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Apps: EarthBrowser, DVDxDV, MBS, BCC, MouseWorks...

updated 05:30 pm EDT, Thu April 29, 2004

Apps: DVDxDV, MBS...

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  • Business Card Composer 2.2($40) is an update to the application creating and printing business cards. This update features Japanese localization and a number of functionality improvements and fixes. [Download - 9.3MB]

  • MBS 4.1, a plug-in for REALbasic, comprises a collection of several plug-in parts which extend the REALbasic development environment with over 380 classes and four controls. Version 4.1 adds Picture Effect classes, a Clipboard class, improved OS X support, and improved Realbasic 5.5 support. [Download - 16.5MB]

  • DVDxDV ($25) and DVDxDV Pro ($80) have been updated to version 1.08. The DVD extraction software now has better picture quality and complete support for DVDs made from standalone DVD recorders. [Download - 794KB]

  • Kensington MouseWorks 2.5b2 is an update to the driver software for its USB mice and trackballs. This version supports all Kensington USB and ADB mice and trackballs except its single-button mice, Turbo Mouse, Orbit 3D, and ValueMouse. [Download - 3.28MB]

  • Lasso CDML Converter provides the means for FileMaker Web developers to migrate solutions built upon CDML to LDML. With the recent release of the FileMaker 7 product line, developers with existing solutions built using CDML are looking for an alternative now that CDML is no longer supported. [Download - 364KB]




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