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Thanks Toni, that's very detailed and well-written!
Why don't you just put screenshots from Google Play on the site, so people will know it's not a task list and neither a productivity app, it's something like small note app, that let's you enter what you'll be doing, and why it's important to you, and then press a button when it's done. Though every person can do the same without an app, by using an A4 paper to write down the same stuff with way more effectiveness — as of now, the app literally does nothing except allowing you to make a note. If unability to make such note is what really was the reason for ambitious challengers not to become champions (c), I feel such pity towards them ;) (I truly second that previous opinion, the copy is so wanky — everything that app does can be summarized in one paragraph without adding such much of vague wording that only makes readers tired with business-ish mumbo-jumbo).
"Protected, private" currency from Facebook sounds like "healthy" food from McDonalds ;) Just some random wording, and yet another idea to have more control over when and how you spend money, and then target you with tons of ads ;)
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I thought the main point for any builder, like WebFlow, is getting rid of making something with "raw HTML" ;) sure I can do anything with raw HTML, but seems like WebFlow allows to make pretty any kind of layout without ever touching CSS or HTML, just by manipulating stuff visually and by setting properties. Same for animation. So looks like Oxygen is not yet comparable to WebFlow. I don't advocate WebFlow, pricing for Oxygen seems really interesting, but looks like for cases where you need a small landing page/few pages project that's pretty complex visually, it's better to use WebFlow, not WordPress/Oxygen.
How it’s better from other page builders for Wordpress? Is it possible to take a pretty complex layout from Photoshop/Sketch, and fully make it work with Oxygen, pixel-perfectly? Does it have any animation possibilities?
Too early to buy. Have previous Pixelmator, which is pretty steady. Just tried the trial of Pro, and after a few minutes of photo manipulations, I pressed the button to show layers, and it crashed the system, making it freeze for 15 seconds and then logging me out. Also, I was working with a RAW file and at times it wasn't realtime, even if it states so. Last-gen MBP with 4Gb Radeon and 2.9GHz CPU, thought it's kinda enough for just one RAW :) Definitely not worth $59.99 with such bugs — I haven't seen apps able not just to hang, but freeze the whole system and crash it, for quite a long time.
Got early 2013 MBP with external Dell 4K monitor, and it glitched and rebooted all the time both on Sierra and High Sierra, and started to have very strange and pretty often video glitches on High Sierra. Reinstalls didn't do anything, though installing Nvidia web drivers helped to get rid of reboots, at least. Now swapped it for 2017 MBP and it works flawlessly. But as far as I've investigated, it has a lot of problems with MBPs earlier than 2015, especially with external monitors, so think twice if you've got such a config.
had the same stuff. unfortunately wasn't able to fix it completely, but at least got rid of forced reboots by installing the most recent Nvidia web drivers. so instead of kernel panics and freezes, it started to hang for 5-6 seconds and then work again, which is still not good, but way better than having to reboot.
25 bucks a month for leaving sticky notes over sites? OOOOK! 25 bucks for a lifetime account could have been OK... but monthly?! Come on, guys, InVision, RedPen, Bounce, Prevue, Marqueed are already invented.. like, centuries ago ;) and that's only a few services like that I remember.
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