Long overdue, Version 1.3 of the FontSee Dashboard Widget is now available! New Features: Handles text pasted from the clipboard correctly. Rebuilds font database on reload (Cmd-R) to catch newly enabled/disabled fonts. Enjoy.
Apologies for the lack of updates. Between contract jobs, a pregnant wife, and a 3 year old, development time has suffered. Hopefully that will change soon. Progress Report: The next version of FontSee is underway. Mostly a bugfix/maintenance release, but way overdue. I hope to release it soon. A new product is in the R&D […]
Version 1.2 of the FontSee Dashboard Widget is now available. New Features: Support for Intel-based Macs The “play” timer interval is now user configurable. Enjoy.
The new Power Mac G5 will support up to eightdisplays. Aperture really seems to push the use multiple monitors. AppleCare will only cover a single display when purchased at the same time as a CPU. Apple currently provides no way to extend the warranty to/on a second display, much less 7 of them. There is […]
My First RAB submission is a simple, but semi-annoying one.
John F. Braun has written about FontSee in his Monday’s Mac Gadget – Cool Dashboard Widgets! column. Thanks, John, for the kind words! UPDATE: apparently we also made the macobserver podcast here. Thanks again John! (Via the big increase in my webserver hits! 🙂 )
Remainder One is proud to announce the release of the FontSee Dashboard Widget.
The first public freeware product, a Dashboard Widget for Mac OS X 10.4 (Tiger) will appear soon.