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As an alternative to the Finder's find function, EasyFind finds files, folders, or contents in any file
without the need for indexing. This is especially useful if you are tired of slow or impossible indexing,
outdated or corrupted indices, or if you are just looking for missing features like case sensitive or
insensitive search, Boolean operators, wildcards, or searching for phrases. In addition, EasyFind uses
multi-threading and is therefore very responsive, even with multiple search processes running. The
application provides contextual menus and Mac OS X Services, and displays the location of each item in
a separate column for a better overview. EasyFind uses little memory, supports drag-and-drop and the
clipboard, and optionally finds invisible items or items within packages.
PhotoStickies puts all your favorite pictures on your desktop, as stickies, floating or even borderless.
Sticky pictures may reside on your computer, or on the Internet. PhotoStickies also displays live
webcams on your desktop, updates them automatically, and even records them like a VCR.
• Displays all image formats supported by Mac OS X
• Displays local images, pictures located on the Web or webcams
• Shows images as stickies or as desktop wallpaper
• Many live effects, e.g. alpha channels, transparency, color corrections
• Savable states
• Internet-based list of new webcams
• Can run as a menu extra
ThumbsUp is a simple, drag-and-drop based utility designed to create thumbnail images from batches
of pictures. (The application supports all Mac OS X and QuickTime image formats, including PDF
documents.) Image size, quality, sharpening, and antialiasing are configurable, and images can be
scaled by percentage or limited to a maximum size. With a scaling of 100 percent, ThumbsUp may be
used as an ultra-fast, comfortable image converter.
Use ThumbsUp to quickly create thumbnails, e.g., for using on your Web site or for sending by email.
XMenu brings back Mac OS 9's Apple menu back from the dead, adding its functionality to Mac OS
X. One or more global menus to the right side of the menu bar let you easily access your preferred
applications, folders (and subfolders), documents and files Furthermore, there's no explicit need for
a configuration (like creating lots of folders and aliases or adding items to user-defined setups)-just
activate the menus you like: Applications, Developer Applications, Home, Documents, or User-Defined
(like the old Apple menu found in Mac OS 9).