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updated 02:50 pm EST, Tue February 17, 2004

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  • CE Software has released the beta version of its Mac OSX program QuicKeys X2 v2.1. The $100 application automates time-consuming and repetitive computer tasks with customized hot keys, toolbars and much more. The beta will expire on March 31, 2004. [10MB]

  • DX Toolbox 1.5.0 is a $20 radio analysis and forecasting tool for amateur radio operators, and other radio enthusiasts. It adds twenty different shortwave propagation reports and forecasts, and includes enhancements to the program and faster plotting of the grayline map. [1.5MB]

  • CreativePage 3.2 updates the $30 web site creation software made for Mac OS X. The (x)HTML editor adds full scroll wheel support, an improved/updated interface for Mac OS X 10.3 Panther, Dock-aware windows, line number display while editing files, and an improved FTP client. [1.9MB]

  • Luma Code's Mac Minder 2.1 is a maintenance update to the applicaton that helps track/regulate computer usage in Mac OS X. It offers detailed control of/reports on on application usage and day/time computer use and import/export functions for easy administration. Mac Minder is $30 and runs on Mac OS X 10.2 or later. [1.1MB]

  • SnailFile $15 is a easy to use drag'n'drop application that enables you to manage paper documents. SnailFile remembers the time and date that the record was created along with a title, keyword and description so that you can find your documents easily without the need for hours of hunting through files. [296k]

  • MkConsole v1.7 is a little application that displays logfiles on your desktop. The update adds a setting to make the console window 'sticky' so that it remains on the desktop when using Expose. [123k]

  • Apago, Inc has released a free update for their PDF Enhancer 2.0.2. It is a free update to the $180 application. PDF Enhancer 2.0 now supports a much larger selection of "targeted optimizations" that can be applied to a PDF to help reduce its size. [6.9MB]




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