Wow - six years since my last post here and the software has been through (at least) two new developers and two name changes. As I noted in 2010, I've long since lost interest in the software, but I wish the developer luck.
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How did you get hold of 8.1 to begin with? I thought one had to have a Microsoft account to obtain the upgrade.It's on page 1 of Metro Shopping in Windows 8-cranioscopical (October 21, 2013, 04:50 PM)-Stoic Joker (October 21, 2013, 04:56 PM)
is it only visitable via Win 8, or can I have a link, please?
I have a licensed Win 8 installer, but am still running Win 7.
or should I stay away?Windows 8.1...-Darwin in "So-called upgrades that ruin good programs" (October 22, 2013, 08:10 PM)-Curt (October 23, 2013, 02:12 AM)
From that blog post, things sounds quite reasonable.
If there aren't other "privacy issues" than that, and there aren't going to be, then imho there's nothing to fuzz about. And since it's opensores, people can keep watch... but oh yeah, <tinfoilhat>google could do different builds than from the publicly available source</tinfoilhat>-f0dder (September 04, 2008, 04:43 AM)
Very true. The tinfoil hat wearing side of me is adopting a wait and see approach - just being prudent. I just want to give Google time to clean up the EULA and smarter people than me time to determine what is, or what is not, being done with the data that Google may or may not be mining...-Darwin (September 04, 2008, 04:37 PM)
Were you able to decide on what to do with Google? Now that the time of the benefit of doubt is over regarding the latest guardian releases.-kartal (October 10, 2013, 07:09 PM)
^I suspect that's answered already here:
=it is richer in tools for color adjustment, back light correction, red eye removal etc rather than 'micro' tools like paint brushes etc.-rsatrioadi (September 16, 2013, 11:19 PM)
I'm not really familiar with many editors.
Sagelight - is currently good and has great potential. Mouse orientated (so far). Some interface aspects confusing - initially at least (but I see I'm running 4.2g beta and it's now at 4.4)
Helicon Filter - relatively sophisticated yet easy to use. (Disclaimer: haven't tried it in a couple of years.) License is unclear - looks like it wont work if you dont pay each year )-tomos (September 17, 2013, 03:20 AM)
can't use a product that reads worse than any other window on the desktop.you mean that text looks pixelated and "bleeds" into the white of the screen? That's how I read what you're describing (I'm not seeing it here, though). Can you describe it/provide a screenshot?