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  • 1.0 stars

    "Good but needs some work."

    September 6, 2005  |   By rubaiyat

    Summary

    This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com.
    It would be very helpful if it auto ejected media as you catalog. At the moment it couldn't be clumsier because to have it recognise inserted media you need to be in the program where you can't cmd E to eject. It even requires you to click OK for every media or manually drag it onto the catalog.

    I lost a large and tediously accumulated catalog because it does NOT save as you go.

    To edit volume names, it forces you to select, get info and then be careful not to hit the customary enter or return when finished because these actually insert a return in the name.

    It will not work with CDs inserted in an external FW drive.

    It can be extremely slow cataloging a volume with a large number of files on a volume.

    On the positive side I do like the look of the program and it allows name changing, which DiskRecall my previous favorite did not allow.

    DiskRecall was brilliantly fast (near instantanious for a CD) )but never made it to OSX.

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