updated 10:15 am EDT, Mon April 19, 2004
- LIveDictionary 1.0 ($25) is a Safari extension that allows users to receive definitions of words on Web pages simply by placing their cursor over that particular word. Once installed, LiveDictionary functions as a transparent part of Safari. [10.4MB]
- PowerQuote 10.15 ($2000) printing estimating and management software is now availalbe for Mac OS X. Version 10.15 also adds increased flexibility for calculating bindery charges, more useful and accurate user-definable bindery charges, better handling of smaller quantity jobs, and several small refinements to improve ease of use. [form]
- Print It! 1.0 ($25) for Mac OS X allows users to instantly select and print anything displayed on the monitor. The system-wide keyboard shortcut instantly brings up Print It!'s contextual menu with access to advanced features, including time-stamps,notes, multiple non-contigous selections, etc. It runs on Mac OS X 10.2 or later. [1.3MB]
- CourseForum 3.5 and ProjectForum 3.5 are updates to the professional and easy-to-use web software for business and educational collaboration. Version 3.5 introduces Campus licensing (CourseForum: $500 for 250 users) and Enterprise licensing (ProjectForum: $1000 for 150 users), licenses are based on the number of registered users. Other licenses start at $90. [CF, PF]
- Myster PR8 (free) is the latest release to the cross-platform, open-source, Java-based file sharing utility. It brings significant performance increases (>25%), new UDP client and server sections, refined and reorganized Search window controls, better control over download spots, new tab graphics in the Server Stats window, and other changes. [1.0MB]
- URandomLib 2.0 (freeware) is a pseudo-random-number generator library optimized specifically for Macs based on the well-known Ultra PRNG: "URandomLib is much more random than other PRNGs in two additional ways: First, all bits of the variates it returns are random, not just the MSBs.... Second, the functions returning U(0, 1) and U(-1, 1) retain full float precision regardless of the position of the decimal point."