Wayne Clodfelter
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troutnc commented on 12 May 2009
developer's comments appear to indicate this app does not do full (2-way) synchronization which results in updated equivalent directories.

Seems to be a major short-coming in a synchronization application.
[Version 2.1]

troutnc commented on 07 Feb 2009
A neat little app that does what it says it will do...if the window is in front.
What I would prefer is an app that does this via drag and drop onto an icon in the menubar or dock. A simple drag and drop would toggle visibility of the dropped items, and an option-click would toggle "show hidden files in finder."

Thanks to the developer.
[Version 1.1]

troutnc commented on 07 Jul 2007
I purchased this app and now wish I had not.

The reason:
Just 3 or 4 months after purchasing v5.6.1, this new version appeared. Satori has offered no upgrade policy for me to move up to the new version, and I refuse to purchase the same app twice.

I believe this slights people such as me who have supported the upgrade process. I emailed Satori Publishing months ago and was told an upgrade policy was forthcoming. But I have not seen any evidence of any effort to follow through on their part.

I suggest that no one further support such unscrupulous developers.
[Version 6.8]

troutnc commented on 07 Dec 2006
I've been a DiskWarrior user since I first owned a mac. It was high priced but it worked. That was in the days of Mac OS 6, 7, 8, and 9.
I also have TechTool Pro and Drive Genius. And TTP saved my bacon many times. But that was pre OS X.

Under OS X 3 and now 4, I have NEVER had need for any of them. Give Alsoft another 50 bucks? I don't think so. Good backups and OS X are all I need.
[Version 4.0]


troutnc reviewed on 15 Jul 2003
I've used some tremendous freeware and shareware for many years. Never offered a review before.
Can't be quiet about this one. IMHO, the best app, doc, and folder launcher available for OSX at ANY price.
Assign a unique command and launch it or bring it to the desktop with a quick command-key sequence followed by the first few characters of the command you gave it.
EXAMPLE: Control-x to trigger command state, followed by typing "syslib" to open the System/Library folder on your desktop. You only need enter as many characters as necessary for the command to be unique.

One CAUTION here: Be sure and set recursion to NONE before launching a folder, or every item in the folder will try to open when you mount the folder.
[Version 1.0b3]

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