MacGamut made me uncomfortable every step of the process. I'm running the windows version, which may be part of the reason but MacGamut doesn't make any differentiation in the price.
|Trial||Very limited demo|
|Installed Files||1.88 mb|
|Ram Taken||7 mb|
Site designed with adobe pagemill 3 from 1999...
Oh god a self extracting winzip file? Really?
I have to restart my computer for a demo?
Throws a bunch of message boxes at you at the start after its slow loading splash screen that eats 100% cpu. Here are the limitations of the demo.
Here's what it has to offer.
Presets you can pick from. It's customizable but the UI looks like a windows 3.1 program. $40? Really? This?
Get me the heck out.
The website looks like it was built in the 90s using frontpage express (update, it's made with adobe pagemill 3 from 1999...); a frames page with an annoying background and colors. You get a winzip installer before the main installer, and after installing it asks to restart your computer. Why? For a demo? If I want to see what a program is like real quick and I don't want to interrupt what I'm doing just to focus on your app. Someone not paying attention playing the 'next-next-next-ok game' of the installer could get especially annoyed.
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Posted on Wednesday, February 11 2009