Jeffrey Meyerson
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Withtlc rated on 16 Dec 2010
[Version 1.9.1]



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Withtlc commented on 26 Jul 2010
I have not had a really good chance to review the new version... but I must say the customer support is excellent... I had an issue on a Saturday, emailed the developer and they actually responded that night.. within a few hours of my email. I was in disbelief... not an automated email - a genuine response on a weekend evening.. Thank-you Stepware..
[Version 7.0.2]



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withtlc commented on 23 Dec 2008
Program is a very good start for a version 1.0 screen/web capture, but its early state of development doesn't warrant the price being charged IMHO. I grant you I have not played with it for hours but I found that when it crashed, it lost my organized library. There does not appear to be anyway to tell it to write out what it apparently is storing in RAM without exiting the application which is a painful way to do a Save. In addition, Little Snapper requires you restart it to select a different library. I am very impressed by the user interface.. and the way that the program allow you to capture a DOM element, but you can accomplish most everything Little Snapper does by simply printing out your web page to a printer driver that saves the output as PDF. There are an incredible number of these programs: YEP, SOHO, DevonThink, Notebook, Snapz, etc. - better yet, most of these programs can search for text keywords in the PDF.. Little snapper requires you to supply the tags and keywords upon which to search requiring you to do a lot more legwork. I expect the next release will support searching the HTML source it stores for text - but presently "search" only looks at the inspector data attributes.
[Version 1.0.1]



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withtlc reviewed on 05 Aug 2008
Very Good Batch image processing program... GraphicsConvertor (Lemkesoft) can perform most of these same operations but not as easily, nor as cleanly. Wish it had EXIF batch time offsets (yes iPhoto will do it but the photos are not always in iPhoto) - as that would seal the deal. Program has a few GUI inconsistencies (you can't drag a folder to EXIF info browser) and its prompt for where to put output is not the standard file folder/selector.. Defining presets for workflows is really nice for defining frequently used workflows.. Uniq features include watermark capabilities, and auto centering of resized images with fill to fit "frames".
[Version 2.2.3]



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withtlc reviewed on 22 Mar 2008
When compared to other comparison utilities - Chipmunk is sorely behind the pack. Program has no contextual menus, lacks ability to reveal duplicates it finds, and its documentation is poor. It is faster than the other comparison utilities but users will want to "quick view" files to make sure they are really duplicates and Chipmunk provides no way to do this (even via the Finder). Each duplicate needs to be exposed by clicking on a "drop down" triangle - there is no way to "Select All" or "Select Multiple" to expand more than one at a time - Printout of the duplicates only mirrors exactly what you have expanded, listings are clipped with regard to long file names/paths in output. HIghly suggest looking at Tidy It Up which is $30 - well worth the $10 cost.. Chipmunk also crashed during my evaluation - requiring rescan of directory/hard drive. On the Positive side - the graphical interface to the directory tree is pretty cool - as to selecting whether to eliminate duplicates outside of the node or within the node - but again - even the procedure for this is not really clear in terms of the online help.. I think it is a good start for this type of program - but it is too highly priced for its very very limited capabilities.
[Version 1.0.1]



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