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Apps: PopChar X, Papers, RF Toolbox

updated 06:25 pm EDT, Mon May 7, 2007

PopChar X, Papers

  • PopChar X 3.2 ($45) is a free upgrade to the software for inserting special characters into the text of any application. The update adds options to highlight recently-selected characters and to hide the small "P" in the corner of the screen. PopChar X 3.2 also improves compatibility with QuarkXPress and Adobe InDesign. [Download - 1.7MB]

  • Papers 1.0.2 ($40) enhances the application designed to support scientists in finding as well as organizing research texts on Mac systems. The update ensures EZproxy support works correctly, offers more reliable file renaming as well as database repair, and boasts improved manual editing and matching. [Download - 7.2MB]

  • oXygen XML Editor 8.2 ($225 for pro, $275 for enterprise) allows MarkLogic 3.2 users to debug XQuery code based on the new MarkLogic Server 3.2 XQuery debugging API. oXygen 3.2 brings ISO Schematron support covering ISO Schematron embedded in XML to the XML editor. [Download - [form]]

  • Sticky Windows 2.1.1 ($16) is a an application designed to extend the tab browsing experience to the desktop. The latest iteration enhances compatibility with third-party software, fixes a cursor freeze bug, and improves compatibility with Microsoft Office. The update also ensures that hiding an application won't release its tabbed windows. [Download - 989KB]

  • Luscious SMS Plugin Designer Beta 0.1 (early bird $22, $35 afterward) enables users to create plug-ins for Luscious SMS without any programming knowledge. Users simply define which input fields are required -- such as username and password -- and click a button to submit a form. The plug-in designer also offers advanced users the ability to customize the JavaScript source. [Download - 9.7MB]

  • RF Toolbox 3.3.0 ($20) runs natively on Intel-based Macs as a Universal binary, and adds a resistor color code calculator. RF Toolbox is an antenna design package for amateur (ham) radio operators and othe rradio enthusiasts, taking users step by step through the design of various antenna types including Dipole and helical. [Download - 3.9MB]

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