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TabletMagic 2.0b4 (donationware) is an open source project to update serial-based Wacom tablets released before Mac OS X so that they can work in newer operation systems; Mac OS 10.2 or later. This update adds support for more tablets, a "panic" button, and many bug fixes.
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RailModeller 2.3.4 ($30) is tool for slot card and model railroad enthusiasts that helps users create layouts to build. RailModeller comes pre-loaded with 160 tracks and accessories. Providing both 2D and 3D views of tracks RailModeller allows a "comprehensive" graphical editor to users. This maintenance update adds an improved print dialog, bug fixes, and new libraries. The updater is free to any registered user. [Download - 7.2MB]
Smultron 2.0 (free) is an open-source text editor designed to offer users intuitive options such as numbered lines, functions list, support for text encodings, snippets, and many more. This update brings a split view-mode along side a tabbed view-mode allowing users avoid screen 'Clutter'. More additions include better AppleScript support, .Mac synchronization, and full screen editing. Smultron 2.0 requires Mac OS 10.4.5 or later. [Download - 3.5MB]
Digg Widget 3.1 (free) is a Mac OS X Dashboard widget that provides users with all the latest Digg stories--all of which can be searched from within the widget. This latest update adds compliance to the new Digg v3 system. The theme has also been updated along side the ability to revert to the older theme. Mac OS 10.4.3 is required. [Download - 488KB]
AuctionSieve 1.8 (free) is an auction utility for eBay that helps search through many auctions and find the best deals. It allows users to save and keep track of important searches. Many international eBay sites are also supported by AuctionSieve (Including Canada, France, and the UK). This update adds support for 12 digit eBay item numbers, GUI improvements, and the ability to open and run more than one sieve at a time. [Download - 1.3MB]
SeisMac tracks motion
Suitable Systems has released SeisMac, a new software tool that accesses your MacBook or MacBook Pro's Sudden Motion Sensor in order to display real-time, three-axis acceleration graphs. "While a number of products have been released that react to movement through use of Apple's Sudden Motion Sensor, SeisMac is the first to display hundreds of data points per second. SeisMac's resizable, real-time scrolling display shows an enormous amount of acceleration information. Place your laptop on a table and see the vibrations from tapping your toe on the floor. Lay your laptop on your chest and see your heartbeat. And of course, if there is a real earthquake, SeisMac will be displaying full seismic information while you drop, cover and hold-on." SeisMac has a range of plus or minus two gravities of acceleration, displaying 256 values per gravity, sampled two hundred times per second. SeisMac is also compatible with older Sudden Motion Sensor-equipped iBooks and PowerBooks. It is available for free for Mac OS X 10.4 or later.
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