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Another tool which works with gettext files is http://poeditor.com/. It runs online, so it is suitable for both Mac and Windows and it has a really practical interface for translators to work in.
A very nice program. I use a laptop, so the anti-theft feature is a great thing. I used to pay $50 a year for LoJack, but it's built in here.
WAS a great app but has recently stopped existing.. Can't find any trace of the developer... No Lion support.... And the last version I have, 2.0, seems to be a real cpu hog compared to other (un)compressors. (try extracting a password protected rar-file and wait to enter password, see cpu going crazy, using like 177% just while waiting :p)
I really liked the simpleness of the user interface and the capability to compress RAR files
Recently came across an app called "Entropy". Very nice app, actively developed, (un)compresses a whole lot of filetypes (like 30), nice ui and a lot cheaper 19$ in stead of 8$+29$rarLicence
Think I'll be switching :)
Used to be good when it was a free app called FileList.
Used to also be good when it was free up to version 2
Ever since the devs got greedy and started charging for it it's steadily got worse and worse.
A common problem is either the GUI freezing or it making Finder freeze when you try to drag and drop files into it.
If they do open it takes ages.
Not impressed so deleted...
...there are plenty of paid and free alternatives out there that work much better than this.
The only native intel based app (32-bit) that works for OS X.
Unfortunately it is no longer being developed by the author (last version released 2010) but at least it runs on my ML MBP and even though the app itself is not being developed, the database has been kept fairly up to date (only 2 more recent roms won't show artwork for instance).
Great app when it used to work, but unfortunately hasn't been updated since 2008 with the author having stopped all ongoing development.
As it is a PowerPC architecture app, the last version won't run at all since Apple stopped Rosetta support - so no PowerPC apps run natively since OS X Lion.
I am using Mountain Lion so have had to delete this app (yes, I could run it in a virtual environment using Snow Leopard but that's a hassle to set up - I just want something that runs "as is" on my OS).
An alternative which is also not actively being developed is RToolDS (last version released 2010) . ..but at least it runs on intel chips on Lion and Mountain Lion.
In Summary: Rominator was 5 stars when it worked, but it's now dead development wise with no intel version planned :(
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