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Apps: Guest PC, FutureBASIC, Surround SCM, MiNews...

updated 11:45 am EST, Tue February 15, 2005

Guest PC, FutureBASIC...

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  • FutureBASIC 4 Release 2 ($170) is a development environment for the BASIC programming language. A preference now allows auto-completion of toolbox parameters. FB now supports manipulation of two-byte (Kanji) text and has extended its handling of XML scripting. [Download - 12.5MB]

  • Surround SCM 3.1 ($600) provides complete control over source code and change management process. Version 3.1 includes news features to work with image files, a CVS conversion utility, and numerous security and usability enhancements. [Download - form]

  • MiNews 0.23 (free) is the latest version of the utillity that provides an interface to scan thousands of Web sites for the latest news, information and articles. News items can now be viewed by selected feed only, in addition to the existing all-feeds mode. Minor bug fixes have also been made. [Download - 1.4MB]

  • PDFpen 2.0.1 ($50) and PDFpenPro 2.0.1 ($95) are updates to the tool that enables users to fill out PDF forms and edit PDFs easily. The new version improves display of multi-line text in forms, allows users to view and follow links in PDF documents, and offers show and snap to grid features. [Download - PDFpen, PDFpenPro]

  • WMF Viewer 1.0 ($10) lets users view WMF image files on Mac, and convert them to numerous vector and raster formats including PDF, EPS, JPG, GIF, TIF, PSD, PICT, PNG, BMP, and SGI. Users can navigate through the images in a folder using navigation keys and keyboard shortcuts. [Download - 1.4MB]




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