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No FinderPop for OS X

03/26, 10:00pm

No FinderPop for OS X

Turly O'Connor, author of the popular FinderPop utility, writes: "FinderPop, like most of today's INITs and control panels, will never run in its current form on OS X. I am planning something with similar basic functionality, but it will be rather difficult to achieve the level of integration of the OS 9 version."

Health Tracker 1.6: shareware health tracker

03/26, 9:50pm

Health Tracker 1.6: shareware health tracker

Health Tracker 1.6 adds the ability to display multiple measurements on the same graph to the $10 shareware graphing program to track health related measurements.

Fetch 4.0b7 continues ftp client development

03/26, 9:44pm

Fetch 4.0b7 continues ftp client development

Fetch Softworks has posted Fetch 4.0b7, which includes a number of bug fixes to the popular $25 shareware ftp client.

Connectix posts DoubleTalk 1.01 updater

03/26, 9:25pm

Connectix posts DoubleTalk 1.01 updater

Connectix has posted DoubleTalk 1.01, a free update to its application that provides access to Windows-based networking services.

Tropico Dictators, Designer\'s Diary

03/26, 7:40pm

Tropico Dictators, Designer\'s Diary

GameSpy.com has published an article by Gathering of Developers PR Manager Jeff Smith on six of the possible dictators that can be played in PopTop Software's upcoming building-oriented strategy/simulation game, Tropico. Meanwhile, GameSpot has a published its latest Tropico Designer's Diary which features PopTop Software's Franz Feszl describing the company's acquisition by Take Two Interactive.

Iconfactory\'s World of Aqua for OS X

03/26, 7:25pm

Iconfactory\'s World of Aqua for OS X

World of Aqua—an icon set featuring folders, files, hardware and more that can be used in both Mac OS X and pre-OS X systems—kicks off The Iconfactory's OS X Fest in celebration of this past weekend's release of Apple's new operating system. The site will release a new OS X icon set each day throughout this week that "span a wide range of interests and styles on the part of the artists."

Granet 1.1: realtime networking graphing util

03/26, 7:05pm

Granet 1.1: realtime networking graphing util

Version 1.1 of Granet, a free application for realtime graphing of network throughput, now offers the ability for the user to select the graph color via a preference window, provides a larger graph area through improved window utilization, and has internal performance improvements.

Customizing default icons in OS X

03/26, 6:35pm

Customizing default icons in OS X

Xicons has published an article detailing how to customize the default icons that are a part of Mac OS X retail: "examples of icons that may be customized using the method described include the Trash Can, generic Folders, the Hard Disk and other media icons, et cetera."

Tech: Microsoft releases WIndows XP Beta 2

03/26, 6:30pm

Tech: Microsoft releases WIndows XP Beta 2

Evening tech news: Following the release of Mac OS X this past weekend, Microsoft Chairman and Chief Software Architect Bill Gates has countered with the release of Windows XP Beta 2; a study released by Excite@Home indicates that broadband customers take greater advantage of bandwidth-intensive applications they used when they were on a dial-up connection; Aiwa, a Japanese-based electronics firm majority owned by Sony Corporation, has announced plans to cut its work force in half and shut down all but one of its nine factories; and chipmaker LSI Logic Corporation has announced plans to buy digital video and audio chipmaker C-Cube for $878 million in stock to strengthen its multimedia and entertainment business.

Brother, Epson post OS X-compatibility pages

03/26, 6:19pm

Brother, Epson post OS X-compatibility pages

Both Brother and Epson have posted lists of OS X-compatible printers as well as further info about the companies' respective plans for OS X driver development.

[Epson] "Some printing features are not supported in Mac OS X, including custom paper sizes, banner printing, booklet printing, and watermarks. ColorSync color matching may produce unexpected results when printing to any raster printer. "

[Brother] "We plan to support Printing for the models listed below. Certain Models will be supported immediately, others are in development. Scanning is currently not supported on all models. Scanner drivers are being developed and will be available at a future date. In the future, please check this WEB site for updated information. Printer or MFC models not listed will NOT support Mac OS X."

Infiltration 2.85.3 fixes bugs

03/26, 5:40pm

Infiltration 2.85.3 fixes bugs

Infiltration 2.85.3 is a new version of the realism mod for Unreal Tournament. "...we've quickly fixed the couple of issues that were causing problems, tested this fairly thoroughly, and feel a lot more confident with this 2.85.3 release.  It's a complete patch, so all you need is the 2.85 full release."

Mirabilis posts ICQ 2.6b for OS X

03/26, 5:40pm

Mirabilis posts ICQ 2.6b for OS X

Dylan Neild notes that Mirabilis has posted ICQ 2.6b for OS X, a new version of the popular, peer-to-peer messaging client.

Aleph One for Mac OS X

03/26, 5:35pm

Aleph One for Mac OS X

The Marathon Open Source page has been updated with word that work is underway on carbonizing Aleph One, a popular recreation of Marathon with modernized OpenGL graphics and other amenities. "I've got Aleph One building under CodeWarrior Pro 6, targeting Carbon. It doesn't do networking and doesn't do save/open dialogs. It does build and produce a full binary...but I'm working through some initialization bugs."

Console: Peripherals for Game Boy Advance

03/26, 5:30pm

Console: Peripherals for Game Boy Advance

Evening console news: Mad Catz will unveil 11 new peripherals for Nintendo's Game Boy Advance at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) in May including a travel bag, stereo earphones and an MP3 player; Macronix and Nintendo have expanded their business relationship whereby Nintendo will purchase $75 million worth of semiconductor manufacturing equipment and lease it to Macronix, and Macronix will in turn designate capacity to manufacture products to be used in Nintendo's GameCube and Game Boy Advance; Interplay has announced that MDK2: Armageddon is now shipping for the Playstation 2; and Tripath technologies has announced that Sony has adopted its theater-style sound quality amplifiers to be available for use with its Sony Playstation 2 system.

Strange Flavour releases Bushire

03/26, 4:10pm

Strange Flavour releases Bushire

Strange Flavour has released a new game for the Mac and Mac OS X, Bushfire. The carbonized side-scrolling helicopter action game challenges players to "protect the experimental Goose Spruce forest with your firefighting helicopter and smoke jumpers." The game is released as $3 'Strangeware' with all of the features enabled.

Architosh: ArchiCAD 7, OS X reports

03/26, 2:55pm

Architosh: ArchiCAD 7, OS X reports

Architosh has more on ArchiCAD 7 for OS X, which was introduced at CeBIT Germany (and noted here on Friday). It also posted new reports on OS X Core Technologies and Installation and Initial Workings.

FileMaker plugin provides easy \'Return\'

03/26, 2:55pm

FileMaker plugin provides easy \'Return\'

Return For Filemaker! is a new $14 FileMaker plugin which "enables you to press the return key rather than the enter key when doing loops."

Rocket Arena 1.5 becomes first Mac-compatible

03/26, 2:50pm

Rocket Arena 1.5 becomes first Mac-compatible

David Wright and team have released Rocket Arena 3 1.5, a new version of the popular mod for Quake III: Arena. In Rocket Arena, two players go head-to-head with all weapons and full ammo until one goes down. The next person in line is then thrown in the arena to challenge the winner. This is the first version of the mod that can be run on the Mac. Among the other additions in this new version are five new multi-arena maps, an integrated IRC client, and fixes for the built-in MP3 player.

Beatnik Player 2.2: audio playback plugin

03/26, 2:45pm

Beatnik Player 2.2: audio playback plugin

Beatnik has released Beatnik Player 2.2, which offers playback of Beatnik's audio technologies such as like Beatnik sonified web pages and Mixman eMixes. Beatnik has also posted an update to the Beatnik MusicObject API 3.4 for Web developers, which will provide support for the Mac IE version of the Beatnik Player and offers unique plug-in code to communicate directly with JavaScript on the Mac IE platform using high-level Apple Events. It promises to post code examples for other plug-in developers as well.

Troi OSErrrs 2.0: more codes, network version

03/26, 2:00pm

Troi OSErrrs 2.0: more codes, network version

Troi OSErrrs 2.0 is a $30 FileMaker Pro database which lists Operating System error codes for both Mac OS and Windows. It lists over 4000 error codes and their explanation. Version 2.0 adds hundreds of Mac OS errors, a new "cleaned up" interface, and the option to add the OSErrrs database to your solutions or to host OSErrrs on your network. A runtime version that runs without requiring (a license for) FileMaker Pro is available as well. Licenses are free to registered users of other Troi FileMaker products.

Shareware solitaire game gets updated

03/26, 1:55pm

Shareware solitaire game gets updated

Semicolon Software's Solitaire Till Dawn 4.01 is a "bug-fix release solves a crash-at-startup problem that a few users have reported, and also includes the Sample Games folder that was mistakenly omitted from the 4.0 release."

AOL disconnecting AOL IM clone users

03/26, 1:10pm

AOL disconnecting AOL IM clone users

AOL has begun preventing users from using the Fire, a popular AOL instant messaging clone client that also runs natively under OS X. Users are reporting a disconnection message as of this morning: "You have been disconnected from the AOL Instant Message Service (SM) for accessing the AOL network using unauthorized software. You can download a FREE, fully featured, and authorized client, here."

Adobe commits to OS X, posts statement

03/26, 1:05pm

Adobe commits to OS X, posts statement

Adobe has finally committed to delivering its applications on OS X with a new OS X-compatibility statement posted today at its Website that provides details on each of its applications.

Adobe supports the direction Apple is taking with OS X. Apple's new operating system promises to ultimately deliver a powerful desktop platform with enhanced stability and reliability for the Macintosh customer.

Currently, most of Adobe's software products do not offer native OS X support. Adobe plans to support OS X native mode in future releases of our flagship products, beginning with Adobe® Acrobat® Readertm 5.0.

Hang3000 1.02 adds Oscar winners

03/26, 12:35pm

Hang3000 1.02 adds Oscar winners

Ken Winograd and Space-Time Associates have released Hang3000 1.02, a new version of the word guessing game that updates Oscar-related categories with last night's winners at the 73rd Annual Academy Awards.

AppleInsider: Shockwave 8.5 features \"Tron\"

03/26, 12:30pm

AppleInsider: Shockwave 8.5 features \"Tron\"

AppleInsider has a report on "Tron," a new 3D authoring application from Macromedia set to ship as part of Director 8.5

Hotsync under OS X

03/26, 12:05pm

Hotsync under OS X

Scott H passed along some notes about Hotsyncing his Visor under Mac OS X: "I was able to hot sync my Visor via Classic in OS X. You have to have Classic running and have a Classic app in the fore ground. Also the hot sync has to be in the fore ground while syncing. If you click off it will crash Classic. If you don't have a Classic app in the fore ground when you hit sync it will crash Classic. Palm Desktop worked just fine."

PYRO PlatinumDV ships with Premiere 6.0

03/26, 11:55am

PYRO PlatinumDV ships with Premiere 6.0

ADS Technologies is now shipping PYRO PlatinumDV, its PYRO FireWire/IEEE 1394 PCI host card bundled with the full version of Adobe Premiere 6.0 and all software manuals. The software bundle also includes FireNet Networking software sampler, Boris Factory, and Photoshop LE.

Sharity mounts Windows

03/26, 11:55am

Sharity mounts Windows

Objective Development announced Sharity 2.4b9for Mac OS X, its client for the CIFS (Common Internet FileSystem) protocol that mounts CIFS-based shared volumes under Mac OS X and Unix computers. CIFS, formerly known as SMB (Server Message Block), is the file-sharing protocol used by Windows NT, 95, 98, 2000, ME, Windows for Workgroups, OS/2, Samba and many others. Non-commercial single installations with a single connection are fee, while other licensing starts at $60.

Pillars of Garendall reaches beta two

03/26, 11:50am

Pillars of Garendall reaches beta two

Ambrosia Software's upcoming role-playing game for the Mac, Pillars of Garendall, has reached its second beta and is currently in private testing. The game is being developed by Beenox Studios using their RPG creation utility, Coldstone, which is also in continuing development.

Tech: Weak PC manufacturers expected to fall

03/26, 11:35am

Tech: Weak PC manufacturers expected to fall

Morning tech news: After Micron Electronics' exit from the PC business last week, more PC manufacturers are expected to either consolidate or shut down completely in lieu of the industry's continuing sales slump; Cisco Systems CEO John Chambers warns that the economic downturn in the U.S. will last at least three quarters and is spreading around the globe; Compaq has announced that it will use Microsoft's Windows XP to develop a new tablet-sized PC, which allows a user to write notes directly onto a screen that is about the size of a sheet of paper; and the latest report from research firm Webnoize suggests that Napster users who are sharing the least files are leaving the peer-to-peer networking system while those sharing the most music are renaming their files to work around Napster's court-ordered filtering of copyrighted music.

Aladdin Systems reports Q4 results

03/26, 11:00am

Aladdin Systems reports Q4 results

Aladdin Systems, creators of StuffIt Deluxe and several other Mac applications, today reported a fourth quarter profit of $217,425 on revenues of about $3.4 million. For the year, the company reported a net loss of $362,743 on revenues of about $10 million. Shares of the company are currently trading around 50 cents, close to their all-time low.

Apple \"on trial\" for \"peddling half-baked

03/26, 11:00am

Apple \"on trial\" for \"peddling half-baked

Apple is "On Trial" at Upside.com on charges that it is "peddling a half-baked operating system," referring to Mac OS X. The article presents both points of view and lets readers vote on the decision.

Games: New RumbleFX headphones

03/26, 11:00am

Games: New RumbleFX headphones

games.macnn.com has information on new headphones that rumble when playing games with magnified bass sounds such as explosions, rockets and gunshots.

MythWarrior adds mechs to Myth II

03/26, 10:55am

MythWarrior adds mechs to Myth II

John Whitney (Rohan MoR)—the creator of Leggo My Myth and Leggo II: Arena—has released a new total conversion for Bungie's Myth II: Soulblighter, MythWarrior. The total conversion includes both solo and multiplayer game modes and replaces Myth II's medieval units with "big robots that are armed to the teeth" with weapons such as lasers, heat-seeking missiles and torpedos.

Mercury News takes a gander at OS X

03/26, 10:45am

Mercury News takes a gander at OS X

The Mercury News has published a rather lengthy, generally positive run down of Mac OS X.

About.com: Interview with Susan Weyer

03/26, 10:35am

About.com: Interview with Susan Weyer

About.com has published an interview with Presto Studios PR Manager Susan Weyer on the company's upcoming adventure game for the Mac and PC, Myst III: Exile. Scheduled to ship on May 7, the game will be carbonized for play on both OS 8.x/9.x and Mac OS X. "...with the help of the engineers at Apple, it was really quite easy," said Weyer. "It took just over a day to get everything working natively on OS X."

Virgin Atlantic adds in-flight \'net for all

03/26, 10:30am

Virgin Atlantic adds in-flight \'net for all

Virgin Atlantic has become the first European airline to implement email/Internet service for all passengers on its flights. The service uses the Tenzing system, which is compatible with Macs, PCs, and PDAs.

I/O Magic announces 20 GB MP3 player

03/26, 10:30am

I/O Magic announces 20 GB MP3 player

I/OMagic today announced the Neo Jukebox 2200, a portable MP3 player with a 20 GB capacity. The USB device can also be used as an external hard drive for transferring files. The 2200 comes bundled with Mac software and is expected to ship next month for $500.

Realviz pledges OS X support, applications

03/26, 10:30am

Realviz pledges OS X support, applications

Realviz today announced that it will be bringing its image processing factory software to Mac OS X. The first Realviz title to be ported will be Stitcher, which "combines horizontally and vertically overlapping photos into stunning wide-angle, high-resolution images in seconds." That release will be followed by ImageModeler, which creates 3D models from 2D images. Stitcher carries an $800 price tag, while ImageModeler sells for $4,500.

Instructions for PC GeForce2 MX to Mac

03/26, 10:30am

Instructions for PC GeForce2 MX to Mac

Charlie Hayes has published step-by-step instructions for using a PC GeForce2 MX on the Mac. Confirmed to work with both the Hercules GeForce2 MX AGP and Elsa Gladiac MX AGP, the instructions require that you have a Windows-based PC with a PCI video card and an AGP slot in order to flash the video card's ROM for use on the Mac.

Possible carbonization for Harpoon3

03/26, 10:25am

Possible carbonization for Harpoon3

Jesse Spears has updated the Harpoon3 web site with word on how the cancellation of Harpoon4 affects his personal Harpoon3 project. "...since Harpoon4 is no longer in the picture, there's no legal reasons why the port to Windows can't be finished...which leaves only technical problems." Spears will be looking into carbonizing Harpoon3 for the Mac for use on Mac OS X.

Evergreen releases RumbleFX headphones

03/26, 10:05am

Evergreen releases RumbleFX headphones

Evergreen Technologies has released its $60 RumbleFX Force Feedback headphones, which rumble "with magnified bass sounds such as explosions, rockets, gunshots, and more." The headphones, which plug into any stereo mini-jack, provide a built-in power amplification controller that allows users to fine tune the vibration and volume based on personal preferences.

Console: No blue screen on XBox

03/26, 10:00am

Console: No blue screen on XBox

Morning console news: Microsoft has promised that users of its upcoming XBox game console will not see a blue screen of death on their TV screens, while promising more information this week at the Tokyo Game Show and in May at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3); Squaresoft's Final Fantasy IX nabbed three awards at last week's Interactive Acheivement Awards including Console Role-Playing Game of the Year; and Saudi Arabia's religious authority has issued an edict banning Pokemon games and cards, saying they have "possessed the minds" of children, promote Zionism and involve gambling.

Overclock your PowerBook G4

03/26, 9:15am

Overclock your PowerBook G4

A Japanese Website demonstrates how to overclock a PowerBook G4. The pages shows that the authors were able to increase the speed of a G4/500MHz model to 550MHz and G4/400MHz to 540MHz. [procedure will void your warranty]

CE Software acquires QuickConference

03/26, 9:00am

CE Software acquires QuickConference

CE Software today announced that it has acquired QuickConference, an instant messaging application for Mac and Windows networks. Among the product's highlights, it can work on local networks that do not have an Internet connection and features secure messaging, URL and e-mail support, server linking, custom address books, multi-user logins and more. Pricing varies depending on license size, ranging from $24 per user to $8.

Adobe to take wraps off Atmosphere today

03/26, 9:00am

Adobe to take wraps off Atmosphere today

Adobe today announced Atmosphere, its new 3D Web-authoring tool that allows users to easily create virtual reality-like Web sites. The cutting-edge technology is only employed by select sites, something that Adobe is hopping Atmosphere will change. A Windows beta has also been posted, with a Mac version of the beta due in the early summer. The final release is expected by the end of summer. Pricing has not yet been set. [updated]

VideoScope 1.2 adds OS X support

03/26, 8:55am

VideoScope 1.2 adds OS X support

Evological has released VideoScope 1.2, a Carbon update to its $30 shareware waveform and vectorscope that performs realtime luminance and chrominance analysis of any video source, QuickTime movie or still image.

Tex-Edit 4.1.2b2: text-editing util

03/26, 8:45am

Tex-Edit 4.1.2b2: text-editing util

Trans Tex software has released Tex-Edit 4.1.2b2 for OS X, a pre-release version of its popular text editing utility.

OS X gets bad press

03/26, 8:40am

OS X gets bad press

Silicon.com talks about the possible "embarrassment" about OS X, quoting an analyst accusing Apple of "taking the Microsoft route" by "releasing unfinished products that are followed up by service packs."

Apple. O\'Reilly to publish OS X books

03/26, 8:30am

Apple. O\'Reilly to publish OS X books

Apple has partnered with publishers O'Reilly & Associates and Fatbrain.com to publish a series of books on Mac OS X. The O'Reilly books will be reviewed by Apple engineers and recommended by the Apple Developer Connection, "Learning Carbon" and "Learning Cocoa" will be the first books out, and should be available in May. Fatbrain is taking orders for "Inside Mac OS X: System Overview" and "Inside Mac OS X: Kernal Environment." ADC members receive a 10 percent discount, plus free expedited shipping, on all Fatbrain Apple titles.

Apple\'s updates developer documentation

03/26, 8:30am

Apple\'s updates developer documentation

Apple has posted new pages covering a variety of topics for developers working on Mac OS X. Each section deals with a different facet of the OS, including the architecture, Darwin, Cocoa, Quartz, the User Experience, International Technologies, and Text. In addition, Apple has updated their existing pages on Carbon, Java and its Getting Started page. Also available is a white paper Overview for Developers.

LogotypeMaker 2.2.1 gets bug fix

03/26, 8:30am

LogotypeMaker 2.2.1 gets bug fix

LogotypeMaker 2.2.1 is a maintenance update to Blue Line Studios' utility for choosing an appropriate typeface in the early stages of creating a logotype.

Third-party wireless cards not supported

03/26, 8:25am

Third-party wireless cards not supported

Apple Tech Info Library notes that third-party wireless cards are not yet compatible with OS X. (Most cards are supported by Apple's AirPort software under Mac OS 8.6 and Mac OS 9.).

Reader: speech manager integration in OS X

03/26, 8:20am

Reader: speech manager integration in OS X

Mark Torrance passed along a note about speech manageer integration in the final version of OS X:

"I didn't notice this feature in the Public Beta, but in OS X Final when you run Chess it loads a small, circular speech recognition dialog in "push Esc to speak" mode. The bottom offers a choice to view the speakable commands for this application, which include moving your pieces in Chess by naming them. This works with a Plaintalk microphone in a G4 minitower, and works almost as well on a new TiBook. I was really impressed with this level of application-specific integration of speech recognition; this UI improvement to the speech recognition system has made me into a real fan."

Analyst recommends Apple stock

03/26, 12:15am

Analyst recommends Apple stock

Trevor Newton, a Wall Street analyst, recommended Apple stock in an ON24 interview. He said that Apple is currently "relatively healthy," and that among the company's strengths are that customers are very loyal, and animators/designers love the platform. He says that Mac OS X is the "most dramatic" change to the Macintosh since its inception.

Humane Interface author bashes OS X

03/26, 12:15am

Humane Interface author bashes OS X

News.com has posted a video interview with Jeff Raskin - author of the "Humane Interface" - who says that the new interface isn't an improvement at all. He says that the interface is "pretty much the same," and that the new OS will not last the 15-17 years promised by Jobs because its underpinnings are "20 years old." It should be noted that he has only used the Public Beta of Mac OS X.

Mac OS X-related TILs

03/26, 12:15am

Mac OS X-related TILs

We have compiled a list of Mac OS X-related TILs.

CeBIT flexes new technology

03/26, 12:15am

CeBIT flexes new technology

At the CeBIT conference currently underway in Germany, Western Digital announced what it calls the "largest high-performance" EIDE drive - a 7,200 RPM, three-disk model offering as much as 80 GB of digital storage. The company claims its drive is 33 percent faster than competing models, and produces only 33 dBA of noise. We have also compiled a number of other interesting news items from CeBIT.

osx: TILs, feedback, software updates, more

03/26, 12:05am

osx: TILs, feedback, software updates, more

osx.macnn.com has compiled a list of Apple's OS X-related Tech Info Lirbary articles, more media coverage of OS X, several software updates, and other news.

Congressman introduces anti-spam bill

03/26, 12:00am

Congressman introduces anti-spam bill

Congressman Bob Goodlatte has introduced the "Anti-Spamming Act of 2001," which would allow the Government to press charges against individuals, and fine them $15,000 and up for the distribution or publication of software that could potentially used for mass, unsolicited e-mail.

Weekend: X release, firmware problems...

03/26, 12:00am

Weekend: X release, firmware problems...

Over the weekend we noted reader reports of problems with Apple's firmware updates from Friday, an iMac price-war in the UK, and the release of ScreenCatcher 2.3.3. osx.macnn.com covered the release of Mac OS X and related news.

Roundup: Omni\'s OS X game ports

03/26, 12:00am

Roundup: Omni\'s OS X game ports

Late last week, The Omni Group named the four titles that it will be bringing to Mac OS X; Blizzard Entertainment was awarded Game of the Year for Diablo II by the Academy of Interactive Arts and Sciences; Westlake Interactive indicated that Mac users will be able to play third-party levels created by users in Tomb Raider: Chronicles; Westlake also committed to supporting Creative's SoundBlaster! Live for the Mac in a number of upcoming Mac games including Tomb Raider: Chronicles and Escape from Monkey Island; and Blizzard Entertainment released the first screenshot showing the 800 x 600 resolution being used in Diablo II: Lord of Destruction, marking the first time that the Diablo series offers a screen size beyond 640 x 480.

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