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NavBar Builder 1.0 debuts

09/02, 6:20pm

NavBar Builder 1.0 debuts

NavBar Builder 1.0 is a new tool from RealMac Software that allows creation of navigation bars for Web sites. The software features over 25 professionally designed navigation bars, unlimited navigation buttons, live preview of JavaScript mouse over effect, Web page export, and a plug-in system. [Classic, Carbon]

RandomBackground 1.0 released

09/02, 6:15pm

RandomBackground 1.0 released

RandomBackground 1.0 is a Mac OS X utility that displays a different background picture at login, using images contained in the user 'Pictures' Directory. The software is under the GNU Public License, and source code is offered.

NetObjects goes out of business

09/02, 6:05pm

NetObjects goes out of business

NetObjects, which had previously offered, its Web authoring package for the Macintosh platform, has gone out of business. The company, almost half-owned by IBM, last Friday said it would be de-listed from the NASDAQ index. NetObjects is attempting to sell its assets as soon as possible.

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