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Apps: NetShade, JunkMatcher, PortTerm, iPod.iTunes

updated 11:50 am EST, Mon February 23, 2004

Junkmatcher, PortTerm, ...

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  • RapidWeaver 2.1 updates the $30 web design package that includes 20 pre-designed themes. Version 2.1 supports multiple documents, foreign characters, HTML syntax coloring, 10 new themes, improved PC compatibility of built websites, a redesigned theme system, multipage support, an improved interface, and other enhancements. [2.1MB]

  • JunkMatcher 1.0 is a freeware utility that helps Mail.app users filter spam by matching expressions, meta patterns, raw source cleaning, attachment matching, rendering matching, IP filtering, patterns import, SpamCop, and JunkMatcher Central. [1.2MB]

  • PortTerm 1.3 ($20) is an application for communicating with external hardware via a serial port under Mac OS X. It supports AppleScript, is capable of sending AT commands, offers access to serial ports under Mac OS X, and supports configuration of port settings, continuous data reading, a separate window for writing data to the port, and various formats for data representation. [924KB]

  • iPod.iTunes ($40) can sync music and playlists between different Macs, perform full restore of tracks and playlists, and revert accident deletion of tracks and/or playlists, clone an iPod, and transfer an entire music library from one Mac to another via the iPod. [516KB]




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