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updated 04:10 pm EDT, Tue July 26, 2005

TrendyMac, iSpeak

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  • iSpeak It 2.1 ($15) lets users listen to documents on their iPod via OS X's built-in text-to-speech capabilities. This release adds the downloading of directions, many improvements to Web feed and RSS processing, and fixes a number of problems. [Download - 264KB]

  • Barcode Producer 3.6 ($150) is a minor update to the award-winning barcode generation suite for Mac OS X. This update adds Spotlight integration, enhanced 13-digit ISBN support, POSTNET preview, enhanced printing, and other improvements. [Download - 2.6MB]

  • PatternMaker and PatternPack 1.1 are both fully compatible with InDesign CS-2. The PatternMaker 1.1 update includes scripting support for increased creativity and time-saving capabilities. PatternMaker is now free with three PostScript patterns included, or for greater versatility, Pattern-Pack 1.1, a new plug-in with 13 extra original patterns, retails for $100. [Download - options]

  • iCal2Web 1.2 ($8) exports calendars from iCal into an HTML formatted Web page. It can combine multiple calendars, automatically run and generate a calendar every few hours, and display calendars with alternate week beginning days. It handles most reoccurring event types, and every last detail of the resulting HTML page is customizable by the user via its template files. [Download - 36KB]




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