Articles posted on February 10th, 2004

Ambrosia Snapz Pro X 2.0: Dubious upgrade practices

Tuesday, February 10th, 2004 • 8:03 am

Ambrosia have released a new version of their flagship screen capture utility Snapz Pro X. While the interface has been significantly revamped, the only really big new feature is advanced video capture. I am a registered user of Snapz Pro X 1.0, and I use it almost exclusively for static screen shots. The Purchase Options […]

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pMachine announces ExpressionEngine, but what about pMachine?

Tuesday, February 10th, 2004 • 7:27 am

pMachine, the company that makes the blogging software that I use, has just announced their next-generation product called ExpressionEngine. It sounds good, but… It’s going to be a significantly more expensive product ($199 vs $45!), and will require quite a bit of work for existing pMachine users who want to “upgrade” their blog, because the […]

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Default Folder X version 1.9.3

Tuesday, February 10th, 2004 • 12:26 am

The excellent system enhancement Default Folder X has just been updated as well. If you spend quite a bit of time in Open/Save dialogs navigating from folder to folder in your hard drive volumes, you’ll soon find that Default Folder is an indispensable enhancement. Version 1.9.3 is a minor update, but it restores the flexibility […]

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Spell Catcher X version 10.1 is out

Tuesday, February 10th, 2004 • 12:20 am

Regular readers of this blog and of my columns know that I am an avid user of Rainmaker Inc.’s Spell Catcher X. Lots of things have happened since the release of version 10.0 of the product, which had to be rewritten from scratch for Mac OS X. Casady & Greene is gone and Evan […]

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