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A free, easy-to-use personal wishlist or gift registry service where you can create your own custom wishlist and add wishes from any store in a single place. WishCentral makes it easy for family and friends to share wishes, saving guesswork by getting the...

What is iPhoneLikeIndicator? 'iPhoneLikeIndicator' is a fun project I did last night. I always liked the iPhone's network indicator and wanted something similar for OSX. Born was iPhoneLikeIndicator :) It is a little .... convenient entry for your...

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flores

flores 1.4

Just in time for Mothers Day! This ambient email notifier for Dashboard shows a vase of flowers with an added flower for each new email or for new emails from a particular sender or subject. Four colors allows color coded vases for different filters....

A dashboard widget to browse random bash.org quotes. Activating the Dashboard retrieves a new quote. "Get new quote" fetches a new quote.Requirements:Mac OS X 10.4 PPCMac OS X 10.3.9Mac OS X 10.4 IntelMac OS X 10.0Mac OS X 10.1Mac OS X 10.5 PPCMac OS X...

FrameUp

FrameUp 1.3

FrameUp! is a dashboard widget that displays a picture in a customizable frame. It can also monitor webcams in addition to static photos. While monitoring a webcam, FrameUp! can pause the action, rewind, or step through the previous images in the...

With 38 different items to mix and match with, you can build a snowman as unique as you! Snow is not needed! Just a little time and imagination. The widget can be easily placed anywhere on you dashboard to give it some wintry decor, even in the middle of...

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Mac Help Widget uses PHONE, CHAT (ichat, adium, etc) or EMAIL (Apple Mail, Microsoft Entourage, etc) to get support for Macintosh OS X and OS X Server. If no one is online to answer your chat, the request can be sent via email with a very prompt response....

Organized

Organized 1.11

Take care of the little jobs with Organized, a new widget from iSlayer featuring a calendar with events, world clocks, notes and to do's. The calendar and to do's utilize OS X's inbuilt databases, so they're always in sync with iCal and Mail. The world...