updated 10:05 am EDT, Thu September 22, 2005
MacEase has released , its utility for helping users research, save, and print information from the internet and other applications. MacMagic enables users to automatically combine selections -- even if they are non-contiguous -- and MacMagic lets users instantly convert any selection from anywhere into a new file or append the selection to a pre-existing file. Version 2.0 adds a new Drawer Display mode, enhances windows and graphics throughout the applications, supports search-as-you-type for lists, the ability to print all custom shortcuts, new preferences (including those for the desktop printing functions), automatic redirection of URLs to the browser, and more. MacMagic 2.0 runs on Mac OS X 10.2 or later and is available for $50 ($25 upgrade).