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yNot reviewed on 06 Feb 2007
This is awesome. I would pay for this, and eagerly await to see the direction of this app's future.

I agree that it does need to have key combinations that are assignable. It would be nice to set certain apps as always viewable, or dimmed at a different level, but still active for clicking. This way, apps like iTunes or a web browser winder could be seen for a developer, but not quite as bright as the frontmost window. I see great things from this software. It almost has the feel of a true 3D interface, where one can shove windows into the background to minimize their impact, and bring the most important to the front.
[Version 1.0]

yNot commented on 28 Jan 2007
Looks cool, but too expensive. If their price jumps $400 in one step, what's the next price increase going to be? Would have liked to continue to recommend this to my hosting clientele, but I am not going to get them into a program that sees such price increases. I would have much rather seen smaller and consistent price increases throughout the life of this product.
[Version 6.0.12]


yNot reviewed on 14 Dec 2006
Hands down, the best overall weather program. We used it as a display and it was always getting comments like, wow, that is cool; or how'd you make the weather look so good. Yes, it is payware, but it is worth it. You get what you pay for.

The only thing missing is a screensaver functionality, but maybe some day.
[Version 1.4]


yNot reviewed on 03 Dec 2006
Nice utility, but needs a few features to be effective, at least for me.

Needs to remember download location. A home directory with a bunch of webshots can get to be a mess.

Also needs to have a delay timer, so that locations with dynamic or changing content have a chance to display.

Interface is small and app size is very small, making this a very useful utility with a lot of potential.
[Version 0.2]

yNot commented on 30 Nov 2006
Needs to have the user authenticate to install, which it does not seem to do currently. This is because it is adding something to the system software and could potentially be dangerous (not that it is), but as a matter of process.
[Version 1.1]


yNot reviewed on 08 Nov 2006
Very cool screensaver. It is definitely not for everyone, but for those that love watching problems being sold, right on your screen.

I wish there was a way to change the graphics and / or colors.
[Version 1.1]


yNot reviewed on 21 Sep 2006
Great idea and the performance is good. THe biggest drawback I have is the interface. If you close the window, it stops the plug-in, so you have to have it open. The wide view is cool to look at, but wastes tons of screen real estate. The idea of masking out a window is cool, but it should not come at a cost of wasting space. Kai's Power Tools and Bryce were some of the first to do this with a splash screen. Adobe has later followed with its CS apps. It makes it all look really polished.

I think this plug-in holds a lot of promise, and I anxiously await further versions. Keep up the good work.

Note: Performance can be a little sketchy at point when running iTunes 7. The performance is not really related to this plug-in, but rather iTunes 7, which needs a lot of refinements as of this review.
[Version 1.0]


yNot reviewed on 16 Sep 2006
Nice, but overpriced.
[Version 2.0b3]


yNot reviewed on 13 Aug 2006
It may be beautiful, but its price makes it almost unaffordable by anyone other than a large business. My guess is that the price is due to OpenBase's outrageous pricing. $700 for a basic license puts it out of reach of anyone.
[Version 1.2.2]


yNot reviewed on 30 Jul 2006
Wow. Great to see a fresh effort on a gs emulator. Works great for the most part. A few images failed to load, but all-in-all, a great rebirth for ][gs nostalgia. Keep up the awesome work. For those that do not know what a ][gs is, you missed out on a true machine back in its day. It was light years ahead of anything else. It made leaps in technology that are rarely seen anymore. Yes, all machines get faster and faster, but this brought the depth to computers that in this day are totally taken for granted.

The only wish I would have for this is the ability to lock out the mouse from other programs while it is being run. Otherwise, those with large screens find themselves jumping around to different programs in the middle of playing.
[Version 1.6]

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