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Micromat revises Drive 10 for OS 10.2
Micromat has released Drive 10 v1.1.2, an updated version of its hard disk analysis and repair utillity that adds Mac OS X 10.2 compatibility. Drive 10 retails for $70.
iMeMiner rips photo galleries, \'museum\' pag
Geneffects today released an updated version of its media download automation utility for Mac OS X. iMeMiner 1.1 allows users to batch-download multiple photo galleries; release notes for the latest update were not immediately available.
NHL hockey season schedule for iCal
Robert Daeley has posted downloadable calendar files for Apple's new iCal software that provide users with the NHL 2002-03 season schedule. Despite offering sporting schedules for baseball and basketball, Apple has yet to offer a hockey schedule for avid Canadian, American and international fans. The free team-specific '.ics' files include information for all 30 teams in the league; it does not require subscription.
Vektor3 v3.1.6 gains 10.2 support, more
Schubertit has released version 3.1.6 of its Vektor3 chess program for Mac OS X. The latest release adds support for Mac OS X 10.2, newly designed chess boards and a French localization. The $10 shareware program received a "runner-up" award for 'best Mac OS X technology adoption,' at this year's Apple Design Awards.
Extensis announces new PrintReady product
At the Seybold Expo this week, Extensis announced its new PrintReady product for preparing and sending perfect print jobs. The Web-based system includes a product for designers and small workgroups (under $400) and two enhanced packages aimed at service providers, large printers and publishers.
PocketDock 2.54 organizes and launches apps
PocketDock 2.54 is now available. The utility allows users to organize and launch applications, documents, web links and email addresses, and features multiple skins, drag and drop of links and tabs, multiple docks and different localizations.
iReplace 1.3 offers search, replace functions
iReplace 1.3 is an application for desgined advanced search and replace functions within Web documents. It allows you to specify multiple items to find and replace or just to search for those items and allows you to select special characters and will replace those with the HTML equivalent. A demo of the $13 utility is available online. [Classic, OSX]
Default Folder X 1.6.3 adds Japanese support
St. Clair Software has released Default Folder X 1.6.3, an update to its utility for improving Open and Save dialogs in Mac OS X. Version 1.6.3 improves the reliability of the Default Folder X preference pane, eliminates occasional crashes when launching applications, and adds Japanese language support. It is a free update for registered owners of Default Folder X; while upgrades to the $35 utility are $20.
Reader posts tutorial on WebDAV, iCal
MacNN reader Shawn Wall has written a tutorial on how to configure webDAV support for Apache under OS X to "enable support for storing your iCal calendars so you won't have to pay for .Mac services...for access of your stored calendars from outside locations, you will need permanent broadband access for your mac, and know its ip address."
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