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Chris Caouette



Joined: 30-Aug-08 19:43
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Just a little FYI I made the move and so far Qrecall is performing like a champ in case anyone else is curious.

Chris

Lots of Macs here!
Bruce Giles



Joined: 05-Dec-07 03:47
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Chris Caouette wrote:Just a little FYI I made the move and so far Qrecall is performing like a champ in case anyone else is curious.

Thanks, Chris, I was just about to ask about Lion myself. I haven't installed it yet, but plan to do so on at least one computer this weekend.

Question for anyone who knows: Some of the information I've read about the Versions feature of Lion implies (or in some cases, says) that Versions uses Time Machine to work its magic. So, if I have Time Machine turned off, because I'm using QRecall for backup, does Versions still work?

-- Bruce
Steve Mayer



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Bruce,

I don't have Time Machine enabled and the new Lion versioning works just fine (at least in the short test I've done with Omni Outliner). I believe that the application has to support this though. For instance, I can get to previous versions of a file with OmniOutliner through the dropdown in the application title bar. WriteRoom, on the other hand, does not seem to support this feature yet.

Steve
C-J. Kocka



Joined: 21-Jul-07 14:19
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Chris Caouette wrote:Just a little FYI I made the move and so far Qrecall is performing like a champ in case anyone else is curious.

Chris


That's good news, indeed. I was searching for Qrecall on roaringapps.com and couldn't find it. Maybe you would like to enter it there?

Claus
 
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