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9.0d (Apr 13, 2010)
If it doesn't support .WTV files, it's no good.
2.4.8 (Mar 23, 2010)
Their on-line service is still down, and that's one of the main reasons I used this program. NEVER had an issue with multiple duplicates, like I have with other favorites sync programs.
1.5 (Oct 8, 2009)
Latest Symantec signatures reports it as Suspicious.MHP - deletes it upon download.
188.8.131.52 Beta (Mar 24, 2009)
"the file I get from here does not match the file from the homepage.
here I get bsv184.108.40.2065.EN.exe
at the home page:
Download [v220.127.116.112 Oct,28,2008]
MD5 Code: 525477698dad4ca7a56112e82922ca36"
It's two different versions!
8.0 Beta 2 (Sep 5, 2008)
I've got to run it in compatibility mode for BetaNews - if I don't, it seems to drop all text in a span tag!! For example the text about McCain and technology, after the first paragraph about hurdles to overcome, it jumps into the comments section - I didn't even know there was other text until I sent the link to a coworker running FireFox and it showed the huge amount of text it didn't display!
8.0 Beta 2 (Mar 4, 2011 - 4:02 PM)
Good luck with that Android - here's ANOTHER set of apps iPhone won't have!
8.0 Beta 2 (Jul 16, 2010 - 11:10 AM)
I don't think I even KNOW 10,000 words, much less 10,000 VERBS!!
8.0 Beta 2 (Mar 26, 2010 - 3:37 PM)
Maybe the agencies are being more diligent in their reporting, which LOOKS like the incidents went up, when it was just the number of reported incidents that went up.
8.0 Beta 2 (Nov 20, 2009 - 3:08 PM)
In my IT shop, out of 10 of us, 8 went to Macs recently (2 of us manage Windows systems - I stayed with Windows, my "partner" went with a Mac). EVERYONE runs either Parallels or VirtualBox with WinXP or Win7 loaded on it! Mac can't edit the majority of MS documents out there correctly, Entourage is a joke, all they do with the Mac side is browse the web - not one bit of added functionality came with the Macs, quite the opposite. People just want a some kind of change (now, doesn't THAT sound familiar) whether it's a positive OR negative one. As posted earlier, having been surrounded by Macs the past 6 months, and running Windows 7 at home, there is absolutely NOTHING a Mac offers that would tempt me to change. Just the asinine idea of having a application in one screen, while the menu bar for it is on another screen makes me puke. Heck, there isn't even a way to get dual external monitors on the laptop - something PC's offer via a dock every day.
8.0 Beta 2 (Oct 8, 2009 - 8:33 AM)
They could randomly shuffle the choices every time it runs.