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Apps: DragThing, fgrab, DiscLabel

updated 02:50 pm EST, Thu February 22, 2007

DragThing, fgrab

  • DragThing 5.7.2 ($30) enhances the custom dock application for Mac OS X, fixing bugs and adding three new dock themes -- titled "Anodised Aluminum," "Black Ice," and "Minimalism." The update enables users to paste clipping items directly into other applications by opening them, and reverts the DragThing sound code back to using QuickTime for playback. [Download - 7.1MB]

  • fgrab 1.0b3 (beta) is a utility designed to capture everything on the screen, saving the output as a QuickTime movie. The software comes bundled with FastCut, a real-time video editor, and the third beta marks the first stable release. Both FastCut and fgrab require Mac OS X 10.4 or later, and run natively on Intel-based Macs as Universal Binaries. [Download - 140KB]

  • DiscLabel 4.1.2 ($33) enables users to create, print, and share CD labels as well as jewel case inserts and DVD covers. The software imports the iTunes track list and iTunes track information into a printable label design, and supports browsing through the iPhoto library to place chosen pictures from iPhoto into a jewel case insert design. The update eases the process of resizing objects by adding more grab handles, and supports rotating objects via the grab handles. [Download - 14.1MB]

  • PasswordWallet 4.0.2 ($20) provides a secure place to store usernames, passwords, PINs, and combinations. The latest release is a complete rewrite from the ground up with Cocoa, streamlining the user interface and improving the "conduit." The update also adds a warning for corrupt or incomplete keyboard layouts when auto-typing, and fixes a problem where the editor window wouldn't activate correctly after the auto-typing palette was dismissed. [Download - 2.5MB]

  • Faber Electroacoustics Toolbox 1.1 ($700) serves as a modularized, multi-channel dynamic signal analyzer and data acquisition platform for the Mac. Faber Electroacoustics Toolbox 1.1 features whole and one-third-octave real-time spectral analysis using digital Butterworth bandpass filters, and supports calibrated sound level measurements in whole as well as one-third-octave bands. [Download - 8MB]

  • SoundSource 1.2 (free) is a rewrite from the ground up of the tiny tool for Mac OS X that enables users to switch audio input and output sources with a single click. With the system setting, users can also transfer system beeps to a secondary audio source. The update improves performance, and requires mac OS X 10.3.9 or later. [Download - 688KB]




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