updated 10:20 am EST, Fri January 4, 2008
Meander 1.2 update out
Fastforward has released an update for Meander, its mapping application for the Mac. The software is used to mark points, plan trips or measure distances on a map, and allows users to pull maps from online sources as well as ones scanned manually. Version 1.2 is a free update, which now lets users create their own custom measurement units, in addition to relying on common standards. The Preferences window in the software has also been reorganized, in order to match the look of the toolbar/unified window interface.
Two bugs have been fixed as well: the Route Browser should now properly clear previous routes, and the Remove option for the Place Distance Markers tool will properly activate. The full version of Meander costs $20, and is a Universal Binary for Mac OS X 10.3.