This OS X 10.4 application presents a new way of manipulating and rolling virtual dice. Perfect for any game requiring dice, with special emphasis on RPGs. Bones' unique tools allow game players to quickly manipulate up to 80 dice at a time. Includes thorough PDF manual.
From the developer of Filewrangler (for OS X). This software is 100% Cocoa, written in Objective - C.
Bones offers a unique view on dice rollling, with its main functionality exploiting the virtual nature of the dice. The interface offers a bag of dice, one for each of the major random number generators, and a "table" where the dice may be rolled. Dice may be grouped into "hands," those hands may be given distinguishing names (like "Player 1", "Player 2", etc.), and the hands on the table may be named and saved as a "set." Saved sets are available to you with each launch of Bones.
Bones gives you lots of interesting tools for manipulating the dice you roll. For example, you could roll eight hands of dice each. Each hand could be a mix of 6, 10, 12 and 20-sided dice. Once rolled, you may wish to drop the lowest 6, 10, 12 and 20-sided dice from each hand. This functionality is a keystroke away in Bones.
Founded by die hard Apple fans, Additune is the first major Mac only music recommendation app. It understands that the kind of music you want to listen to depends not only on what you like in general, but what you're in the mood for at the moment. Additune is free to use, free of ads, and will keep all your data secure.
Do you have large folders full of files you would like to archive to DVD? The default Mac "Finder" interface to burning DVDs requires you to manually split the folder up into 4GB sections so you can burn it to separate disks.
DVD Spanner solves that problem. Just specify the directory of files, and optionally a name for the disks, and it will automatically span the archive across multiple disks.
DVD Spanner is freeware, meaning you don't need to pay for expensive alternatives. DVD Spanning software for the mac is now free!
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AutoResizer is a FREE tool which automatically :
* Finds all image files in the source folder
* Resizes the images to your new dimensions
* Change formats (JPG, PNG, or TIFF)
* Add a prefix and/or postfix
* Puts the resulting images into your destination folder
(your originals images are untouched)
MetaX is a meta-data tagger for mp4 files and their derivatives. It uses Atomic Parsley on the back-end to write the tags to your video files. MetaX automatically searches Amazon.com to find tags (so you'll need an internet connection). Cover art data can be retrieved from Amazon.com, Yahoo!, or from the video file itself.
Is your iCal icon stuck in the past? iConiCal sets iCal's icon and dock icon to show the current date in a choice of colours, even when iCal is closed. iConiCal can be set to run at login, or at midnight, so your iCal icon is always up to date.
Lingon is a graphical interface for creating launchd configuration files and controlling them through launchctl for Mac OS X Tiger. (launchd is a system daemon that is used to run scripts/programs automatically, repeatedly or at certain times.) You get all your launchd configuration files listed in a table so you easily can see which are loaded and what they do, and you can also load and unload any easily. If you want to create or edit a launchd configuration file you can do that in Lingon through an assistant or in an easy graphical way (or through an built-in text editor, should you want to).
Smultron is a free text editor for Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger which is both easy to use and powerful. It is designed to not confuse newcomers nor disappoint advanced users. It has all the advantages of an Cocoa application and some of its features are tabs, line numbers, support for syntax colouring for many different languages, functions list, support for text encodings, snippets, a toolbar, a status bar, preview, split window, multi-document find and replace with regular expressions, possibility to show invisible characters, authenticated open and saves, command-line utility, full screen editing and running commands and scripts from within the application.
Do you need to check a web page or a local file frequently, looking for changes in them? You know it's boring, error prone and a real waste of precious time.
Several web sites offer RSS feeds, but they do not necessarily cover the type of information you are looking for and there aren't many tools to check local files.
Changes Meter does this exact job for you and it will notify you with a colorful, useful and unobtrusive pie chart icon on the menu bar.
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