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valentinian commented on 29 Mar 2011
Thank you! You don't know how many times my twitchy fingers have lost me a tab or three.

A note: it seems this extension only applies to new tabs created after installation, at least on my machine. I had to close out all tabs and reopen them for the locking to work.

A suggestion: is there a way to have a "soft lock", where the tab itself is locked, but not to its current page? Sometimes I lock a tab purely for to preserve that tab's page history, and right now if I want to use that tab again, I have to unlock it, navigate forward or backward, and re-lock it. Would be nice if there's a mode where it just warned me if a soft-locked tab might be closed.
[Version 1.0]



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valentinian commented on 03 Jun 2009
3.0 works great. The interface is polished & elegant, and it works on Intel now! Thanks for updating the product.
[Version 3.0]



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valentinian commented on 14 Apr 2009
Why is it that every update includes "fixes for vulnerabilities that an attacker can use to overwrite the contents of your computer's memory"? How many buffer overflows can you have in a single office suite?

Where are the real release notes?
[Version 12.1.7]



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valentinian commented on 04 Mar 2009
This is awesome. Just what I wanted to have -- now I don't have to open up Firefox every time I want to debug a remote API call. Overriding Cmd-F to open up a Find panel is a nice touch, too.
[Version 1.5]



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valentinian commented on 24 Feb 2009
Unfortunately this plug-in no longer works on Intel machines, since it's not a universal binary. If you google for DocPreview, there is a universal binary Safari plug-in on Intel machines. But it doesn't work for Firefox, only for Safari.

Can the developer just recompile this thing as a universal binary? I miss being able to open up Word docs in Firefox.
[Version 2.0.1]



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valentinian commented on 25 Oct 2008
An installer? Really? Why does a Bittorrent client require an installer? It's a pretty cut-and-dry application that should stand alone in a drag-and-drop .app file. Do you intend to install random packages into hidden locations on my system? Oh right, it's for the toolbar and other strange third-party things, which I had to explicitly opt-out of.

And of course, it's not a standard Apple installer package, so I can't even figure out what exactly you did to my system, even though I unchecked all the boxes I could to just get the application.

What happened to you, Azureus / Vuze? You used to be cool.
[Version 4.0.0.2]



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valentinian commented on 21 Oct 2008
'preciate it, guys. I've been looking for a fork of CocoaMySQL, ever since the dev stopped working on it. This is looking to be pretty good.
[Version 0.9.2]



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valentinian commented on 16 Sep 2008
Duplicate mode clones the full volume, Boot Camp partition and all, without excessive hacking of the partition maps and MBR and such. Downside of this is that both Mac and Win partitions need to be restored at the same time - but small price to pay for data integrity and peace of mind.

Unfortunately not well updated.
[Version 4.0]



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