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Old 17th May 2005, 23:56   #21
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Outlook2mac http://www.littlemachines.com/ great for exporting everything across when you switch and only $10 I love supporting little apps like this that fill a niche
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Old 18th May 2005, 00:22   #22
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Tomato Torrent - a really decent bittorrent client.

Features:
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tracker creation
Upload speed control
'download to here' script, just drag torrents into folders and away it goes
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Old 18th May 2005, 00:36   #23
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I don't think it's already been said...

EarthDesk - displays a world map on the desktop showing real-time clouds, as well as an accurate display of moonlight, sunlight, and darkness for the time of day. (And the cities glow at night, too )

http://www.timepalette.com/index.php
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Old 28th May 2005, 15:27   #24
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Can't believe this hasn't been mentioned yet, Quicksilver, never have to fish around your Applications folder again. It's awesome, and speeds up your user experience loads.

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Old 28th May 2005, 20:25   #25
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You Control: Tunes - http://www.yousoftware.com/itunes/

mookboy found this fantastic app last night and it really is a winner. At first glance, it's similar to ByteController, having Play/Pause, FF etc in the taskbar. But there's a plethora of other controls for iTunes there too. A drop down menu brings up everything you'd need to do, rather like a desktop-iPod menu style interface. Accessing all your tunes and playlists and such. It's just fantastic. Really, check it out. The overlay (including album art!) that comes up each track is great, as is the ticker that runs across the area of the taskbar.

Just... Fantastic. Really is.
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Old 31st May 2005, 10:20   #26
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I agree with everything ^ he said. And it's completely free too.

I'd also like to offer a rather smart little app called YuBurner:

http://hp.vector.co.jp/authors/VA027835/index_e.htm

Nothing more than a discreet CD/DVD burning app with a few more options than the standard drag-n-drop one that comes with OS X.
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Big link to some essential Mac stuff: http://macspecialist.org/
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Old 3rd Dec 2005, 21:19   #28
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http://members.liwest.at/solar/ShareIPod/

Access your iPod library using iTunes.

Basically, if, like me, you store your library on a network drive, you can use this program to access the songs on your iPod via iTunes without copying all your music to your i/PowerBook
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Old 16th Feb 2006, 16:53   #29
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KisMAC - The best wireless sniffing applications I have found.
also the only wifi sniffing system you should use

actualley i wonder if kismet would work on a mac i know kismac is just a fork of kismet but the original is still the best
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Old 16th Feb 2006, 18:25   #30
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Nobody mentioned BBEdit? Text/HTML/CSS/Code editor. Very slick, shareware though.
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Old 16th Feb 2006, 19:42   #31
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Synergy > YouControl:tunes

Growl - notifications for everything and anything you could want
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Old 16th Feb 2006, 19:54   #32
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http://wincent.com/a/products/synergy-classic/

Looks very good AH, I've been using YC:tunes but this looks worth a try. Plus it's universal binary for when I (eventually) get that MacBook Pro
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Old 26th Jun 2006, 14:42   #33
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Old 26th Jun 2006, 15:27   #34
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Old 13th Oct 2006, 21:39   #35
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Remote Buddy - adds massive functionality to the apple remote!
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Old 23rd Nov 2006, 20:53   #36
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i dont think these have been listed:

flip4mac wmv - allows for wmv files to be played with quicktime
link: http://www.flip4mac.com/wmv_download.htm

NeoOffice - Openoffice.org with a Aqua interface
link: http://www.neooffice.org/

XDarwin - a great alternative to Apple's X11
link: http://www.xdarwin.org/

Gimp - one of the best image editors around
link: http://www.gimp.org/macintosh/

Audacity - a great open source audio editor
link: http://audacity.sourceforge.net/

Klondike Forever - 3d solitaire app
link: http://solitaireforever.com/klondike/index.html

Sauerbraten - a cool single/multiplayer FPS game
link: http://sauerbraten.org/

MacTheRipper - great dvd ripping software
link: http://www.versiontracker.com/dyn/moreinfo/macosx/22715

Shiira - webkit based browser with loads of features
link: http://hmdt-web.net/shiira/en

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Old 30th Dec 2006, 16:00   #37
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just discovered Quartz Composer (it's part of the development tools, though you can probabaly install on it's own if you trawl through the install package, either right click -> Show Package Contents or use something like Pacifist)

it allows you to create fairly complex graphics pretty easily (though trying to achieve something specific is a challenge at times) which you can use as screensavers (this is how the RSS screensaver is done in OS X) or as iTunes visualisers via iVisualise an iTunes plug-in and new patches for QC

also for those using Safari, check out Pimp My Safari which does a good job of gathering up a lot of goodies for the browser. I really like Inquisitor 3 which gives you Spotlight style live predictive searching.... It certainly looks nice, not sure how much quicker it is ;-)
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Old 12th Mar 2007, 17:53   #38
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article listing loads of OS X software - most of it already listed here..
It's a good read.
http://www.computerworld.com/action/...icleId=9012498
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Old 24th Jun 2007, 03:40   #39
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The Unarchiver, does what it says.

Anyone have any suggestions as to virus scanners?
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Old 24th Jun 2007, 17:16   #40
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Heh, yea. But we digress.
If anyone has any suggestions for an on access scanner with any kind of enterprise manager I'd be impressed.

If anyone wants a manual scanner by the way, ClamXAV gets good press.


I don't believe anyone's mentioned Coda or TextMate yet either.
Not played with Coda myself, but understand it's top notch for web dev, but I have been impressed with TextMate from personal experience.
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