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Old 06-21-2005, 11:57 PM
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Thanks for the StopSpot thing.

I have finally sucessfully upgraded to Tiger. (I've learned the error of my ways. I have been doing dirty upgrades since PublicBeta!!!!) SD! has been indispensible in the process over the last three weeks and three machines.

So, I finally am confortable with the setup and grab the little thing you threw together. Sheesh. How elegant! As with SD! it does what we need it to do. I wonder what the competition is doing in this regard. I'll look into it tomorrow to give me something to do when I need to screw off for a while.

And thanks for doing the Settings as you do. I stoopidly did not appreciate the full functionality of it all. Now I do and have four, each with their own hotkey. Now if I can just remember to keep the keystrokes straight!

Thank you for you competence, your caring for us and your products, and your sense of humor (StopSpot - get it?).

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Old 06-22-2005, 12:09 AM
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Let's hope Apple doesn't trademark StopSpot, or you're in big trouble! (But I'm glad it turned out to be helpful. It's nice and simple, but shows the kind of thing you can do with SuperDuper!'s extensible "post-copy" scripting.)

Glad things are becoming clearer as time goes on. Settings are one of those things that people tend to not grasp... but they can be quite handy!
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