Loc: llanidloes - wales
I'm interested in what small applications, outside of the general frame of reference, that folks here use frequently and find useful. For instance, using OS 9 at work I use A-dock and it's top. Any offers?<br><br>
Pardon the lack of links (too lazy today), but...<br> MacLorem - for highly configurable "greeking" in layouts<br> VueScan - pretty decent scan software (not for pre-press, though)<br> You Control - handy menu bar access to lots of apps & utilities<br> Print Window - brings back ability to print directories (OS 9 did it natively) with many options<br> img2icns - coverts any .jpg to an icon with one click<br> MileageSaver - allows me to track mileage deductions<br> Delocalizer - cleans out unwanted language kits to save disk space<br> Carbon Copy Cloner - back-up and system cloning utility<br> QuickTime Broadcaster - records audio & video from iSight<br> PopChar X - menu bar tool for finding/inputing special characters from any font to any app<br><br>Some get used almost daily, others only once in a while.<br><br>
Namely - instant app launcher, type in the unique 2-3 characters to find the one you want<br> iKey - for all the other useful keystroke shortcuts<br> ProcessWizard - for upping (well, downing, really) the nice value on an app when it needs a little oomph<br> PTHPasteBoard free multiple clipboards<br> iClock for multiple timezone clocks, popup calendar, and a decent menubar clock<br> BuddyPop popup address book without the fiddle of widgets<br> OpenTerminal - opens terminal at the folder I'm in in Finder<br><br>...and many more....<br><br>- padmavyuha<br><br>[color:purple]A lopsided man runs best along the little side-hills of success<br>- Frank Moore Colby</font color=purple>
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Loc: Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
- wClock<br>- Yahoo! Widget Engine ( like to see the weather on the desktop)<br>- MenuMeter (to show the network traffic and HD lights on the menu bar)<br>- Growl (to put up a notification cloud of chat messages or ftp messages when their apps are the in the background)<br>- Adium (a chat app that can have different accounts from different providers: AIM, GoogleTalk, MSN, Japper, icq, ... etc)<br><br><br><br>...<br>** DigitalEye **
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