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DiskStudio 1.6.3

How often have you wished that you could change the partitioning scheme of your hard drive, but not wanted to go through the trouble of completely erasing and reinitializing your hard drive to do so? Now, using DiskStudio, you are able to do this plus...

File Matey

File Matey 1.1.2

File Matey is a user friendly file utility for the ordinary Mac user. It's advanced but at the same time very simple to use, allowing the user to take control of his files File Matey gives you the following: Change attributes like: Locked Hidden extension...


AddFilesCM 1.0.1

AddFilesCM is a utility for concatenating the contents of plain text files, in alphabetical order, and placing the result in a new text file. The generated file is saved in a folder named "AddFiles" of your Home's Documents folder. The file name...

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Find File

Find File 0.3

Like System 7's Find File feature. More comprehensive results than Spotlight for finding by name. No frills, just does one thing and does it well. Free! Requires Mac OS X 10.5, only searches HFS/HFS+ local volumes.What is new in this release:Fixes crash...


ff_rename 0.5.0

Multithreaded Cocoa application with the following features: simple mode for quick renaming expert mode for complex renaming rules regular expression for selecting files in expert mode undo over multiple renamings load and saving of rulesWhat is new in...


stroy 1.0.3

stroy is a smart graphical diff tool. Select 2 directories and stroy computes the differences. Its unique feature is the ability to detect moves of files, even when their content was changed. External file diff programs and viewers are configurable. stroy...

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Valet 1.1.3

Valet records the applications that you use and provides quick and easy access to them. Valet is the nearly zero-configuration application launcher you have been waiting for. Valet watches as you launch applications, allowing you to categorize them on...


ScriptPal 1.1

ScriptPal floats a persistent HUD (heads-up display) palette above iTunes putting just the AppleScripts you need a mouse-click or two away. Instead of having to click and scroll through iTunes' Script menu over and over again for just the two or three...