Kamil Mytnik
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unGraphic commented on 03 Dec 2013
Transmit is blazing fast. Opens really quick and is easy on memory and resources, unlike other FTP clients (Cyberduck, its so incredibly slow).
[Version 4.4.5]



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unGraphic commented on 03 Dec 2013
Awesome application, everything is perfect except for one missing thing:

At least *some* WYSIWYG capability. I send out a lot of newsletters at work and would like to use Coda over Dreamweaver, but since I use a template, I would have to search for every line of code for the correct placement. Would be nice if in a preview window any highlighted text there would also highlight the code in the code window.
[Version 2.0.12]



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unGraphic reviewed on 25 Oct 2013
Awesome application. Really easy to use, I love the previews it generates with file size display which makes it much easier to to know what youre getting than with using PDF Shrink. Although PDF Squeezer doesn't have as many options as PDF Shrink, the results are very much similar and for a fraction of the cost of PDF Shrink.

Love this app! Thank you!
[Version 3.3.0]



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unGraphic reviewed on 06 Aug 2013
What a tragedy that has happened to this application. It went from being the absolute BEST quick and light weight audio player to downright unusable. It frequently crashes, dragging and dropping audio files into the playlist stalls the application for about 30 seconds, its VERY laggy, simply skipping tracks causes the application to stall...

and worst of all, the absolute worst fact about this app is that its INSANELY high on RAM usage. So high its even worse than iTunes itself.

A lot of users of Vox welcomed in the application on OS X 10.6.8 Snow Leopard. Why? Because 10.6.8 was and still is Apple's most RAM friendly operating system and Vox was the perfect companion. Dropping Snow Leopard support was another major mistake.

While the app looks great, its monumental failure lies within its execution. Terribly outcome for what once was a great application. I'd easily recommend the older beta 0.28 version over this.
[Version 1.0]



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unGraphic reviewed on 03 May 2013
The new beta is amazing, the iTunes integration is awesome but even better is the fact that they KEPT the option to load all music in a folder automatically. This deserves great praise, but there is just as much of a need to give one MAJOR criticism and request:

PLEASE make it available for Snow Leopard! The whole reason for using Vox is to lessen the need for memory hogging iTunes.That said, OS X 10.7 and 10.8 are both guilty of being terrible on RAM.

An OS 10.6.8 Snow Leopard compatible version would be a major blessing, I would GLADLY pay for it too.
[Version 0.96b]



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unGraphic reviewed on 18 Apr 2012
Mission Control is a complete disaster.

Please give us an option in system preferences to turn OFF grouping of windows when Mission Control is activated. A simple OPTION would satisfy so many people and would have ZERO effect on all those that negate this request.

If you have 3 windows open in Illustrator and another 3 open in Photoshop and you want to drag an object from illustrator to photoshop, you need to do the following;

1) Click and hold the desired object in Illustrator
2) Hit a hot corner to activate mission control (show all windows, grouped by app)
3) Hover and hold over the group of windows in Photoshop
4) Hit another hot corner to show all windows from within Photoshop
5) Hover and hold over desired open document in Photoshop
6) Let go of the object and it gets pasted in

STEPS 3 AND 4 RIGHT THERE ARE WHY MISSION CONTROL IS A FAILURE.

Expose allowed everyone to go DIRECTLY into the desired open document window of any specific application, bypassing steps three and four. Lion DID NOT make things easier, it made workflow SLOWER.

Apart from that, its still laggy compared to Snow Leopard, basic things like windows resizing, animations when clicking on tabs, etc is slow and laggy, feels like a Beta test.

Versions needs to be optional, it still isnt.

Its really disappointing seeing the iPadification of OS X. What used to be a great, fast and stable OS is now becoming a giant iPhone/iPad. I'd like to see a desktop act as such, NOT as a big tablet, thats what the iPad is for.
[Version 10.8]



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