Toast with Jam 5.0 includes the previously released Toast Titanium 5, but adds two additional applications: Jam 5 and Peak LE VST. Jam 5 lets you arrange your tracks and build your 100% Red Book-compliant audio CD. Create dynamic crossfades between tracks, edit PQ subcodes, set the gain for each channel of each track, cleanly trim your tracks, and more. Peak lets you add special effects to your music. If you already own Toast 5, you can upgrade to Jam for the reduced price of $79.95. [OS9 & OS X]
XRay 1.0 is the release version of this excellent utility. XRay offers users a much more detailed view of files, folders, applications and volumes than Mac OS X's "Show Info" window does. Permissions can be changed without resorting to obscure terminal commands. Type, creator and extension can be examined and changed, and their effect on file-application binding is shown immediately. Some new features in this version are: The Classic Finder's "labels" attribute can now be edited and used to colorize icons; The selected panel can now … Read more
Watson 1.5 is a significant upgrade to this excellent desktop interface to the most popular web content and services. Today's release features four new tools: VersionTracker, Translation, Meerkat News, and Reference. Other enhancements include: A new status bar for consistent placement of user interface elements like progress bars; A new, elegant set of toolbar and application icons; Enhanced placement, naming, sizing, and grouping of myriad user interface elements.
FWB SubRosa 1.0.1 is a set of encryption and shredding tools for data protection. This release fixes a problem with displaying large file sizes and progress bars, and attempting to encrypt folders larger than 2 GB will generate an alert. [OS 9 & OS X]
GrabbyWindow 1.0 is a window suspended above all applications, which substantially simplifies working with files. Text and pictures can be added into layout programs (like QuarkXPress or Adobe InDesign), and it offers large size previews of text and picture files.
Impasse 1.1.1 is a new Firewall for Mac OS X.1 written with two design goals: ease of use and intelligence. To that end, Impasse runs in your System Preferences and tries to automatically detect the optimal settings for the services you are running. Impasse has an easy mode for the novice user, who doesn't care to learn about firewall rules, and an advanced mode for the user who wants to configure the firewall to his/her liking.
Cocoa eFax 0.9.4 is freeware Fax software for OS X. This update adds a simple address book, fixes several send/receive bugs, adds scheduling, cover sheets, and more.
Font Viewer 2.3 is a utility to list and test installed fonts. This update adds a help menu and other interface tweaks.
mi 2.1b13 is a freeware text editor with text coloring. No word on what has changed in this release. [OS 9 & OS X]
Swap Cop 1.0.1 is a program for moving the OS X swap file to different volumes; you might want to do this if you have multiple hard drives for a (small) performance gain, or if you are low on space on your main OS X volume.
IPNetMonitor X 0.9b1 provides a set of twelve integrated Internet tools which allow Macintosh users to monitor their connection to the Internet.
DesInstaller 1.0.1 allows you to remove, archive, or create a reinstaller for any software installed via a pkg file. This is a maintenance update.
OmniDiskSweeper 1.3b1 lists every file and directory on that disk, sorted by size. Then you browse through the files and directories, and delete the large ones that you aren't using any more. In this version, you can no longer delete directories under which files are mounted.
GraphicConverter X 4.3 is out. This update contains GC's usual full complement of fixes and improvements. [OS X and OS 9]
Classic Menu 2.5.1 provides OS X with an Apple menu like Mac OS 9's. This release adds a Japanese translation, updated menu icons for OS X 10.1 and improved detection of packages, network aliases and hidden files.