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MacFamilyTree gives genealogy a facelift: it's modern, interactive, incredibly fast, and easy to use. We're convinced that generations of chroniclers would have loved to trade in their genealogy tools for MacFamilyTree. It helps you collect and record facts and data about your family history and turns them into informative reports and charts.
MacFamilyTree comes with countless features to record and visualize your family history - use them to create reports, charts, or nifty 3D views within our Virtual Tree feature. It offers the right solution for all your genealogy needs.
Synchronize your data via iCloud, create webpages, or back your research with the help of the gigantic genealogy database "FamilySearch". You’re an avid genealogist, but you’re always on the go? Not a problem! Simply purchase MobileFamilyTree to use on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch and your options are virtually endless.
- Fixed an issue where MacFamilyTree appeared to be hanging while creating an automatic backup
- OS X 10.7.5 or later
Version 1.0.2: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.
- OS X 10.7 or later
ImageJ is a public domain Java image-viewing and -processing program. It runs either as an online applet or as a downloadable application, on any computer with a Java 1.6 or later virtual machine, and can provide image analytics and basic editing functions.
- Added the Window>Main Window [return] menu command. On Windows, the command is Main Window [enter].
- Added a "Marker size:" menu to the Edit>Options>Point Tool dialog box. The choices are "Tiny", "Small" (the default), "Mediam" and "Large".
- Added a "Zero transparent" option to the Edit>Selection>Image to Selection and Image>Overlay>Add Image commands.
- The recorder no longer records default options (e.g., 'size=0-Infinity') when recording Analyze>Analyze Particles, File>Import>Image Sequence and Image>Stacks>Z Project.
- Image>Show Info displays the image's screen location and, in parentheses, the screen dimensions.
- Plugins>Utilities>ImageJ Properties displays "Max window bounds" and the bounds of all monitors on systems with multiple monitors.
- When creating a straight line selection, the angle displayed in the status bar is now calculated using sub-pixel resolution.
- Added the GenericDialog.setSmartRecording() method, which allows plugins to suppress recording of default dialog box parameters.
- Fixed a bug that could cause a deadlock when using the stack window scrollbar to move through the slices.
- Fixed a bug that caused alt-click removal of a point selection to fail if the point was over an overlay element.
- Fixed a bug that caused Image>Stacks>Tools>Concatenate to sometimes not work as expected with hyperstacks.
- Fixed a bug in the Roi Manager that caused ROIs to not be updated after changing the position in the More>>Properties dialog box.
- Fixed a bug in Image>Stacks>Tools>Make Substack that caused it to not work in batch mode macros.
- Thanks to Ryota Homma, fixed a bug that caused NonBlockingGenericDialogs to not be removed from the Window menu when the dialog was closed.
- Fixed a bug that caused Edit>Selection>Make Band to fail if "EDM output" was not set to "Overwrite" in Process>Binary>Options.
- Fixed a bug that could cause the "ImageJ" window to open behind the Windows taskbar.
- Fixed a 1.48r regression that caused the Image>Adjust>Threshold dialog to throw an exception if it was activated when already open.
- Fixed a 1.48q regression that caused the run("RGB Color") macro function to not work as expected with composite color images in batch mode macros.
- OS X 10.5 or later
- Java 1.6 or later
Accordance is a Bible analysis and study resource. Search and browse analysis of even the unique original language texts. The interactive and customizable Atlas and Timeline combine with collections of images to illustrate the background of the Bible.
- Full support for Retina and HiDPI machines
- Add Parallel menu now lists recently used modules
- Added support for resizing windows from any edge
- Added support for full screen mode on OS X Lion (10.7) and up
- Ability to copy interlinear information via Copy As -> Interlinear
- [KEY] command now supports searching by transliteration, such as [KEY agape] OR [KEY H ahav]
- [COUNT] command now supports '+' and '-' to search for all words occurring more than or less than a number
- External Tool link content now appears in Instant Details for most links
- User Tools and Favorite Workspaces can now be renamed from the Library
- User Note editing can now be initiated by clicking the pencil to the right of a verse
- Again improved amplify by reference to allow adjacent spaces to be selected
- Improved ability to amplify by reference, even if an adjacent space or two is selected
- Improved greek texts to automatically swap words and verses for blank searches, just like other languages already did
- Added the user notes pane when editing a note, if not already present
- Added preference to hide the Add Note pencil
- Added preference to show the notes parallel pane when editing notes
- Added instant details on click-hold for the user notes multiple note icon
- Added contextual menu (right-click) options for the different user note icons next to a pane
- Improved Library speed
- Removing items from the Library now gives the option to also move the item to the trash
- Recent Items list can now be cleared from the Library
- Improved mapping of Bold and Italic variations of fonts
- Changed Search All Toolbar field toggle from Command-Control-F to Control-F
- Updated user note markers
- Updated help menu links
- Updated help
- Updated localization
- Improved highlight repair algorithms
- Fixed crash when failing to load bibliography information
- Fixed error when accessing the Atlas from the Library search
- Fixed bug where a highlight palette may not have room on the screen, now it hides the Symbols area if necessary
- Fixed bug in saving long workspace names and their extensions
- Fixed greek 'pi' export turning into a paragraph symbol (¶)
- Fixed flex hits for potentially conflicting words like 'seed' with 'see'
- Many other misc. bug fixes
OS X 10.6 or later
DbVisualizer is a feature-rich, intuitive, cross-platform database tool for developers and DBA's providing a single powerful interface for a variety of databases. DbVisualizer supports simultaneous database connections; it lets you explore and manage database objects, execute SQL queries, visualize information, and a lot more. Free of charge for commercial and non-commercial use. This edition provides basic level features useful for most users.
- [Connection Setup] Connecting to OpenEdge with Server Info checked in Connection tab results in an error
- [Create/Alter Table] Incorrect handling of data types with more than one parenthesis pair, e.g., INTERVAL DAY(2) TO SECOND(9)
- [DB Support: H2] Filtering schemas in H2 doesn't work
- [Favorites] Hovering a database object in the favorite bar or favorites editor that has been removed may result in an exception
- [Grid Component] Exception when launching the Form Editor by double-clicking in the margin for an empty grid
- [SQL Editor] Replace All may cause an error if the Find What string contains a hashmark
- [SQL Editor] Quick Find does not honor blanks for the first match
- [SQL Editor] Occasionally an error (NullPointerException in AttributedString) is triggered by various editor operations, e.g. the Find and Replace dialogs or simply double-clicking
- [Tool Properties] DbVisualizer on Linux won't start if overridden Java Properties have no trailing newline
- [Tool Properties] User Java VM Properties cannot be edited using Java 7 on OS X
- [Workspace] Exception may occur when floating a tab
- OS X 10.7.5 or later
- Oracle Java 7 (1.7.0_40 or later to resolve blurry fonts on Retina displays) [for Apple Java 6 support, see Related Links]
- customizable background, font, text color
- pin note to desktop to make it stay atop other windows
- snap to screen bounds and other notes
- quickly show/hide via menu-bar icon
- archive with all closed notes
- do not lose your information by accidentally closing the note
- smart position choosing for different display configurations
Version 1.0.4: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.
- OS X 10.7 or later
- dual-pane user interface
- multi-tabbed file management interface allows quick access to favourite remote and local folders
- saving and restoring state of windows and controls
- built-in clients for connection to remote volumes
- supported protocols SSH, SFTP, FTP
- support for mounting remote volumes SMB, AFP
- support for copying and moving files/folders in background (non blocking GUI file operations)
- handling ZIP files as normal file system folders (copy, delete, move, mkdir)
- advanced RegExp-enabled searching for files by name, file content, modification date, size
- built-in text file editor with syntax coloring for Objective-C, Python, SQL, CSS-1, HTML
- text file viewer / editor with support for various text encodings, line numbering, soft word wrapping, subtext searching
- support for Subversion 1.6 (showing state, update, commit, revert, delete, add, cleanup)
- Quickly filter a list of files by name in the file panels
- handling of function keys PG-UP, PG-DWN, END, HOME for file panels
- preferences setting for switching tabs wide between variable and constant size value
- support for switching dual pane from vertical to horizontal splitting view
- custom tools configuration support
- SIDEBAR panel
- support for defining custom groups on SIDEBAR
- support for reordering groups and FAVS items on SIDEBAR using Drag&Drop
- support for copy files/folders to folders on SIDEBAR using Drag&Drop method
- support for Drag&Drop files and folders to FAVORITES on SIDEBAR
- support for configuration of confirmations for delete, copy and move operations
- 'Reveal in Finder' option in main menu
- hide / show hidden and system files
- fullscreen support
- support for hiding, moving and sorting columns in file table panels by a single click on the header
- keyboard support with shortcuts
- advanced files selection support
- support for saving and loading passwords in the keychain
- support for drag-and-drop operations
- support for re-run application in admin mode
- QuickLook integration
- Terminal integration
- new folder and new empty files creation support
- enhanced overwrite dialog
- supported interface languages: English, Polish
- configurable toolbars
- file info presentation
- support for tabs Drag&Drop operations (tab reordering, moving tabs between left/right panel)
- option for making duplicate of selected file / folder
- resolving and creation of MacOS Aliases
- showing icons for remote files on the basis of file type
- showing quicklook icon for image files
- support for symlinks handling
- view and edit content of remote files and entries in ZIP
- finder labels support (colors label presentation)
- local & remote file / folder permissions browsing and changing
- RETINA support
- Free updates for new versions
- added ability to use regular expressions in definition of pattern for selection group and searching
- added support for '?' wildcard in definition of pattern for selection group and searching
- added feature that enables showing files in the current dir and all subdirs (flat file structure)
- added navigation buttons to main toolbar (prev/next path selecting actions)
- fixed problem with saving shortcuts definition
- OS X 10.7 or later
Manage reports, and control stock and sales by vendor, family, articles, or clerk to have all the information you need to control your business.
Version 1.2.8: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.
Note: 13.0.1 is the version number reported in Finder; it is a reflection of the app's FileMaker runtime version. The developer refers to this version of the app as 1.2.8.
OS X 10.7 or later
Reference Tracker is available for $28.99, and version 1.x users can upgrade to version 2 for $20.99.
- New automatic and manual reference numbering.
- New Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) reference style built in.
- Improved RIS import compatibility.
- Improved BibTex import compatibility.
- OS X 10.7 or later
Use Singlemizer to remove unnecessary file duplicates, and bring order to file chaos.
- Minimalist UI
- External drives support
- Folders priorities
- Efficient scan algorithm
- Progressive results
- Duplicate folders detection
- Duplicates filtering
- Duplicates sorting
- Instant Quick Look preview
- One-click duplicates selection
- Safe duplicates removal
- Linking duplicates to the original item
- metagroups bar now switches to a popup button if window becomes too narrow
- basic undo support for checking/unchecking duplicates
- scan complete notification now includes total duplicates size
- the app no longer prompts for a review, no bullshit!
- numerous internal improvements, bugfixes and refactoring
- the app now requires OS X 10.9 Mavericks
- OS X 10.9 or later
- Added new preference option 'Start encoding after adding files'.
- Added option 'Set scaler dithering algorithm'.
- Fixed issue when dragging a file on the iFFmpeg app icon.
- Fixed several GUI issues.
- Fixed issue changing aspect ratio at container level when video passthru is enabled.
- OS X 10.6 or later
- Working FFmpeg OS X binary (available here)
Reflector allows you to AirPlay mirror your iPhone or iPad to your Mac.
- Easily demo iOS apps on any Mac running OS X Lion using AirPlay Mirroring on iOS 5.
- Enable an iPhone or iPad wrapper and more. Features? You got em.
- Kick back and play any iOS game on your Mac's screen. It's time for some GTA.
- Reflector now has a fully-functional, seven day trial (with subtle watermark)
- Added a new first-launch splash screen and registration window
- Supported iOS devices mirror at 1080p when "Optimize For" is set to Hi-Res
- Reflector now encrypts the AirPlay password in the configuration file
- Improved audio performance during AirPlay mirroring and audio/video streaming
- Resolved an issue that prevented pasting a license key in the registration window
- Resolved an issue that caused mirroring connections to drop when AirPlaying a video
- Resolved a crash when three or more iPads are mirroring simultaneously
- Numerous stability improvements for Core Duo processor Macs running OS X 10.6
- Help > Reflector Help now links to the Squirrels Support website
- OS X 10.6.8 or later
- iPhone 4S+ or iPad 2+
Cookie Stumbler eliminates Ad & Tracking cookies and allows you conveniently to maintain only the cookies on your computer which you really want to keep. This eliminates threats to your privacy and helps your web browsers to run faster. It will recognize known Ad/Tracking cookies via definitions which are updated frequently similar to anti-virus software and so far unidentified Ad/tracking cookies via an intelligent heuristics engine, which is built-in. Cookie Stumbler isn't dependent on advertising companies to "allow" users to opt out as some other applications. It does its job independently and it will do so without interfering when you browse the web.
Cookie Stumbler is extremely easy to use. Once you have chosen either one of the default selection criteria such as your bookmarks or history or have put the cookies of some sites which you really want to keep on your 'keep-list', you can run the cleaning process automatically to a schedule which suits your needs. The schedules can be built easily and as customized and flexible as you want them to be. Supporting almost every commonly used browser in the market (currently Safari, Firefox, Chromium, Chrome,Roccat Camino, OmniWeb, Flash) you can use this program either to investigate exactly what websites are storing on your computer or clean it in one click or just let it run without you even remembering to run it. You can even integrate Cookie Stumbler actions into your own workflow by using our Automator Actions. Whatever you chosen workflow might be: Cookie Stumbler will make your Mac more safe and run smoother.
For more details see our website (WriteIt! Studios' website will open in a new window).
- Major improvements to Cookie Stumbler's favicon fetcher.
- Improvements to Cookie Stumbler's overall memory usage.
- Statistics tab now lists your installed web browsers as well.
- Minor bug fixes.
- OS X 10.8 or later
To use CloudyTabs, open the app and select a tab from one of your devices. The tab's URL then opens it in your default browser (useful if like me, you use Safari on iOS and Chrome on OS X), Cmd-Selecting a tab (or highlighting it and pressing Return) opens the tab in the background.
Typing the first few letters or a tab's title will jump to that particular tab.
Hovering over the CloudyTabs menu bar icon displays a tooltip which lists the date that iCloud last updated the synced tabs plist (where CloudyTabs reads data from).
- Reduces the minimum required OS X version to 10.8.2
- Fixes a favicon-related bug that caused CloudyTabs to crash on launch
- OS X 10.8.2 or later
- An active iCloud account
Artboard is a simple and direct vector drawing application that includes everything you need to create your own graphics and illustrations.
Artboard delivers with hundreds of awesome styles and fully editable clip art, including speech bubbles, shiny buttons, maps and flags, people factory, and home planning. Artboard stands apart with powerful stacked styles that go way beyond simple fill and stroke, providing a wide range of spectacular effects.
Design logos, posters, floor plans, technical drawings, fun fashions, Web graphics, and more.
Simple. Powerful. Fun.
Key features of Artboard:
- Over 20 simple and direct tools for drawing rectangles, stars, circles, lines, curves, text and navigating
- Pre-designed templates to create fliers, invitations, signs, and business cards
- Beautifully rendered text available with outline, shadow, mask, and text on path
- Perfectly crisp anti-aliased graphics
- Layers-based drawing
- Smooth Bezier curves
- Page and poster-tiled printing
- Automatic graph paper
- Pen tablet support
- Export for Web and print the most popular graphics formats PNG, JPG, PDF, and TIFF supporting resolutions from 72 to 600-dpi
- Quick access to iPhoto, Pictures folder, and Smart folders via Image Browser
- Drag-and-drop between popular productivity apps
- Many more features
- Text Styles. Styles consisting only of text information are now first-class citizens within the Library Manager, and can be copied, pasted and moved using the Style Dropper like all other styles.
- Transformation Groups. A transformation group is a style component that duplicates and transforms all of the style components in that group. This replaces the Transform feature of some component types for a much more general mechanism. Old-style transforms are automatically converted to group transforms. Transform groups are a much more extensible, flexible and performant approach to transforms compared to the previous approach.
- Massive performance improvements, especially with large files. Read and Write to disk is now 60 to 100x faster and drawing speed is 2-3x faster.
- A bug preventing the ability to draw Arcs on 10.9 was fixed.
- Hit-testing of text items in groups was inadvertently cancelling the 'hit-test flag', making text only clickable where it rendered an actual pixel, not within the greeking boxes. In addition, rotated or scaled groups were not taking the transform into account when hit-testing. These bugs added up to difficulty in selecting text for editing when embedded in a group.
- Some further bugfixes with bad values causing graphics errors on 10.9. This could prevent some files from opening.
- Pan (Hand) tool now operates correctly even if active layer is locked.
- Style components can be deleted from within a rasterizer group directly.
- Rough strokes are now properly updated when flipping a path.
- "Show in Library Manager" greyed out for items in the the temporary document collection, which does not appear in the LM.
- Clicking in another window (such as a palette) during path creation no longer creates a path point that has wildly incorrect values. Instead the resulting event is ignored.
- Export of 'selection only' now honours clipping mask, if there is one, for all formats. Note that for Export of the whole image, if the clipping mask is set to show, it will be rendered in the exported image for non-PDF formats. This is really a bug but very hard to fix currently. A workaround is to manually hide the clipping mask before exporting.
- Autoscrolling now disabled for pan tool which eliminates juddery scrolling at the edges of the view.
- Exporting a collection now sets the default filename for the collection.zip to the library name, instead of "untitled".
- A flatter appearance for several UI elements has been adopted, such as toolbar buttons, section headers and the title header for the Layers sidebar.
- Improvements to full screen support.
- "Text > Table" menu item removed as tables are currently not able to be supported in text boxes.
- OS X 10.6.6 or later
- Few minor bug fixes
- OS X 10.9 or later
Jitters is a straightforward but powerful app for creating and editing SVG files. Beyond that, it's a simple and sleek fresh take on vector graphic design. There's no labyrinth of menus and no jungle of floating palette windows for you to manage here; just a streamlined, single-window interface that will get you what you need and stay out of your way.
Jitters uses the standard Web-ready SVG format and allows for exporting directly to PNG images, so there's no need to worry about file compatibility.
Jitters also includes several visual effects designed to create beautiful and striking alternate approaches to your designs. Switch to our flagship "sketched" effect to give your art a hand-drawn look and quickly prototype ideas without worrying about the details. Or, try out the "wireframe" effect to see the structure of intricate drawings right in the current window.
Above all, Jitters is designed to create a fluid and unified experience while providing a simple but powerful set of tools to create great vector artwork. So go ahead...shake things up.
- An overhauled drawing system that moves controls for adding shapes, images, and layers to an easy-to-access searchable list in the sidebar
- Better zoom controls and fast access to grid settings in the toolbar
- A new UI system that lets you see what mode you're in and makes it easy to switch between drawing, editing and exporting images
- New regular polygon shapes
- Massive performance improvements when editing graphics
- Subtler highlighting when mousing over shapes
- Reworked controls for dealing with paths: pasting an object when a path is selected no longer injects the object into the path, and new, easier-to-use commands for combining, joining, and splitting paths are available via the Edit menu
- Fixed an issue with images exporting at a higher resolution when using a Retina display.
- Fixed several issues with names and images not being properly updated in the sidebar.
- OS X 10.9 or later