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Apps: Mozilla, Radeon Enabler, DropDV, DockFun, XIII

updated 07:25 am EDT, Fri June 18, 2004

Mozilla, Radeon Enabler

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  • PGP Freeware 8.1 offers basic PGP encryption capability for messages and files and is designed for non-for-profit use only. It does not include PGP Disk, integration with major applications, automatic encryption of email file attachments and other advanced features found in PGP Personal Desktop ($60).

  • Radeon Enabler 1.1 (free) patches the ATI Displays application so users can use native features such as "OpenGL Overrides," which enables the user to utilize 3D options like FSAA in games without native support. Version 1.1 adds support for eMac chipsets, Radeon 9700/9600/9000/7500 (PowerBook), Radeon 9200/7500 (iBook), the OEM Radeon 8500/7500, and Radeon Mobility (PowerBook). [1.3MB]

  • DropDV 1.04 ($20) is a Mac OS X droplet which converts MPEG video into DV video streams, which can be used in applications such as iMovie, Adobe Premiere, Final Cut Pro, etc. It preserves the audio track, uses bicubic scaling, offers full YUV pipeline (without RGB conversions), and supports NTSC/PAL output. [276KB]

  • DockFun 4.6 ($20) adds a new search feature in the "Dockpit" featuring "super fast" Searchkit technology, offers better compatibility with Mac OS X Server, and other small enhancements. The application launcher offers an infinite number of dock configurations, autolaunch features, hotkeys, hide/show of specific docks, Donelleschi Docks, and more. [1.1MB]

  • SignalScope 1.5 ($40) is a free update to the 2-channel real-time audio signal analyzer designed to work with Mac OS X-compatible audio hardware. It provides signal analysis in the form of an FFT magnitude and oscilloscope as well as Spectrogram and XY Plotter analysis tools. [902KB]

  • Menu Calendar 2.0b1 is a public beta test of a new version of the popular menubar calendar. It adds a new preferences panel, hotkey activation, and the ability to show appointments/events from iCal in its own little calendar - either as stickies (tool tips) at the calendar or as list of events. Advanced iCal integration will require registration. [628KB]

  • Feral Interactive has released a demo of XIII ($55), its first person shooter that features innovative online multiplayer modes such as Barfight and the cooperative Cover Me, along with classic modes such as Capture the Flag and DeathMatch. It requires Mac OS X 10.2.3 or later and 700MHz Mac. [91MB]

  • ImageBrowser 1.2 (donationware) is a simple program for viewing and organizing images. It offers multiple split-screen windows, multiple thumbnail sizes, basic file operations (renaming, folder creation, etc.), drag & drop support, zoom, keyboard navigation, and more. Version 1.2 offers mouse-based scrolling, image rotation, online help, etc. [268KB]




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