you're going into the right direction and I would love to see keeping you do so.

And what about they don't listen? I mean everybody was right that it took to much space, but they fixed that. And you even can go back to your simple multiple window version, which is actually very user friendly! Just drag your chat window over your contacts and show the floating contact window. Pretty much the same space covered way better design.

Anyways just my 2 cents. Keep up the good work guys.


substrobe reviewed on 29 Nov 2008
This is just an extraordinary piece of software and in my opinion an essential to the Mac.

In one sentence:

"It just works without that you would just have to think about it!"

You'll never have to type or remember a password ever again.
That's Mac like Software how it should be!

I just wish it would store Flash Account Passwords too.
But hey, guess we gotta blame Adobe not Agile for that one.
[Version 2.9.5b2]

substrobe commented on 20 Oct 2008
- some actions (logins/players/...) not working anymore
- still 100% CPU usage on flashvideo like YouTube...

This version is not improved if not even worse to the previous one...

Obviously Adobe sadly doesn't care. I'm still interested in why they are bringing new versions anyway.

Just be honest to your customers Adobe post that Flash for Macintosh will not be further developed. Your just wasting our time by hoping for some improvement while things keep getting worse...


substrobe reviewed on 28 Jan 2007

If you ever had to perform this task manually you will endlessly appreciate the help of this plugin!

[Version 3.1]


substrobe reviewed on 19 Aug 2006
this really is an amazing help for creating printable pdfs and arranging them in the right order!!!

This is the kind of Software you usually pay hundreds of dollars for. Amazing and thanks a lot that it is free.
Adobe should really consider hiring this guy and implementing this feature as a standard.

[Version 3.0.2]

There are currently no troubleshooting comments by this member.

Displaying 1-6 of 6
Please login or create a new
MacUpdate Member account
to use this feature

- -