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Author:  stevechol [ Sun Jan 18, 2009 7:02 am ]
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ArtenSUITE. An Integrated Company Information System, backed into Oracle.
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Author:  stevechol [ Sun Jan 18, 2009 7:03 am ]
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DataClean.

DataClean is a Cross Platform Utility designed to make it straightforward to ‘clean’ large amounts of data. Data can be imported from a CSV or TAB delimited file, modified (any column, any row) and then saved back in several different formats including native Excel (XLS), TAB Delimited and Comma Separated. You can also save the modified file using your own Custom Delimiter.

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Author:  stevechol [ Sun Jan 18, 2009 7:04 am ]
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R10Cipher.

R10Cipher takes text and encrypts it using up to 128 bit Blowfish encryption. This Cipher Text can then be copied into an email, saved as a file and attached to an email or just copied elsewhere and the recipient can use R10Cipher to open the file and view the encrypted contents, assuming they are in possession of the Shared Key that was used to encrypt the document in the first place.

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Author:  stevechol [ Sun Jan 18, 2009 7:06 am ]
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Pointer+

Pointer+ is a simple, very focused application for your Mac that adds additional functionality at the press of a key.

Functionality that is invaluable if you are using your computer to demonstrate software to a third party, or if using any sort of screen recording software.

Hotkey Operation
Circular Pointer Overlay
Target Cross-Hairs when Click
Magnify at Pointer
Snapshot the Magnified Image
Unlimited Use, Trial Version

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Author:  stevechol [ Sun Jan 18, 2009 7:07 am ]
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ScreenAudit.

Snapshots of your screen and/or webcam at timed intervals
Full ‘Stealth Mode’ Capability for Screen and Camera
Save Images to a Quicktime Movie / Slideshow
Reminds you what you were doing, and when
Never forget to bill for your time, your actions recorded
Monitor if someone else uses your computer, and for what
Keep an eye on your children’s online activities
Monitor your home / pet / garden remotely
Comes with ArtenView to Find and View your images
Supports multiple monitors
Speaks your own message when taking the snapshot
Adjustable snapshot quality
Export and Archive Facility
Can take snapshots of the Dashboard or all ‘Spaces’

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Author:  tarnoun [ Sun Jan 18, 2009 7:25 am ]
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Here is what I'm currently doing with RB among a few other projects. It's just the beginning for this one. The purpose of this app is to capture data from a GPS device and show your position on a map. You will be able to use your own map scans or import maps from other sources. The screenshots below are from the stub app I'm using to implement the processing of the NMEA sentences from the GPS Device. The real hard part will be in the navigation window and the handling of maps. For now I have a clear idea on how to do it. But I haven't start coding this part... I guess there will be a tremendous amount of changes! Wish me good luck!

  • The satellites information window
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  • The NMEA sentences received from the GPS device
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  • The preferences window
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I'm currently using a cellphone with a built-in GPS receiver that communicates with the application via bluetooth. It uses ExtGPS from Symartic. A very useful tool. And it's free.

Author:  sturgis [ Sun Jan 18, 2009 4:21 pm ]
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Wow, you guys are good. Makes me feel very humble about my very novice skills. But oh well, here's mine.

Its a binary clock, stark black and white because.. well.. its a binary clock.
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Heres a short .mov of it running.
http://www.terminalhealth.com/binclock.mov

Author:  Brad [ Sun Jan 18, 2009 4:56 pm ]
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I market an analysis program for stock clubs and individual investors. It automatically imports data from two paid data services and from the internet (though not as complete).

I have both Mac and Windows versions.

Stock Investment Guide 2
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http://churr.com

Author:  imikedaman [ Sun Jan 18, 2009 6:11 pm ]
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stevechol wrote:
Pointer+ is a simple, very focused application for your Mac that adds additional functionality at the press of a key.

Functionality that is invaluable if you are using your computer to demonstrate software to a third party, or if using any sort of screen recording software.

You know Mac OS X already comes with a program just like this, right? It's called Pixie, and is available as part of the Developer Tools. It has different magnification settings and lets you take snapshots of the magnified images.

You can also press Command-Option-8 then use Command-Option-= or - to zoom the entire screen in and out.

Author:  blueapples [ Sun Jan 18, 2009 9:55 pm ]
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thommcgrath wrote:
The tabs are just a canvas.


Can you release the code for those tabs? They look a lot better than the default tab control and I can't find anything even close available anywhere. They look live safari tabs which is perfect, I think I'd keep that style on windows myself as I don't really much care for the white tabs but to each his own. Having the code for that would be really awesome. I also can't find any reference to your open source library, where might we find that?

Author:  Thom McGrath [ Sun Jan 18, 2009 10:50 pm ]
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Sorry, it would have been helpful it I posted that:

<http://www.thezaz.com/>

The tab code is code I developed for REAL, so I can't release it as is. But I might produce something similar. It's not a TabPanel replacement though, it's just a canvas which fires events and such. The window it's deployed on controls the actual content, however you please. It's not difficult, but it's not an easy solution either.

Author:  blueapples [ Sun Jan 18, 2009 11:29 pm ]
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thommcgrath wrote:
The tab code is code I developed for REAL, so I can't release it as is. But I might produce something similar. It's not a TabPanel replacement though, it's just a canvas which fires events and such. The window it's deployed on controls the actual content, however you please. It's not difficult, but it's not an easy solution either.


I'm using a similar model with a control written by Alex Restrepo I believe. It is built to mimic the appearance of the RB IDE on Mac OS, while the controls themselves are placed on a page panel or otherwise shown/hidden based on events from the control. Personally I find these tabs to be a bit thick, greatly prefer a thinner style like Safari/your tabs.

Are you sure that RS won't allow you to release that part of the code? It seems like for a language company it should be a matter of course that internal tricks and improvements are given freely to end users. Anyway that's the way I'd do it.

Author:  Thom McGrath [ Mon Jan 19, 2009 1:40 am ]
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Well the truth of the matter is the code belongs to REAL, and it's integrated with this project. It was never designed for portability. The biggest problem with the Safari tabs is blending them into the toolbar. The trick required to do so only works on Mac OS X Leopard, and even then, is not theme-savvy. So it's not something that is a prime candidate for public release, given it's very narrow usage.

I'm not objected to developing an open source tab class in my own spare time, but this exact code is not suitable for public release.

Author:  rapaheld [ Mon Jan 19, 2009 9:27 am ]
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proNotes

http://www.softraph.com
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Find the information you're looking for really FAST!

Author:  wcboyd [ Mon Jan 19, 2009 10:42 am ]
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devulder,

That looks very nice.
What is your web site?

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