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So I have to rescind my recommendation...
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Posted to Thread #29904 at 7:37 am on Nov 14, 2017
MacGourmet was sold to another company which has made it less user friendly. It will not allow you to save or print to PDF, or to use it without allowing cookies. The only export feature is to their own format which can't be opened by another program.
They have also locked the recipes so you can never transfer or import to another recipe software program.
Inside me lives a skinny woman crying to get out, but I can usually shut her up with cookies!
Other messages in this thread:
- Excellent article, Mo. I just spent days packing up 2 bookcases full of cookbooks [LINK] - MarilynFL - 5:05pm on 10/08/17
- PS: I really REALLY need to find a good recipe software that works with a Mac. [NT] - MarilynFL - 5:12pm on 10/08/17
- MacGourmet [NT] - cheezz - 4:04am on 10/09/17
- Cheezz, is this one that you use and most important: do the ingredient amounts scan in correctly? - MarilynFL - 12:48pm on 10/09/17
- My sis uses it. She uses the 'clippings' feature almost exclusively which grabs web recipes - cheezz - 5:24pm on 10/24/17
- So I have to rescind my recommendation... - cheezz - 7:37am on 11/14/17
- Love Paprika. I have it on my Mac, iPad and iPhone and it syncs all three - rhoward2va - 1:28pm on 10/09/17
- I did the same thing, as we downsized - MoNJ - 1:05pm on 10/09/17
- Lemon Pepper Tuna find - CVS Bumble Bee pouch - colleenmomof2 - 1:42pm on 10/09/17