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Sequel Pro v. MySQL Workbench

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Which one of these is more desirable to work with in your opinion?
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I've never used Sequel Pro, and I find MySQL Workbench to be a bit clumsy.  I prefer HeidiSQL.
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Are you Windows or Mac based? I assume by your question you are Mac based?
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I'm using Mac, just made the switch from linux.
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Then my advice is try both and see which works best for you.
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