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Apps: Alepin, Kairos, iDraw, Tcalc

02/15, 8:05pm

Apps: Alepin, Kairos, iDraw, Tcalc

    Alepin 2.3.1 is latest version of MacChampion's notepad and scrapbook application for Mac OS X. This release adds the ability to import hierarchies of text files in many formats. Version 2.31 also adds more customization features and preferences. Alepin is $10 shareware. [Download - 435KB]

    Lightsoft today released Kairos 1.1.1, and update to its weather graphing and monitoring application for Mac OS X. Kairos records the weather conditions for any location you specify and graphs the data. Current weather conditions can be spoken and displayed in the Dock. Version 1.1.1 can now display the weather ("Snowing," "Sunny," etc.) in the Dock; new speech option is available so Kairos only speaks the weather if something has changed since the last weather sample. [Download - 876KB]

    MacPowerUser Software has released iDraw 1.3.1 for Mac OS X. Version 1.3.1 addresses a compatibility issue experienced by users of pre-OS 10.2 systems. This issue prevented many users with OS X versions 10.1.x and earlier from running iDraw. Also fixed in this release is a minor printing issue experienced by some users, as well as some other minor bug fixes. iDraw is an illustration and animation program for Mac OS X. [Download - 600KB]

    Tcalc 2.0 adds native support for Mac OS X, support for keyboards that don't have a keypad and Out Point support to the $22 Mac OS X application that calculates SMPTE time codes. The update also allows multiple Calculators to be in use concurrently, each calculator is independent of the others, and most menu functions and buttons have keyboard equivalents for efficient operation. [Download - 340KB]

Apple launches new iPhoto book order promo

02/15, 1:15pm

Apple launches new iPhoto book order promo

Apple is offering a 20% discount on iPhoto book orders of $60.00 or more when you use iPhoto 2 to place your order between now and April 15, 2003: " Available in a variety of colors and styles and starting at only $29.99, the 10-page, 11x9-inch professional-quality photo albums are a great way to share your memories. And when you purchase two 10-page books, you'll save 20% and have a great gift to share."

Reader: no iLife/Keynote offers for Canada

02/15, 1:10pm

Reader: no iLife/Keynote offers for Canada

MacNN reader Terry Garbutt writes "Apple Canada has a new Education service. You can contact it at 1-800-800-2775. However that phone number is listed anywhere on the Canadian site. More to the point Apple Canada has chosen once again to lag not follow. There is no iLife/Keynote offering to the Canadian educator. The Apple Canada representative I spoke to on the 13th Feb. indicated Apple Canada was waiting to see the "reaction" the offer had in the US. They would be happy to list my "interest" and, no, I was the only one expressing this 'interest'. Another example of Apple Canada's second class treatment on Canada."

Mac OS X 10.2.4 Special Report updated

02/15, 1:05pm

Mac OS X 10.2.4 Special Report updated

We've updated our Mac OS X 10.2.4 Special Report over the last day or so with more than a dozen new reports, including details on the Rendezvous modules in Apache (and the importance of the new configuration file for these features). Other notes include:

    RagePro chip enabled on WallStreet II More iBook modem issues Newtek confirms Lightwave bug XclaimVR (still) doesn't work New Apache Rendezvous details New httpd.conf file has new features Battery Indicator fixed Modem issues: eMac disconnects: PowerBook DVI LCD resolution reset Apache httpd.conf file overwritten


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