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PiePants v1.0b2: beta PPTP client for OSX

03/25, 8:45pm

PiePants v1.0b2: beta PPTP client for OSX

PiePants v1.0b2 is a PPTP client for Mac OS X that supports encrypted communications for secure connections to any PPTP VPN. This release includes an enhanced, tab-based interface, support for remote gateway and DNS, automatic connection at startup and other minor refinements. PiePants supports a single PPTP connection at any given time.

WebObjects 5.1.1 updates class and jar files

03/25, 5:25pm

WebObjects 5.1.1 updates class and jar files

Apple has released WebObjects v5.1.1, and update to its suite of Java Server Application creation tools. The update changes versions of several WebObjects class and jar files, which requires some projects to be rebuilt to take advantage of issues fixed in the update; price for the full version is $700.

Mulberry 2.2b4; scalable internet mail client

03/25, 5:25pm

Mulberry 2.2b4; scalable internet mail client

Mulberry v2.2b4 is a high-performance and scalable internet mail client that uses the IMAP protocol to access mail messages on a server and SMTP protocol to send messages. Updated in the version are numerous bug fixes and better user features; price is $40.

File Manipulator 2.0.1 fixes Classic bug

03/25, 5:05pm

File Manipulator 2.0.1 fixes Classic bug

Chaotic Software has released File Manipulator v2.0.1 for Mac OS X & 9 which fixes problems with 'Droplets' being launched in Classic. The tool allows move, copy, delete and rename of file and folders as well as modification of File Types and Creators; pricing is $20 for an individual liscense.

FileXaminer 1.0b1 edits file attributes

03/25, 5:00pm

FileXaminer 1.0b1 edits file attributes

Gideon Softworks has released FileXaminer 1.0b1 (formerly Get Info), which allows you to modify file and folder attributes that the Finder cannot ( ex. Type/Creator Info, UNIX permissions, and much more...).

Contextual Menu Workshop 1.2 now available

03/25, 5:00pm

Contextual Menu Workshop 1.2 now available

Contextual Menu Workshop 1.2 is a free framework for creating Contextual Menu plug-ins for Mac OS X. The package includes four free utilities: InternetLocationCM for creating a new Internet Location file with URL in clipboard and copying a URL from Internet Location file to clipboard; FileUtilsCM for setting different file or folder attributes; BinJugglerCM for encoding and decoding MacBinary III files; and GrimRipperCM for ripping off resource forks.

Palm releases Palm Desktop 4.0 software

03/25, 4:55pm

Palm releases Palm Desktop 4.0 software

Palm has released a final version of Palm Desktop 4.0, adding OS X support, improved synchronization & privacy, and vCard and vCal support. Japanese, French, Italian, German, and Spanish versions are available as betas.

Baker 1.5.4: newsgroup utility for Classic

03/25, 2:55pm

Baker 1.5.4: newsgroup utility for Classic

Baker 1.5.4 is a $30 shareware newsgroup utility that fixes several bugs, adds a new update notification feature, and is available also as a Classic version.

pearCalc 0.4: calculator, app launcher

03/25, 2:50pm

pearCalc 0.4: calculator, app launcher

The freeware calculator and application-launcher pearCalc 0.4 offers a new autocompletion-feature for application-names, allows the user to customize the transparency, and also provides a new quick store- and recall-feature without the need to select text first.

Speed Download 1.8fc5: manages downloads

03/25, 2:50pm

Speed Download 1.8fc5: manages downloads

ABT Data Consulting has a released Speed Download 1.8fc5, offering the ability to set downloads for files with specific extensions, better performance, an updated interface, and other enhancements to the $20 shareware.

\"Think Stupid\" describes problems with ADC

03/25, 12:35pm

\"Think Stupid\" describes problems with ADC

Finlay Dobbie's "Think Stupid" talks about Apple's developer policies and his inability to contribute to Apple's open-source Darwin project because of age, other obstacles such as restricted access to Apple's bug database, and most recently the deactivation of his ADC account.

Read-only access to Apple Discussions Area

03/25, 12:35pm

Read-only access to Apple Discussions Area

Apple's Discussions area is back online after being inaccessible for more than a week, but is still "currently undergoing maintenance." Apple is offering read-only version and notes that "any changes made to your profile will not be saved. We expect to have everything normal very soon (next week)." (Our own discussion area is expected to be back online within the next 4-6 hours).

IGN offers impressions of new Apple hardware

03/25, 12:30pm

IGN offers impressions of new Apple hardware

IGN offers its first impressions of "stunning new Cinema Display and a bigger, bolder iPod," noting the higher contrast ratio and brightness in the new Apple Cinema HD Display.

Weblet Chat: pre-built chat for Lasso, CDML

03/25, 11:45am

Weblet Chat: pre-built chat for Lasso, CDML

Brian Dunning's Weblet Chat is a finished, working online chat system for Lasso and CDML, offering easy customization and support for both FileMaker 4 and 5. It is $30.

AppMac updates sMailing 3.5, iWarning 2.1

03/25, 11:40am

AppMac updates sMailing 3.5, iWarning 2.1

AppMac has released sMailing 3.5, an update to the $60 software for sending personal email messages. Version 3.5 adds a new interface, better performance, group management, the abilit to enable/disable addresses, OS X compatibility and other enhancements. iWarning 2.1 is also an update to its free utility to monitor several email accounts, bring better stability and new dock functions under OS X. [SM Classic, SM Carbon; IW]

Bookends 7 adds OS X support

03/25, 11:30am

Bookends 7 adds OS X support

Sonny Software's Bookends 7 is an OS X-compatible version of the Mac-only bibliography/reference and information management system. It can import references from on-line sources into a personal database as well as use Microsoft Word and Nisus Writer add-ins to produce publication-ready documents with bibliographies. A demo limited to 15 references is available online. The $100 application is available with a $30 discount to students and as a $50 upgrade.

Mailsmith 1.5: client integrates SpamCop

03/25, 11:20am

Mailsmith 1.5: client integrates SpamCop

Bare Bones today released Mailsmith 1.5, which brings an easy-to-use mailbox filter creation process, direct reporting ofspam via SpamCop, integrated PGP support on Mac OS 9, and improved OSA (AppleScript) support to the company's email client. It also features the "PCRE" (Perl-Compatible Regular Expression) grep engine and a Glossary function, with user- configurable key bindings to insert frequently used text. It is available for $70 through the end of May. Upgrades from v1.0 are $40.

MacHack: Tim O\'Reilly to keynote

03/25, 11:20am

MacHack: Tim O\'Reilly to keynote

MacHack, the Annual Conference for Leading Edge Developers, has announced that "internet pioneer and activist" (and founder and president of O'Reilly & Associates) Tim O'Reilly will be featured as the keynote speaker. Conference registration is $475 through April 15th ($50 off regular pricing) and includes access to all conference events, 3 meals and the conference banque

Epson posts trial version of scanner drivers

03/25, 9:40am

Epson posts trial version of scanner drivers

A MacNN reader notes that a trial version of Epson's scanner drivers, which he calls "very stable," are available at Epson's developer Website.

File Manipulator 2.0 brings OS X support

03/25, 9:35am

File Manipulator 2.0 brings OS X support

Chaotic Software has released File Manipulator 2.0, which adds OS X support to the $20 utility that can create self-contained droplets to rename, move/copy files and folders,change Types/Creators, catalog files, and perform other functions.

PowerLogix announces 550MHz ZIF upgrade

03/25, 9:35am

PowerLogix announces 550MHz ZIF upgrade

PowerLogix today announced its new PowerForce G4 550MHz ZIF card for Beige and Blue G3 Power Macs. The new G4 ZIF card uses the low-powered 7410 chip from Motorola which is "designed to draw less power and, thus, generate less heat than previous generations of the G4 chip." The $300 upgrade runs at 533MHz in a Beige G3 Power Mac and 550MHz in a Blue G3 Power Mac. It is expected to ship in 2-3 weeks.

Oratorio 1.5: application for churches

03/25, 9:30am

Oratorio 1.5: application for churches

Saguaro Studios is shipping Oratorio 1.5, a $100 application designed for churches and church musicians. It adds multiple monitor support, more formatting options for slides, a revamped song editor, automatic formatting/printing of set lists, and other enhancements. It combines a music library with presentation abilities for assembly of visuals for a service or event.

Willow Design intros another LCD iMac case

03/25, 9:10am

Willow Design intros another LCD iMac case

Willow Design's new Contour Flat Panel iMac case offers protection for the new LCD iMac as well as a few extras. It features sturdy nylon web straps and a comfortable padded wrap handle as well as a contoured, thickly padded shoulder strap. The $178 carrying case is available in black, charcoal, navy, teal, purple, mauve, and red and ships with a lifetime guarantee against defects in materials or craftsmanship.

Pixelpalooza: one week left in icon contest

03/25, 9:05am

Pixelpalooza: one week left in icon contest

Submissions for the Iconfactory's annual icon design contest, Pixelpalooza, are due on Monday, April 1st, 2002; however, this year's contest has one caveat: "We've removed the System Replacement category for legal reasons. If you were planning on entering a Sys. Replacement set this year, you may still do so, but it must be entered into one of other appropriate categories (2D, 3D or OSX) and you must remove all references to Apple, Apple trademarks, logos and names."

PodNotes 1.1 supports longer text notes

03/25, 9:00am

PodNotes 1.1 supports longer text notes

Matthew Bardram's PodNotes 1.1 brings support for notes longer than 1000 characters (by splitting the file into multiple notes) to the application that allows you to create notes to be stored in the iPod contact list.

Other PC vendors also to raise prices

03/25, 8:50am

Other PC vendors also to raise prices

NEC plans to increase prices on its PCs due to rising prices of parts such as DRAM chips and liquid crystal displays; PC vendors IBM and Fujitsu also expected to raise prices by as much as 20% in April, according to Reuters. Last week, Apple raised the price of the iMac by $100, citing rising component costs as well.

Apple soliciting PC users feedback

03/25, 8:45am

Apple soliciting PC users feedback

Apple is asking PC users who are eyeing a Mac and those that have recently bought a Mac to "Share what's on your mind" in an effort to better understand its target audience and its new customer base.

PhotoPage 1.5a1 adds image mask options

03/25, 8:35am

PhotoPage 1.5a1 adds image mask options

John Vink's PhotoPage 1.5a1 adds image mask options as well as the ability to generate invidual pages for photos to the freeware application that enables you to put your collection of images quickly onto the web.

Contact This! v2.1: address book utility

03/25, 8:30am

Contact This! v2.1: address book utility

Pariahware has released Contact This! v2.1, a new version of the shareware ($15) Entourage, Outlook, and Outlook Express Address Book import utility (and standalone address book). It offers a more consistent OS X look, the ability to export .VCF files directly to an iPod, and is now distributed as an OS X package.

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