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Apps: Inquisitor, xBack, xSort, ArcadeEngine, ...

updated 09:00 am EDT, Mon July 18, 2005

Inquisitor, xBack...

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  • xBack v3.5 ($10) is a utility that allows users replace the desktop with a screen saver. "With xBack, you can bring your desktop to life." The latest version adds quartz composer support and a preference for running xBack at a lower priority. [Download - options]

  • xSort 1.0.1 ($40) is a Card Sorting tool for the Mac OS X. Version 1.0.1 is a maintenance release, correcting some minor issues. xSort allows users to model and conduct a card sorting exercise in a graphical view that simulates a table with physical cards that can be dragged around. [Download - 1.7MB]

  • ArcadeEngine ($50) lets developers create multimedia applications and games, quickly and easily for every major platform. ArcadeEngine makes it easy to animate objects using simple and complex movements, alter movement speeds and detect collisions. [Download - 1.4MB]

  • MacLoggerDX 4.1.1b5 ($95) logs into any Telnet or TNC DXCluster and as DX Spots are received, tunes the radio to the spot, looks up the call and displays the DX station on the real time grey line Map with distance and bearing from the station. The new release adds ILGRadio support to Schedules Panel, bandplan.dat for user-configurable band plan, and Volume & Squelch control & tracking to the Kenwood TS-2000 & TS-570. [Download - 10.9MB]




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