Fresh solves that “Where did I just save that file to?” problem.
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Fresh was born on that sinking feeling we have whenever we head into the Finder to ‘Find’ that file that we are working on, just downloaded, or like to keep handy. Fresh is designed to hide itself when you are not using it – keeping your onscreen clutter of windows more managable. Note that although the Fresh window is large, it disappears as soon as you drag a file out, so you can drag to any location.
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Two Main zones.
There are two main areas in Fresh. The top one shows files that Fresh has identified as new to you, currently being edited, etc. When you download a file from the internet, or save an attachment in Mail, or edit a file in Word, it will show up here. As new and changed files appear on your computer, then are added to this area. If you click on an item, then press the delete key, then that item is simply removed from the list, with the file on disk left alone. To throw a document into the trash, just press ‘command – delete’ or drag it to the trash can in the dock. Since new items will be appearing in the ‘Fresh Files’ area all the time, if you see a file there that you will be working with today, just drag it into the ‘Cooler’ below.
The ‘Cooler’ on the bottom is a like a shelf where you can put things for storage. In this respect it it sort of like your desktop – with two important distinctions. One is that the files listed in the cooler can be anywhere on your computer. The other is that this cooler features an ‘autoclean’ function – it automatically throws out items that overflow. This means that you don’t have to worry about cluttering up the cooler with too many items. All of the items shown in Fresh are really pointers to the actual files, so don’t worry when something falls out of the cooler due to disuse, it won’t really be thrown out.
You can search from within Fresh using Spotlight, or dig down into any folder on your computer to select the folder you need. This keeps your workflow going. Fresh always appears on the screen of the application that you are using.
Fresh can tag files – to tag a file simply select it (or multiple docs) then press the return key. You can pick from recently used tags, or simply type in tags. To move onto the next document, press the ‘tab’ key. You can also rate files with 1 to 5 stars.
Note: To create two word tags use the underscore character ‘_’.
Tips and tricks.
Fresh uses a large window so you can see the files that you are dealing with, but keep in mind that as you drag something out of Fresh, the window vanishes, leaving you with plenty of space to complete your drag.
In the Fresh zone, you may see 4 to 10 items listed, depending upon your monitor size. Fresh actually keeps track of more items than this – you can use the arrow keys to look a bit farther into the past. Same thing applies to the cooler. As you add items, other items will drift out of view. Fresh allows you to go back and find items that have recently fallen off the front view. Don’t forget that in the cooler you are free to rearrange the order of the documents as you see fit.
When you use a file in Fresh – it automatically gets added to the cooler. You can reorganize items in the cooler as you see fit.
There is a menu available for each document that allows you to see the path of the item. In the Fresh zone you can also use this menu to add exclusions: You can exclude all files of a certain type, specifically that single file, or exclude any folder. This allows you to keep unwanted files from appearing in Fresh. You can edit these exclusion settings in the preferences.
A Better Finder Attributes 5 is the ultimate file tweaking tool for Mac OS X.
Change EXIF Digital Photo Shooting Timestamps at Will
A Better Finder Attributes 5 allows you to manipulate JPEG, CR2, NEF, ARF, CRW & CIFF EXIF timestamps at will by setting them to specific times or batch adjusting them by adding and removing time (useful for correcting the timestamps of images taken with a digital camera with a incorrectly set clock and to compensate for timezone changes).
Correct Finder Sorting for Digital Photos
A Better Finder Attributes 5 also allows you to synchronize the file creation and modification dates with the shooting dates of JPEG EXIF as well as a wide variety of RAW formats, so that files sort properly in the Finder and other systems.
Total File and Folder Creation and Modification Date Control
A Better Finder Attributes 5 gives you total control over file creation and modification dates, setting them to specific times and dates, adding or removing time or simply removing them altogether.
More File Magic
On top of these features, A Better Finder Attributes 5 gives you control over:
whether or not file extensions appear in the Finder
batch locking or unlocking of files
setting or removing legacy creator & type codes
removing invisible files
seeing invisible files in the Finder
batch setting of Finder labels
forcing the Finder to update its information about files and folders
A Better Finder Attributes 5 features an elegant and intuitive interface with many advanced features. Simply drag & drop the files you want to change into the file list, select an action from the popup menu and modify the settings to your liking, then click on "Perform Changes".
Automate with Droplets
A Better Finder Attributes 5 allows you to save frequently used settings to separate "droplet" applications. Drag & drop files onto the droplet application to apply the changes stored in it. Double click the droplet to edit the stored settings.
Other Noteworthy Features
drag & drop into the file list or onto the application icon
select files in the Finder and activate A Better Finder Attributes 5 via the Finder context menu or via a hot key
automatically deals with file date consistency rules
separate processing for files and folders, batch processing of sub-folders
Mac OS X Limitations on File Dates
Please note that Mac OS X imposes a number of "common sense" rules when it comes to file dates and will not allow you to set dates to "invalid" values.
In particular, you cannot set the dates to future values (i.e. later than now) and files cannot be modified before they are created. A Better Finder Attributes 5 can automatically take care of these complications for you via the "automatically correct inconsistent dates" feature.
Also note that while A Better Finder Attributes will let you set dates before 1972, the Mac OS X Finder does not "like" such dates and as soon as you point the Finder to such a file, it will "correct" this date to the 1st of January 1972.
System Requirements: Mac OSX 10.7 or later. Older versions can be downloaded from the product website.
Flying Logic is a revolutionary tool for proactive thinkers, whether you want to change your personal life for the better, or grow a world-class business that impacts thousands or millions of people. Flying Logic is a highly visual, easy to use software application that does for reasoning what spreadsheets do for numbers. Just as you would not do detailed financial projections in your head, you need Flying Logic for all nontrivial planning and reasoning endeavors. Project management software won’t help you when you have no idea what part of a complex system needs improvement, or what that improvement might look like, or how to cause that improvement. Answering these questions is a critical and often-overlooked part of the planning process, and this is where Flying Logic shines. Flying Logic diagrams are not static images— they are working models of your reasoning that you test as you build and that stay “live” as you share your reasoning with others.
Version 2.0 Now Available!
Our first paid upgrade includes a huge number of new features and enhancements including our top request: Incremental Layout! The document window has a completely new design including inspectors that can be shown, hidden, and resized to suit your work style. Also: custom symbols, colored groups, zoom the canvas up as well as down, group hoisting, and too many more to list here! So check out the list of new features, read about the new features in detail in the Flying Logic User’s Guide, and watch for articles, tips, and videos in our blog.
“Flying Logic is a powerful tool for visual support of critical thinking. I have used the diagrams to explain the rigor behind proposed methods for solving customers’ challenges and have enjoyed great feedback. I have successfully used the tool to define inter-related actions and requisite conditions required to effectively mitigate Organizational Conflict of Interest (OCI). Flying Logic elevates my ability to think visually and to rethink with minimal rework in the diagrams. It is a true enabler of constructive thought.” Rich Petersen – Principal, Capridea, Inc.
Fast, Beautiful, and Truly Compelling Plans
If there is anything in your life, business, or organization that needs improvement? Flying Logic is a highly visual, easy to use software application that does for reasoning what spreadsheets do for numbers. Just as you would not do detailed financial projections in your head, you need Flying Logic for all nontrivial planning and reasoning endeavors.
Critical Thought More Critical Than Ever
Rational thinking, planning, and communication skills are key to every field of human endeavor ranging from personal growth to building viable, competitive businesses. Even the ability to successfully articulate non-rational concepts such as emotion and intuition ultimately depends upon the mind’s power to reason. And anyone from young children, to governments, to the CEOs of multinational corporations can benefit from well-developed reasoning abilities and a common language in which to reason. Flying Logic is a revolutionary tool that fills a widespread need for software that supports, simply and beautifully, the practice of reasoning. However, no software can do your thinking for you, so Flying Logic was inspired by the Theory of Constraints.
The Theory of Constraints (TOC)
The Theory of Constraints is an overall management philosophy founded on the idea that all real-world systems; whether personal, interpersonal, or organizational; have at least one constraint: something that holds the system back from accomplishing more of its primary purpose, or goal. The rate of this accomplishment is called throughput. If a system had absolutely no constraints, it would be capable of infinite throughput. But though infinite throughput is impossible, amazing throughput gains are possible through the careful identification and management of the system’s key constraints. The purpose of the TOC, originally developed by Eliyahu M. (“Eli”) Goldratt and first popularized in his bestselling business novel The Goal, is to give individuals and organizations the tools they need to manage their constraints in the most effective manner possible. Originally applied to manufacturing lines, TOC principles have been successfully adapted for areas as diverse as supply chain, accounting and finance, project management, health care, military planning, and software engineering.
TOC claims that a real-world system with more than three constraints is extremely unlikely, and in fact usually only one constraint is key. Perhaps counter-intuitively, this is because the more complex a system becomes, the more interrelationships are necessary among its parts, which results in fewer overall degrees of freedom.
A major implication of this is that managing a complex system or organization can be made both simpler and more effective by providing managers with few, specific, yet highly influential areas on which to focus — maximizing performance in the areas of key constraints, or elevating the constraint (making it less constraining.)
The Five Focusing Steps
To accomplish this, the developers of TOC developed the Five Focusing Steps, which define a process of ongoing improvement. (Step Zero was later added for additional clarity.)
Articulate the goal of the system. How do we measure the system’s success?
Identify the constraint. What is the resource limiting the system from attaining more of its goal?
Exploit the constraint to its fullest. How can we keep the constraining resource as busy as possible, exclusively on what it does best?
Subordinate all other processes to the decisions made in Step 2. How can we align all processes so they give the constraining resource everything it needs?
Elevate the constraint. If managing the constraining resource more efficiently does not give us all the improvement we need, then how can we acquire more of the resource?
Avoid inertia. Has the constraint moved to some other resource as a result of the previous steps? If so, don’t allow inertia itself to become the constraint: go back to step 1.
The Thinking Processes (TP)
The Thinking Processes emerged as TOC practitioners worked with organizations that needed to identify their core constraints and how to manage or elevate them. They needed the answers to three deceptively simple questions:
What to change?
To what to change?
How to cause the change?
The Thinking Processes are based on the scientific method, to which is added a simple visual language for describing and reasoning about situations, arguments, and plans using the language of cause and effect. There are two basic kinds of reasoning: sufficient cause and necessary condition.
“Flying Logic is easy and intuitive to use. For those of us who use the TOC Thinking Processes, Flying Logic has succeeded where every other tool — whether it’s software, sticky notes, or pencil-and-paper — has failed. First, it eliminates the time spent on drawing and arranging the entities, and leaves us with more time to do the thinking! Second, it enables us to test our assumptions quickly, easily and visually.”
- Lisa Scheinkopf, author, Thinking For A Change: Putting the TOC Thinking Processes to Use
From these, the practitioners developed several methodologies called application tools designed to answer the three questions. The application tools provide the ability to develop a complete picture of a system’s core constraints and how to overcome them.
Current Reality Tree
Used to move from an articulation of the undesirable symptoms (or desirable strengths) present in a system to the core cause that has the most influence over them (i.e., the constraining resource or core issue.)
There are illustrations and explanations for many other “trees” on the Flying Logic website.
The Need for Software Support
Although there are many success stories of organizations that have implemented TOC using the Thinking Processes, so far there have been two problematic approaches to working with the application tools:
Groups work with a facilitator in front of a white board to capture their thinking. This has the drawback that as they grow, whiteboard diagrams quickly become disorganized and difficult to understand.
Individuals create their own plans or memorialize plans created by other groups using tools such as Visio. The primary drawback to this approach is that the planner often becomes bogged down in diagram layout details: fonts, sizes, colors, placement, styles, etc., that have nothing to do with the actual planning process.
Either way, there is no easy way to test the logic inherent in the diagram.
Flying Logic was designed to eliminate all of these constraints by allowing groups or individual planners to create Thinking Process diagrams using an intuitive interface that requires no attention to layout issues, and by producing presentation-quality output as a by-product of the planning process.
By providing a clear, visual language of causes and effects, Flying Logic encourages detached, rational thinking. By removing constraints around re-working the diagram, Flying Logic encourages people to painlessly consider every factor that really matters, and address every blind spot as it comes up. A good analogy is spreadsheet software – before spreadsheets, people still did financial projections, but they were laborious, error-prone, and there was a great deal of resistance to rework. After spreadsheets, people take many more factors into consideration and easily explore many more alternatives in their financial planning.
Just as a spreadsheet allows you to play “What if…?” with numbers, Flying Logic lets you play “What if…?” with plans, arguments, and ideas.
The Flying Logic Interface
Flying Logic uses a simple, gesture-based interface. Drag from the list of entity types on the left to create your diagram. Each time you place an entity, it “snaps into place” with arrows that represent the causal relationships automatically appearing where you want them. Drag from entity to entity to create additional causal relationships as desired, or drag from entity to arrow to combine causes into necessary condition relationships. Relationships representing AND, OR, and NOT are easily created.
Mac OS X 10.5 or later • 26MB free disk space
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Everport is a Mac OS X application that helps you quickly move your 37signals Backpack data to Evernote. Just add your Backpack accounts, select the pages to import, and click import.
Easily import your Backpack data into Evernote with a graphical user interface (GUI). No more hunting for scripts or writing your own and running them from the command-line.
Supports multiple Backpack accounts.
Imports data into Evernote in an organized way.
Each Backpack page becomes an Evernote notebook.
Each item on a Backpack page becomes a separate note in Evernote.
New notebooks are placed in a new stack named after your Backpack account.
Images, galleries, and attachments are moved to Evernote as well.
Lists are kept as lists with checkboxes
Everport is built so that other services may be added in the future, such as 37signals’
Basecamp, and others that customers request.
Saved me a boatload of time (4 stars)
I’m very happy with this find. I recently decided to cancel my backpack acct and transfer all of my 50+ pages to evernote. The manual process was killing me so I decided to try this app. I’m happy to report that out of the 50 or so pages I transferred, I only had one error (only have the page transferred). I’m guessing this little app saved me about 3+ hours. In my case, it was a one time use app since I don’t plan on creating or transferring over any new backpack pages.. but from a time-value standpoint… it was totally worth the $12.99. Oh and as an extra bonus, I received almost an immediate response from the developer when sent in a support email for the 1 page I was having trouble with. Great support!
infiniteNIL Software is one man company located in Sandy, UT, a suburb of Salt Lake City. It was founded in 2003 and is dedicated to creating software for Apple platforms to help people in some way. Find out more at www.infinitenil.com
1 What’s the most unique, useful feature of your product?
I think the most unique feature is the main feature of the product. If imports your Backpack data into Evernote.
2 Why did you create this product? or What need were you trying to satisfy?
37signals hasn’t shown Backpack a lot of love lately. In face, they’ve stopped taking new users. I thought there would be a demand to move that data to something else. Evernote seemed like it would be a popular target. Plus Evernote had this API and a contest as well.
3 What is most interesting to you about developing for the Mac platform.
I love the Cocoa APIs. I’ve been a fan of them since the NeXT days. I always wanted to use them and I finally had a chance when Apple bought NeXT. They are well designed and make you very productive.
4 What features should a prospective buyer look into during a trial of your product?
Basically, just look at how easy it is to move your data from Backpack to Evernote. As one customer said, it will save you a boat load of time.
6 What’s your favorite Mac product out there from another developer? Why?
I think I would have to say Things from Cultured Code. It looks great and it just works. Especially their cloud syncing they just released.
7 What features would you like to add to your product in the future?
I would like to add support for importing data into Evernote from other sources such as Basecamp and any other web service that makes sense. That’s something I’m waiting for feedback from potential customers.
infiniteNIL would love to hear your comments below. Please provide your comments and we will do our best to respond to them. Thanks!
With your busy routine and a large number of new email in the inbox every day, it is difficult but essentially critical to take control of your inbox. You have to have a process to keep your email organized and inbox clean so that you can find a message when you need it. At the same time, you also need to make sure that you archive and backup your email to prevent the loss in situations like accidental loss of data from email servers, hacking of account, forget password, over size inbox or unpredictable scenarios.
There are five basic functions that we all need to perform in order to manage and safeguard our email- backup, restore, archive, transfer and organize the data. Beyond Inbox can help you perform all of these in a very efficient and easy way.
What does Beyond Inbox do?
Backup your email for Disaster Recovery.
Archive your email.
Organize your inbox.
Transfer your email to another account.
Restore your email
You can accidentally delete an email or your password can be compromised and web based email providers will not recover those emails for you. You need your own email backup.
Beyond Inbox is the easy way to backup, archive, organize, transfer, and restore your email messages from any IMAP-enabled email client! With Beyond Inbox, you’ll never have to worry about falling victim to lost or corrupted email servers, hacked accounts, even forgotten passwords!
Why do you need to backup your email?
You may forget your password
You may accidentally delete some messages
Automatic loss of email
Your account may be hacked
Blackout of Email servers
Upper limit on data storage
Backing up your email from one or many accounts is absurdly simple with Beyond Inbox. Backup your emails to another email account or store them on your computer’s hard drive as individual files in a non-proprietary open format. Best of all, if you choose to backup to your computer, you can easily search for specific information using Desktop Search, no matter which account it originated from!
Restoring your email messages in the event of a disaster is quick and easy, thanks to Beyond Inbox’s wonderful Drag and Drop Restore functionality — just drag your selected messages back to your IMAP account, and you’re good to go!
What about those emails that you want to keep, but aren’t necessarily critically important? Stop clogging up valuable inbox space, and instead use Beyond Inbox to archive them, in the same way you perform email backups!
For categorization purposes, nothing beats Beyond Inbox! Just search and tag selected email messages (such as payment confirmations), then either copy or move these messages to a different email account or file folder.
Why to backup with Beyond Inbox?
There are many email services like Outlook Express, which themselves provide options for email backup. There are also a few software tools available in the market that claim to backup your email. These are the advantages of using Beyond Inbox for email backups:
No more single large backup file for entire inbox. Beyond Inbox stores each and every email as a separate file: This way you can store different email at different places and you do not need to worry about backing up one large file. Most of the other backup services store all your emails in a single file causing one huge back up file for entire account.
Much safer backups. No risk of deleting email from backup while deleting from inbox. Beyond Inbox does not work in synch mode: Once you back up your data on your local disk using Beyond Inbox, it is not at all linked with the email account. Most of the email backup services work in sync mode however, and hence, when an email is deleted from the email account, it is deleted from the backup also. This is a very big advantage that Beyond Inbox offers over its competitors.
iLiner helps you brainstorm, organize and present ideas quickly and easily. Designed for extended writing, iLiner 3.2 sports sophisticated outlining features like – Import and export outlines to OPML (Outline Mark-up Language), Unicode and RTF formats. And – Drag collapsed outlines into other OS X applications with all formatting retained.
Outline: Organize ideas quickly
• Three basic outline levels: parent, child and sibling
• Change outline levels by dragging topics horizontally
• Promote or demote topics by dragging vertically
Brainstorm: Discover ideas while composing
• Expand /collapse topics to concentrate on one aspect of your writing.
• Add line numbers or custom labels for easy navigation.
• Work with multiple drafts in tiled windows.
Present: Share ideas easily
• Export outlines directly to QuickTime slide shows.
• Add different styles and backgrounds to your presentation.
• Stream your presentations directly from the Internet using Apple’s QuickTime Player program.
• Drag collapsed outlines to other applications with all formatting retained
• Import /Export outlines to other cross platform formats (RTF, OPML, PDF, TEXT).
Import over 20 different graphic file formats including PDF.
• iLiner 3.2 now supports OS X’s latest 10.8 Gatekeeper security protocols
MoneyWell is personal finance software that increases your wealth while reducing your debt. It does this by wrapping the tried and true envelope-budgeting system in a beautiful, modern interface.
If you have ever been in debt, you know how oppressive it is. Worrying about having enough money to pay the bills is even worse. You can live a happier life without financial stress if you follow the MoneyWell method of money management:
Fill your expense buckets when you get paid
Assign your spending to buckets
Stop spending when your buckets tip over
Sticking to a budget has never been easier and what you don’t spend is used to reduce debt and increase savings.
We think MoneyWell’s new event-based budgeting will revolutionize the way you control your spending. Simply create a list of events that tell MoneyWell how you spend your money and let it build your budget.
For example, your Dining Out bucket can have one event for your weekday espresso, another for lunch three days a week, and a third event for date night with your spouse once a month. MoneyWell takes care of the calculations and setting aside income for these events.
Having your spending plan broken up into events also makes budget revisions easier. If your electric bill rises, simply adjust that one event. Forget a birthday? Just add a new event. Pay off a loan? Remove an event. The guesswork behind your budget amounts disappears.
Powerful, Refined Interface
MoneyWell’s single-window design was a good start to eliminating the typical clutter of other finance apps, but we’ve taken a critical eye to our own app and have created what we think is a thing of beauty. Even though we added dozens of major features, you wouldn’t know it by looking at MoneyWell.
MoneyWell 2 gives you incredibly flexible filtering and search tools to find long forgotten transactions or to focus on specific content for reporting.
Clean Visuals for Budgeting and Banking
MoneyWell is designed to hold thousands of transactions, but information is useless unless it’s easy to understand. Every view has been designed to present your banking and budgeting details in a clear and concise manner.
Graphs are available for nearly every list to give you the big picture. Headers above each list give summary information along with quick totals for selections. Every visual has been crafted to help you see exactly what you need right where you are.
MoneyWell was designed to give you great financial feedback in every view, but when you need to share information with others, reports are a great tool. With our 2.0 release, you can create and save reports that have different content, totals, groupings, date ranges and watch the report change as you adjust these settings. Zoom in and review them in the main window or go old school and print a paper copy.
Unlimited Smart Filters
Smart filters are saved searches based on criteria you set up. If you do a quick search using the filter bar in MoneyWell, you can save that as a smart filter with a single click. You can also create a smart filter from scratch by just adding rules to the filter.
Want to filter your transaction list to all withdrawals last year with a “vacation” tag? No problem. How about filtering to all transactions assigned to dining tagged as “business expense” with an amount over $20? Easy.
Add as many smart filters as you’d like with any combination of conditions based on date, payee, memo, amount, tags, and more. These work for every view and report giving you complete control over what you see.
Best-in-Class Currency Support
No other finance app allows you to record a transaction in one currency, store it in an account register in a second currency, and assign it to a budget bucket in a third. Only MoneyWell gives you the flexibility to keep your budget in check no matter where you live or travel.
When you set the currency on your transaction, MoneyWell automatically looks up the exchange rate based on the currency of your selected account. If your bucket has a third currency, it does the same for that.
Since exchange rates are rarely perfect, MoneyWell also allows you to set the exact amounts for all three currencies and keeps those stored within each transaction.
Built for OS X Lion; Ready for Mountain Lion
MoneyWell 2.1 was designed to take advantage of the OS X improvements in Lion. We think Apple has really outdone itself with Lion by adding Full-Screen Apps, Resume, Auto Save, Versions, and Gestures—all features supported by MoneyWell.
Accounted – Address Book import, Quickbooks IIF import, delimited text import, customizable Account reports, tax reports, totals ticker for each account, customizable interface and behavior, single or multiple window views, historical data entry options, data backup, and more!
Oranged Software, LLC develops business productivity and other applications for Mac OS X and Windows operating systems. Oranged Software is the developer of the award winning Studiometry, “the ultimate organizational tool for professionals.” Oranged Software, LLC is located in Chicago, Illinois.
Keyboard Maestro is a powerful macro program for Mac OS X. This is the secret weapon you need to become more productive.
With Keyboard Maestro you can design your own shortcuts and activate them at any time, performing a wide range of tasks all by pressing simple keystrokes.
Keyboard Maestro will save you time, and if your time is worth anything this will be the best purchase you’ve made in a while! If it saves you five minutes a day, you would save hundreds of dollars a year even on minimum wage. So stop wasting money and start saving time now.
Create or Record macros (shortcuts) to control your Mac.
Create custom palettes of actions in any application.
Manipulate files and images.
Execute scripts or workflows on command or execute actions from a script.
Switch between, and launch and quit, applications.
Switch between, and minimize and close, windows.
Switch between, and paste, clipboards from your clipboard history.
If you own a bunch of domain names or maybe you manage your clients’ domains, DomainBrain is an indispensable tool that will allow you to easily manage all the data related to your domains: registrar info, passwords for ftp, ssh, database, admin accounts, emails accounts, etc.
Think of it as 1Password for your domain data.
DomainBrain has an extremely straight forward and beautiful user interface. However, its not just a pretty face, or icon! DomainBrain has some really powerful features.