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Apps: CodeWarrior, TouchCAD, MMEmail, iBiz...

updated 06:25 pm EDT, Thu May 5, 2005

CodeWarrior, MMEmail

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  • TouchCAD 3.5 ($800) is a combined 3D modeling and unfolding program focusing on the ability to generate complex 3D shapes and converting them into physically buildable models. New features include image unfolding, support for stretch unfold calculations, user interface improvements, and more. [Download - 12.9MB]

  • MMEmail Preview 1.0 ($35) is a dialog based FileMaker Pro email plug-in. MMEmail has a built-in email window which allows the end-user to compose an email message as if they were using a normal email client. [Download - form]

  • iBiz 2.4 ($30) is an intuitive time-billing and invoicing application with Address Book and iCal integration. Version 2.4 now offers Tiger support, in addition to a new iBiz Dashboard widget. [Download - form]

  • Cyberduck 2.4.5 (free) is a FTP and SFTP browser for Mac OS X users. The new release adds Tag to the list of supported editors, and fixes a bug where no permissions were set on transferred files when the connection closed unexpectedly. [Download - 4.3MB]

  • Intaglio 2.3 ($90) is a Mac OS X Tiger update for the Quartz drawing application. The new version adds a Spotlight importer, Automator actions, support for new Quartz features in Tiger, LinkBack server capability, Improve zoom and scroll options, and more. [Download - 2.7MB]




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