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Apps: Launchbar, Path Finder, Menu Calendar, Dantz

updated 12:45 pm EST, Wed March 31, 2004

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  • Path Finder 3.2b ($35) updates Cocoatech's file manager for Mac OS X with new features, including integrated CD burning, completely rewritten fast file search that leverages new OS 10.3 technologies, a new "Connect to Server" window, integrated screen capture capabilities, and other interface refinements and overall improvements. [5.5MB]

  • Menu Calendar 1.6 (free) updates the free desktop-utility for Mac OS X with bug fixes and enhancements to the graphics. The system utility offers instant access to a monthly calendar from your menubar, integration with iCal, custom week settings, and other preferences. [162KB]

  • Dantz Retrospect 6.0.193 updates the backup application with several bug fixes. It includes an updated Device Access bundle (v1.0.5) that provides a workaround to a Mac OS 10.3.3 bug that prevented tape autoloaders and fibre channel tape libraries from working. It also includes changes that increase the speed of duplicates and restores during the Closing phase and now allows "New Media" backups to older (pre-6.0) backup sets (as well as Restore functions). [24MB]

  • CyTV 0.4 (free) is a streaming solution for elgato's EyeTV family of TV tuners. It allows you to watch TV and recorded programs over a wired or wireless network, and it supports EyeTV USB, 200, 300, and 400 and can pause/resume live TV on the client ("timeshift") and change channels remotely. It adds support for EyeTV firewire models, newer EyeTV software, and performance improvements. [430KB]

  • Quicksilver 1.0b2 is keyboard-based application described as "an evolving structure for manipulating any form of data. The current modules include a launcher, a clipboard recorder, and a shelf." [762KB]

  • Hog Bay Notebook 3.1 ($20) adds import/export of folder and file hierarchies, better GUI navigation via the keyboard, and validation of notebooks that are read/write before opening. The application, which allows you record and and organize your thoughts using a notepad and outliner, runs on Mac OS X 10.3 or later. [1.0MB]

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