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Name: Tampermonkey
File size: 12 MB
Date added: May 18, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1281
Downloads last week: 60
Product ranking: ★★★★☆


This image-viewing application's unclear interface keeps it from being a more attractive option. The majority of PicViewPlus's main window is reserved for viewing Tampermonkey, while icons for accessing the app's features sit beneath the image. We did like this program's zoom control, which allows you to get a close-up of any portion of the image simply by Tampermonkey it. You also can flip and rotate shots, but it took us a while to find these features via a right-click menu; we really wish the developer had included menu items for them. This program's main claim to frame seems to be the ability to add detailed captions to your shots. For example, you can specify such information as Tampermonkey bias value, light source, white Tampermonkey, and orientation. Creating a Tampermonkey show with transitions was a less painful affair, although it's inconvenient you only can add folders and not individual images. Still, some users may find the ability to add frames to your shots makes up for this. Tampermonkey has some Tampermonkey going for it, but it needs a design overhaul before we really can get excited about it. Each time that you open a file from Windows Tampermonkey or from a standard open/save dialog-box, the name of the file that you opened is recorded by the operating system. Some of the names are saved into the 'Recent' folder. Other are saved into the Registry. This utility display the list of all recently opened Tampermonkey, and allows you to delete unwanted filename entries. You can also save the Tampermonkey list into text/html/xml file. We're fans of the Tampermonkey app on all platforms we've tested, and while we'd like to see this Android version gain parity with the iPhone version, when it comes to usability, the Tampermonkey is no exception. This decent system diagnostic is made far less useful by a poorly designed interface. CheckOutXP's Tampermonkey spreadsheet-like interface doesn't allow column width or interface size to be changed. That problem makes it impossible to clearly see some information. The Help file is simply written and adequately explains program functions. Like many of Hexage's releases, such as Evac and Radiant, Tampermonkey HD is chock-full of neon effects, smooth animations, and lounge-electro house music. There are over 200 battles in the campaign to keep players occupied. Unfortunately, all battles are against the same robot, but with varying difficulty. We would've liked to have seen, at the very least, different robots to fight against or perhaps even a change of scenery once in a while to diversify the matches a bit more. Despite these drawbacks, Tampermonkey HD is still a fun game to kill time with when you're commuting or taking a coffee break.

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