By Lab 42 Development
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Works with some annoyances
I went to the developer's website but there was no way to communicate my thoughts there. So here they are...
I agree with the other reviewer regarding the menu bar icon appearance. It's a bit large. I don't see a need for the icon in the menu bar myself. The presence of the menu bar icon seems to have no other reason for being in the menu bar except to indicate that the app is running. There are no preferences. So, imho, the menu bar icon just takes up valuable space.
While the notifications from my github account do appear, and I can get to the github web version when I click on them, I also can't remove them from the notification window/sidebar on a one-by-one basis. This means that after I click on a notification it stays there, notifying me, even though I've dealt with it. I'm not sure what Apple's guidelines are for notifications or if this app conforms to them, but it does seem counterintuitive to me. I like to be notified but I don't want to be persistently notified. Will the notification ever leave the sidebar? Clicking the 'X' next to RemoteHub in the Notification sidebar removes _all_ of RemoteHub's notifications. Not what I need.
Cool little helper app
Seems to work as advertised. Wish that you could turn off the menubar icon… but I believe that would go against appstore guidelines. Maybe if the icon was a tad smaller in the menubar it wouldn't seem jarring to me.
Otherwise no real complaints. Like I said… cool app.