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MacHg

MacHg 0.9.11

MacHg is a native OSX GUI client for Mercurial. It is modern and fully multi-threaded using Grand Central Dispatch and threading goodness. It has a clean interface and allows multiple repositories per document, using a standard mac sidebar interface. It...

SpotlightMetadata lets you see the metadata that Spotlight is collecting on your files. This is helpful so you can better understand how it works and use it more creatively/accurately. We use it to better our own programming techniques. It's really simple...

Hawkscope

Hawkscope 0.6.3

Hawkscope is a productivity tool that allows you to access your hard drive contents quickly via system tray icon with dynamic pop-up menu. It allows you to configure your favorite locations for quick opening. Or you can just browse through your hard drive...

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DaemonFS

DaemonFS 1.1

A real time file monitoring software. This tool lets you track modifications to your files. Every time a file gets modified, a notification launched from the tray icon appears. This software may be used for reverse engineering, hard disk usage tracking,...

iMount

iMount 1.3

iMount is a simple GUI for the 'diskutil' command, it allows you to mount/unmount hard drives or partitions without using the Terminal.What is new in this release:Added some preferences Now displays mounted volumes in bold and in italic the non...

This application enables you to export one or more movies to formats compatible for viewing on an iPhone, iPod or Apple TV. __________________________________________________________________________________Requirements:Mac OS X 10.5 -...

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This service will be available in Finder's Services menu and contextual menu if image files are selected. It enables you to rotate one or more images left, right or 180 degrees.What is new in this release:_Requirements:This app requires Mac OS X 10.6, and...

This service will be available in Finder's Services menu and contextual menu if image files are selected. It enables you to batch resize images by simply entering the number of pixels required in the new images' width or by indicating the percentage...