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MouseZoom is a Mac OS X Cocoa pref pane which speeds up your mouse cursor movement in Mac OS X. As of version 2.0, the speed is set "live" without having to log out before it takes effect. To do this, MouseZoom uses the same method as Apple's mouse panel. Download It Here - (10.6 - 64 bit) Could use feedback on 2.4 version on pre-10.6 systems, as it has not been tested there.
When you throw away applications, they can leave behind support files that never get cleaned up. With Hazel's App Sweep, Hazel will detect when you throw applications away, search for its support files and offer to throw those away as well. Uninstalling applications is integrated with your Trash so you don't even have to think about it. Made a mistake? When you pull the application back out of the Trash, Hazel can re-install the support files for you so you don't lose a thing. In addition, App Sweep can work for all users on the same computer.
This year, with the launch of Lion, Apple has been all about “Back to the Mac” – Taking great features from iOS, and porting them over to OS X. For the most part, this has been fairly successful. For this reason, it makes sense that many iOS developers would do the same. In this roundup, we’ll have a look at the biggest success stories in this field.
02/07/13 Logoist 1.2 released We proudly present a major update for Logoist. With version 1.2 it is now even easier to create impressive Logos, Title Art, Icons, Banners, Web Site Elements, Greeting Card Headings, Buttons, iBooks Author Titles or Picture Collages. Logoist 1.2 introduces a much improved user interface. Furthermore the new version provides significant performance enhancements and various additional filters.
MacFamilyTree has been translated into a total of 15 languages. This means that the entire user interface, including all buttons, labels and menu entries, automatically adapts to the language settings in your Mac's System Preferences. Currently, the following languages are available: English German Danish
iFinance has been translated into a total of 11 languages. This means that the entire user interface, including all buttons, labels and menu entries, automatically adapts to the language settings in your Mac's System Preferences. Currently, the following languages are available: English German French