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DALiM DiALOGUE provides online proofing
DALiM DiALOGUE provides users with an on-line facility to provide remote and collaborative viewing and soft proofing of high-resolution files via the Internet. It offers the ability to stream data to the browser to allow clients to view the file in high resolution to approve single and imposed pages from any location. Users such as printers, publishers, ad agencies and designers, can offer their customers the ability to view, zoom in/out, navigate (via a "Navigator" palette), place annotations (virtual "Post-it" notes), draw to highlight areas, take densitometer readings, check production parameters, (page size, resolution, etc) and 'chat' in realtime. The software runs on Mac OS X and is compatible with Panther. (Pricing was not available.)
Apps: GPGMail, Conversation, Hackpose...
GPGMail 1.0 is a plug-in for Apple's Mail, providing a front-end to gpg for some operations. It allows you to read/write encrypted messages, as well as electronically signed messages. It adds support for Keychain, multiple secret keys, options to enable/disable disable key trust, symetric encryption support, etc. [Jaguar, Panther]
Conversation 1.3 updates the simple, easy-to-use IRC client for the Mac. It adds new Japanese, German, Italian locations (in addition to English and French), supports most common standard IRC commands, offers Keychain integration, a new toolbar, and other enhancements. [1.1MB]
Jumsoft has released Keynote Objects 1.5, its package of animated 3D objects for
Keynote. Jumsoft's Keynote Objects use both QuickTime and Quartz Extreme to create amazing 3D movies (objects). The $25 package contains 23 high-quality objects and is a free update for registered users. [10MB]
SimplyProjects 1.1b1 is a project management system for small-scale and shareware software development that can be used to track feature requests, to-do tasks and bug reports on a per-project basis. It can also export project information and accompanying records either as plain text (ASCII) or HTML files. [1.6MB]
Stick Software has updated its $15 puzzle game for Mac OS X: Trisection 1.1 adds a new speed control allowing the player to adjust the difficulty of the game and fixes a few other bugs: "Trisection follows in the grand tradition of Tetris, involving fitting falling pieces into an existing matrix." [6.3MB]
eSanta 1.2 (donationware) will "make it easy for your children to send a safe and quick eMail to Santa-they will even get a response while they wait! eSanta simulates an internet connection to the North Pole, so the user doesn't even have to have a real internet connection to enjoy." [472KB]
Hackposé 1.0 turns on the secret Exposé "floating blob" which allows quick control over the Exposé feature in Panther 10.3. It allows users to toggle this feature without having to enter any commands into the terminal. [112KB]
Apple releases open-source Darwin 7.0
Apple has released Darwin 7.0, which corresponds to the release of Mac OS X 10.3 Panther: "Darwin 7.0 (corresponds to Mac OS X 10.3) includes a large number of source projects. These are listed below as they become available. The released version of each Darwin project is available to browse or download as a source archive. To browse the sources click on the project name in the table below. To download a source archive, click on the '.tar.gz' in the same row as the project."
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