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FruitMenu, App Enhancer, Smart Crash support Leopard

updated 11:40 pm EDT, Mon August 18, 2008

Unsanity updates 3 utils

Unsanity says it has brought Mac OS X Leopard compatibility to three of its utilities: Smart Crash, FruitMenu and Application Enhancer. Designed to allow users to repurpose menus, FruitMenu 3.7 includes various bug fixes and drops QuickTIme in favor of ImageIO to process images. Support for Mac OS X 10.3 has been dropped, and the launch time has been "significantly reduced." FruitMenu allows users to customize Mac OS X menu functions, create hot keys linked to files, folders and commonly used tasks, and instantly set desktop pictures.

SmartCrash Reports version 1.5 includes a host of bug fixes and minor improvements to the utility which enhances Apple's CrashReporter Application. The company says third-party developers can sign up to receive crash reports on their applications direct from users.

Unsanity's Application Enhancer 2.5 and the APE Software Development Kit have also been updated with Leopard support and minor improvements. Application Enhancer allows developers to add plug-ins to change the functionality of various applications. For example, plug-ins can be used to set window sizes or to customize standard OS X menus.

All three utilities require Mac OS X 10.4 or higher and work with PowerPC or Intel Macs. SmartCrash Reports 1.5 and Application Enhancer 2.5 are free. FruitMenu 3.7 costs $10.

by MacNN Staff



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