Tallis
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Tallis reviewed on 10 Apr 2011
Excellent. We've had to wait for quite some time, but finally Frizzix has come of age and is a worthy replacement for DialFritz, which apparently is waning. The developer seems to have listened to requests and suggestions (at least to mine :-). I love the new dial assistant as a small floating window apart from the list of dialed calls. Even better is the integration as a systemwide service so I can have my mac dial any number from any application with a systemwide shortcut.
[Version 1.6.0]



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Tallis reviewed on 05 Dec 2010
Thanks for this, works like a charm. Saves so much hazzle. Should be part of Apple mail
[Version 2.2]



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Tallis reviewed on 14 Feb 2010
After testing it for 3 days I have a feeling I'm not going to buy it.
Nice eye-candy taking advantage of core animation - has been mentioned by almost every reviewer.
While the User Interface is nice, it just takes too many clicks - or steps in between - to insert something from the Clip list or an archive.
Pictures are not displayed in the lists - I don't find it very satisfying to have 10 entries "Picture from Pages"
Texts-clips cannot be edited - only the title they are stored under.
Assigning keyboard-shortcuts to certain clips is nice, but not easy and fast enough.
90% of the time I need just a temporary shortcut for 3-7 items - not something to store in a library for months or years to go ...
[Version 1.5]



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Tallis reviewed on 19 Oct 2009
Works great on Snow Leopard (except it doesn't open iCal when I click on a date).
Is a great replacement for iClock that I'd been using before but is outdated.
I especially like the ability to choose the colored icon -along with any color, any font- even though Apple may have chosen to only encourage black and white (or grayscale) icons.
[Version 1.1r2]


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Tallis replied on 19 Oct 2009
not to forget menucalenderclock, esp. about the icon ...
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tallis reviewed on 14 May 2009
Excellent
I've tested and used more than a handfull of timers, some of them too basic (Timer HB) some of them too feature-laden (Apimac timer) and convoluted (iClock) and some of the just don't feel right (Timer) - I had settled with "Pester" whose user interface and quick way of doing what I want it to do seemed to work best for me.
What I like about Timer Utility is that you can loop the alarm sound until you have manually dissmissed it and that you can set different coundowns (and of course alarms) at the same time, triggering different actions / Alarms sounds e.g.
But ease of use and the price are taking the cake here.
Here's a suggestion: how about having the dock icon display the remaining countdown time?
[Version 3.0]



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tallis reviewed on 14 May 2009
Excellent
I've tested and used more than a hanfull of timers, some of the too basic (Timer HB) some of them too feature-laden (Apimac timer) and convoluted (iClock) and some of the just don't fell right (Timer) - I had settled with Pester whose user interface and quick way of doing what I want it to do seemed to work best for me.
What I like about Timer Utility is that you can loop the alarm sound until you have manually dissmissed it and that you can set different coundowns (and of course alarms) at the same time, triggering different actions / Alarms sounds e.g.
But easy of use and the price are taking the cake here.
Here's a suggestion: how about having the dock icon display the remaining countdown time?
[Version 3.0]



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tallis reviewed on 08 Jan 2009
nice. comes in handy.
Compared to the conversion tool I built myself (with filemaker) this one looks and feels much cooler ...
[Version 1.1]



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tallis reviewed on 28 Nov 2008
Incredibly useful.
collect all the different Log-Ins and passwords from Firefox, Safari, Camino and have them available at any time in any browser (except Opera) Then turn off the potentially dangerous auto-fill password routine in Firefox.
Have different identities / Log-Ins available as well.
A great utility! Wouldn't want to miss it anymore.
[Version 2.9.5b2]



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tallis commented on 27 Oct 2008
Why would anyone spend $ 14 for a functionality that comes with Apple's Preview for free and with complete ease - that's just beyond me ...
And if somebody doesn't like the workflow with that, there is still the freeware product "Combine PDFs" by Christian Schmitz.
[Version 1.0]



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