WiLMa is a location manager. It allows you to create profiles of settings like your desktop image, your iChat status, your network location, your screensaver settings, your Apple Mail and Entourage SMTP servers, your default printer, and your system volume. It also lets you create lists of applications to open or close when a profile is opened. When you connect to an Airport network, or trigger a profile manually, WiLMa changes your settings.
What's new in this version:
- Better icon for menu item
- 'Status' panel reworked to be smaller
- 'Switching profile' notification shown on status panel instead of edit window
- Better screensaver previews
- Reworked interface for much greater user flexibility
- Allow 'Default' profile to be deleted
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