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Apps: PathFinder, AudioLobe, GarageBuy

updated 06:35 pm EDT, Thu July 5, 2007

UI Browser, PandoCalendar

  • PathFinder 4.7.1 ($35) a maintenance release of the file browser that can provide an effective Finder replacement. The new release features a number of enhancements and bug fixes and is a free update for all licensed Path Finder 4 customers. Among the changes: resolution of an issue where hitting tab in the svn commit panel submitted instead of focussing the cancel button and improved speed of moving items to the trash and deleting items. [Download - 27MB]

  • AudioLobe 1.6 ($20) an application providing audio speed and pitch processing for Mac OS X 10.4. This release adds the Jump menu and keyboard shortcuts to aid skipping through a track. It also adds display fields under the loop start and loop end buttons to show the loop start and end times.  These fields are displayed when the loop button is clicked. Finally, it alters the speed increment/decrement buttons to adjust by 0.05 instead of 0.1 for greater granularity of speed control. [Download - 1.5 MB]
  • GarageBuy 1.0 Beta 5 ($30) application to help you find and purchase items on eBay -- the first Mac desktop application officially certified by eBay for bidding. Supports the ability to place Bids and Purchase Items directly from within GarageBuy, a gallery List View and saved searches. It also has access your iPhoto library directly from within GarageSale, a built in scheduler and free image serving. The new release also includes Growl Support [Download - 13.7MB]

  • PreFab UI Browser 2.0.4 ($55) assistant for Apple's GUI Scripting and Accessibility technologies. It helps you to explore, manipulate and monitor the user interface of most Mac OS X applications running on your computer. Also generates AppleScript statements to control even non-scriptable applications using GUI Scripting. This release adds a new feature for developers testing their Macintosh software products for correct implementation of Apple's Accessibility technology. It also fixes two bugs in generated AppleScript scripts, including one that occasionally assigned invalid AppleScript index number -2147483648 to a UI element. [Download - 1.3MB]

  • PreFab UI Actions 1.2.1 ($35) implements "universal attachability" for AppleScript. With UI Actions, you attach an AppleScript script to a native Mac OS X application. From then on, the script will be triggered automatically every time the user performs the actions you specify in the target application. This release fixes a bug where UI Actions Setup crashed if a script was attached to a target application and the target application subsequently quit, or if UI Actions Setup was relaunched and the target application was no longer running. [Download - 2MB]

  • PandoCalendar 7.0.1 ($35) places a fully functional calendar on your desktop. You can change the calendar's font, size, and the colors used to draw the calendar; the background can be entirely transparent, so you can still see your desktop picture. The new release fixes a bug that would corrupt the end date when importing of a pattern style recurring note that had an end date specified, and another bug that could cause PandoCalendar to crash when importing a pattern style recurring note with a blank pattern. [Download - 1.4MB]

by MacNN Staff





  1. Guest

    Joined: Dec 1969


    GarageBuy is free

    A little correction:

    GarageBuy (buying on eBay) is free GarageSale (selling on eBay) is $29.99

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