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Apps: Missing Sync, fScanX, Cocktail, PangeaVR...

updated 12:10 am EST, Tue March 15, 2005

Missing Sync, fScanX

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  • fScanX 1.0.5 ($150) adds support for the Fuji fi-4120C2 scanner, which uses USB 2 for higher throughput of duplex, grayscale, and color scanning. fScanX provides Mac OS X native support for this sheet-fed document scanner, with throughput of up to 25 ppm (200dpi monochrome) and resolutions up to 600dpi RGB. [Download - buy]

  • Cocktail 3.5 Jaguar Edition ($15) offers a graphical interface to numerous maintenance tools and interface tweaks. Version 3.5 includes a built-in uninstaller, support for localizations, support for special characters, a new icon, and the ability to save the information from the Specifications window. [Download - 1.2MB]

  • PangeaVR is a Web browser plug-in that brings OpenGL acceleration to Quicktime VR movies (see our report from Friday). The full Xcode source code project has now been posted to the Pangea Software website. [Download - 386KB]

  • Booxter 1.6.4 ($15) for Mac OS X is an easy to use application that helps manage a book collection. It gathers book information from various sources on the internet to allow you to view, edit, sort, categorize, export and print books in your collection. Version 1.6.4 adds the ability to export to XML and BibTeX formats, and also allows exporting of cover art. [Download - 1.1MB]




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