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3.0.1 (Sep 20, 2007)
Technically, this is headed in the right direction.
7.5 (Jun 1, 2007)
Now comes with pre-selected checkboxes for "Free Games Offer" and "Earthsim". This is the same type of tingle I felt when I downloaded my first Nvidia driving containing the Nvidia pop-up blocker!
If ATI/AMD was REALLY smart, they'd include a pre-selected "Free Pizza" and "Free 3 months WoW subscription" boxes... :)
Beta 2 (May 23, 2006)
"- this is mostly bugfix release.
- this version was left running for whole night with other app. using 100% CPU, and it downloaded over 15.000 messages without hassle, so it seems that filters bug has gone"
Nah! You can pry my Exchange/Outlook outta my cold, dead hands! :-)
3.54.132 (May 24, 2005)
I don't really find this software useful anymore. I liked when it had the banner removal. I realize why that feature was removed recently. I think winks/nudges surpass the built-in sound commands these days. Logging is built-in as well...
I think the thing that really irks me is the auto-update feature not requiring admin rights. I was pretty irritated when a bunch of users here got and auto-update and were able to install it (and the spyware) by themselves (in two cases, even though I specifically told them in an e-mail to refuse the sponsor). Oh well. Time to move on I guess...
11.00b (Mar 24, 2005)
I've always loved this editor. My petty little beef with previous versions was the ugly, ugly UGLY installer. Glad it's back to looking professional :-)
11.00b (Jun 6, 2004 - 4:48 PM)
XHTML and many DIV tags! Whoohoo!
I was getting a bit worried when I didn't see any site updates for a few days, and then BAM!, there's this! :-)
11.00b (Sep 27, 2000 - 12:15 PM)
"Save a tree, encode to MP3" (or something like that...)
11.00b (Sep 27, 2000 - 12:13 PM)
...it doesn't take hours to encode anymore. nor does is take hours to download. depends on what equipment you own, and your connection (etc). lets not debate that trite issue. anyway, all my real cds are long since gone and sold to a used cd place, where undoubtedly someday they'll become landfill. physical space - 12 cds on one. it's an environmental issue. lets shift our focus.
11.00b (Aug 8, 2000 - 3:24 PM)
I don't like it. I don't like having to register. I don't like having to have a unique email address. "firstname.lastname@example.org" is already taken by another user, please enter a unique email address to use our s***ty browser. Ya, uhm, okay Netscape, whatever. CSS support is better, but freakin' come on man, it's a 4-year old technology. Get with the damned game. IE kicks ass. Netscape must die.
11.00b (Jul 18, 2000 - 9:04 PM)
All programmers drink Coke anyway, don't they? It's a natural symbiosis. Resistance is futile, long live Microsoft Coca-Cola! :-)