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Seagull Video Player 2.1 adds floating window

06/29, 11:25pm

Seagull Video Player 2.1 adds floating window

Seagull Video Player 2.1 is a $20 Mac application for easily creating video playlists and playing them full screen on your computer. It now includes a a Floating Control window that displays the title of the current video and offers convenient access to play, stop, pause, step back, step forward, and navigating through video playlists using a mouse. [Classic, OSX]

Keyboard Maestro 1.1.3 supports \"Jaguar\"

06/29, 11:05pm

Keyboard Maestro 1.1.3 supports \"Jaguar\"

Michael Kamprath has released Keyboard Maestro 1.1.3, which bring improved compatibility with OS X 10.2, better drag & drop, and other bug fixes to his $20 keyboard utility for OSX. A lite version has limited functionality. The shareware offers hot key functions for launching apps, multiple clipboard functionality, and an advanced keyboard switcher.

Security hole in DNS library may affect OS X

06/29, 11:00pm

Security hole in DNS library may affect OS X

CERT has issued a new CA-2002-19 Advisory: A buffer overflow vulnerability exists in multiple implementations of DNS resolver libraries....A remote attacker who is able to send malicious DNS responses could potentially exploit this vulnerability to execute arbitrary code or cause a denial of service on a vulnerable system." The advisory notes that it affects most BSD-based systems that use ISC BIND DNS resolver library (libbind) or BSD DNS resolver library (libc), which are part of many BSD-based systems (Mac OS X is not listed, but Apple has not formally responded to the security bulletin.)

MOTU and Mackie introduce new \"worksurface\"

06/29, 5:35pm

MOTU and Mackie introduce new \"worksurface\"

MOTU and Mackie Designs have co-developed a "customized automated worksurface" for MOTU's flagship audio software, Digital Performer. The new control surface, dubbed Mackie Control, is a fully automated touch-sensitive control surface for MOTU Digital Performer. Transport, zoom, scrub and shuttle mode buttons -- along with a large ergonomic jog/shuttle wheel -- provide complete control over Digital Performer's main transports and zooming/locating features.

Trade Strategist helps build analytic skill

06/29, 4:30pm

Trade Strategist helps build analytic skill

Trade Strategist v0.1.1a is a trading simulation program for Mac OS X that allows users to combine technical and historical skill to "define a mechanical trading strategy." The purpose of the simulation is to improve trading strategy in a zero-risk and game-like environment.

Singapore AppleCentres emulate Apple Store

06/29, 4:00pm

Singapore AppleCentres emulate Apple Store

A Singapore investor group has launched a new Apple reseller, at the popular Wheelock Place, which aims to emulate the look and feel of Apple's U.S. retail outlets. Jimmy Fong, one of four partners in the $500,000 business venture, says the 'AppleCentre' offers a unique experience to the people of Singapore -- an experience Apple South Asia helped guide.

shadowGoogle 1.5: desktop search utility

06/29, 2:35pm

shadowGoogle 1.5: desktop search utility

stupidFish has updated its desktop google search utility, shadowGoogle 1.5, which adds several bug fixes in international character recognition and display bugs, added group, Mac Sites Only search ability and Web Page Translation along with results filtering functions.

Panic posts beta of MP3 player: Audio 3.0b6

06/29, 2:35pm

Panic posts beta of MP3 player: Audio 3.0b6

A MacNN reader notes that Panic has quietly posted a beta of Audion 3.0b6, its popular MP3 player for OS X, which he indicates is "much faster." The site, nor the download, document official changes in this version. [download pulled: private beta]

AOL strives for Aqua guideline compliance

06/29, 1:40pm

AOL strives for Aqua guideline compliance

The latest beta of AOL's Mac OS X client offers a new toolbar that conforms to Aqua guidelines, in addition to other changes aimed at meeting Apple specifications. Changes in Build 11C include the ability to minimize all windows; new keyboard shortcuts for composing mail; a standard Apple menu bar instead of the proprietary AOL toolbar menus. Also removed from the new release is the Sign on/Sign off menu; added, is a new version number of "10.2."

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