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updated 02:50 pm EST, Thu March 31, 2005

Bubblomania, Edo

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  • Edo 1.0.9 (free) is a high-performance image compositing application that lets users combine and manipulate video files, 3D sequences and still images in a non-destructive way using a powerful node graph visual interface. New features include native plug-in support, nested compositions, keyframing improvements, new color correction and flow control tools, better text layout tools, and more. [Download - 2.6MB]

  • RSS Menu 1.2.1 is a maintenance update to the menu-based RSS reader. It has some noticeable improvements and has a couple of new features like the most requested Growl support. [Download - 232KB]

  • TunesTimer 2.0 is a new version of the iTunes-based timer that no longer needs to use the script to change the time. ScriptTimer is similar to TunesTimer, except without the music component. [Download - TunesTimer 2.0, ScriptTimer]

  • Safari Prairiefire ($6) cleans up Safari's bookmarks and reports dead or expired links. The user can quickly delete, verify, edit, and update the bookmarks. "This is a process that is so tedious to do in Safari that it has become easier to create new bookmark when the old ones go dead." [Download - 1.7MB]

  • Mac Remote Control 1.1 is an application that gives users remote access to their Mac. It allows users to quit or launch applications, as well as sleep or wake up the Mac with the new version. [Download - 178KB]

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