Got an email pointing to some software deals at Amazon.com that maybe of interesting to some Mac genealogists. Note that these prices are subject to change, since some of them are through third parties. * Mac Box Set (with Snow … Continue reading
The Relationship Completer v1.1.0 has been released today – it’s a handy little utility for those (such as genealogists) who use their address books and want to keep track of relationships inside of the address books. Developer’s Description: Letâ€™s say … Continue reading
It’s almost hard to categorize this free Mac OS X utility, but here goes: Meander is a way to measure things on your screen, using a piece of digital string. Shiela Dixon’s (the developer) description: How long is a piece of string? As long as you can see it on your screen, you can now find out! Meander is a little application which can measure routes, or shapes, or anything which you can see on your screen.
The major change in version 0.5: Scale can now be measured at any angle, so calibration can be made from a vertical scale, or any known distance between two points.
It’s a neat little application if you have messed around with trying to gauge distance on your display.Continue reading
This is a roundup of several utilities that have been updated over the past few days, that genealogists might be interested inContinue reading
You can now download Mac OS X 10.4.3 through Software Update.Continue reading