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Apps: AirPort Radar, Google Maps, Rolling Credits,...

updated 08:15 pm EDT, Tue June 14, 2005

AirPort Radar, Google Maps

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  • Google Maps 1.2 (free) enables you lookup your Apple Address Book addresses using Google Maps. Users can quickly use the Address Book pull down menu to directly access a stored address via Google Maps. It supports addresses in the United States, the UK, and Canada and runs on Mac OS X 10.3 or later. [Download - 100KB]

  • Rolling Credits 1.2 ($10) has been released for Mac OS X Tiger. The application creates scrolling credits for iMovie and Final Cut, offering support for typographical controls and inline images. This version renders DV files much faster and brings Tiger compatibility. It is a free upgrade, while version 1.1 is available for Panther. [Download - Panther, Tiger]

  • Calq 1.3 (free) is an easy to use, on demand calculator for Mac OS X 10.2 or later: "The idea behind Calq is to have a calculator handy when you need it do some basic calculations quickly." It adds support for exponenets, brackets, browsable history of calculations, Mac OS X Services, memory functionality, and more flexible key assignments. [Download - 1.4MB]

  • Launchd Editor 1.01 ($5) provides a graphical interface to modify the values of 'launchd', a Tiger system utility that replaces Unix system utilities such as cron, at, watchdog, init, startup items, etc. The application creates property list files for 'launchd'. [Download - 87KB]

  • Widget Creator (free) is designed for both beginning and advanced widget designers and will help "users create widgets faster than ever with a maximum of ease." It includes Aqua effects templates, a "skeleton" widget to get started, the AppleScript to "flip" your widget, scripts/graphics for a personalized scroll bar, a "virgin" Dashboard icon, and more. [Download - 377KB]

  • WidgetOrganizer (free) is a program to preview, inspect, modify and remove installed Widgets. The software displays all installed widgets (including duplicates) in a table-view, while offering detailed information on any selected Widget (as well as the ability to modify info). In addition, users can choose whether to display the widget in the Dashboard or on screen. [Download - 680KB]




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