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Apps: Labels X, GoodPage, FlyPath

updated 06:10 pm EST, Wed December 27, 2006

Labels X, Goodpage

  • Labels X 1.8 ($10) improves Apple's file identification features, applying colors to files and folders while sorting by label type. Version 1.8 is a Universal Binary that requires Mac OS X 10.3.9 or greater, and includes better memory usage alongside Application Enhancer 2.0.2. [Download - 2.8MB]

  • GoodPage 1.3 ($100) is a "What You See is What You Get" editor for HTML and CSS files, as well as a remote management tool for updating current websites via FTP (and other methods). GoodPage 1.3 runs natively on Intel-based Macs as a Universal Binary which fixes several bugs. [Download - 1.6MB]

  • FlyPath 1.0 ($13, or free with GoodPage) is a new file browsing and management program boasting features such a quick folder browser, a "shelf" for temporary storage, and one-click shortcuts for a number of file operations. FlyPath is a Universal Binary that requires Mac OS X 10.3 or higher. The program is available for free with GoodPage or as a standalone application. [Download - 700KB]

  • MovieChapterizer 1.3 ($15) adds selectable chapters to a number of file types viewable in QuickTime. MovieChapterizer works with AVI, MP3, and MOV files, allowing users to rename chapters individually for easier recognition. Version 1.3 increases the number of possible chapters to 75, and adds extra controls for play speed as well as direction. [Download - 2.4MB]

  • Opal 1.0.4 ($32) is designed to take notes, track projects, organize lists, and store miscellaneous information in a modifiable outline form. The latest revision includes more export preferences, better format retention for Word documents, and the ability to reopen outlines from a previous session. Opal 1.0.4 also includes numerous fixes and optimizations. [Download - 2.3MB]




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