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Xkeys

Xkeys 1.1.1

Xkeys allows you to open applications, files and folders just by pressing a function key. Function keys can have submenus, further extending the amount of items you can access quickly. Xkeys can be put on standby with a keystroke and is able to run...

Voice Commander is a Mac OS X software that allows commanding applications using the voice. It uses Mac OS X built-in speech recognition technology to produce the appropriate key-presses corresponding to the user installed voice commands. It works by...

An effective backup tool, TypeRecorder X is a must for users who do a lot of typing. TypeRecorder X automatically saves all work to a daily log file, which can be retrieved in the event of an application or computer crash---or if any sort of work is...

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MoniTOR

MoniTOR 1.0.3

MoniTOR lets you test and adjust the most relevant parameters of CRT and TFT monitors: dead pixel, RGB colors, tonal range, gamma response, geometry, pixel size, horizontal and vertical phase, moire, image persistence, sharpness, contrast, etc. What is...

MenuStrip

MenuStrip 3.0.5

Take control of your Mac's menu bar and put the empty screen space to use. Create your own custom system-wide menus full of your most important files and folders. Put shortcuts to all of your favorite applications in the menu bar. Create 'Action Buttons'...

Super Shut Down is a new interface to shut down or restart your mac. This is a little application that you can lauch instead of using the "Shut Down" submenu of the Apple menu. You will recognize the features of the standart shut down interface, with more...

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HotApp

HotApp 1.9.2u

HotApp is a utility application that lets you control various elements of Mac OS 10.1 directly from the keyboard. For example, HotApp lets you launch/switch to your favorite application, open your default browser on a particular URL, execute system action...

You have plenty to do when you connect your iPod. Wouldn't it be great if it all happened automatically? Well now it can. With iPod Launcher you specify items via System Preferences and, whenever you connect your iPod, they launch. Include applications...