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Adblock For Safari 2.5.8
Have you ever wished you could get rid of those flashy banner ads? Well, now you can. AdBlock For Safari prevents ads from being downloaded, letting you enjoy a more peaceful web browsing experience.
Adblock Plus 2.0.1
Ever been annoyed by all those ads and banners on the internet that often take longer to download than everything else on the page? Install Adblock Plus now and get rid of them.
Adobe Reader 10.1.1
Adobe Acrobat Reader is free software that lets you view and print Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) files.
AllBookmarks adds a new item to your Mac OS X menu bar giving you quick access to all your bookmarks. All your Safari, Firefox and Flock bookmarks are shown and can be selected. AllBookmarks also gives you accesses to your 1Password 1Click bookmarks so you can navigate to a page, fill the form, and submit it, all with a single click!
Autofill Forms 0.9.5.2
Autofill Forms enables you to fill out web forms with one click or a keyboard shortcut.
Beholder queries web image search engines and quickly arranges their results along with their source pages, URLs and other link details. Using Beholder's contact sheet interface, you can easily navigate through hundreds of images, verifying whether they are still available on the web and downloading them for inspection or archival purposes. And thanks to Beholder's web site scanning engine, you can extend your searches and extract related images from any web page, web directory or RSS feed.
After you install Bookdog, you spend a few minutes adjusting how you want your bookmarks sorted, click Sort and within seconds your bookmarks are all in order! Click Analyze to find duplicates and then Fix them. Open the Preferences, activate Bookwatchdog, and your bookmarks will be resorted after you make changes, automatically. Do you seem to have a lot of bookmarks that don't work anymore? Tell Bookdog to Verify. He'll go to all your websites, fetch their data, present a report, give you some options on how he can automatically fix bookmarks that have been "redirected", and finally present a handy tool which allows you to quickly review and fix the remainder. When you tell him to Migrate your bookmarks between browsers (Safari, Camino, Firefox) he finds the right folder and, if you want him to, avoids creating duplicates.
What is Butler?
* A file launcher You can access applications and any other kind of document by browsing fully customizable system-wide menus, pressing hot keys, clicking hot corners, or entering abbreviations. Butler will learn from your habits and remember what you want a certain abbreviation to do (e.g., enter "ab" to launch "Address Book").
* A bookmark manager
Butler offers you a way to manage your bookmarks without depending on a certain browser. In contrast to a browser's bookmark collection, Butler's bookmarks are always accessible through its system-wide menus, hot keys, etc. And you'll certainly become addicted to accessing bookmarks by entering abbreviations. Butler also lets you access the bookmarks of all major browsers. Adding files or URLs from your browser to Butler's configuration is stunningly easy: Just drag them to the active screen corner (default: top left), see Butler's main window open, and drop your items somewhere whithin your configuration.
* A web search utility
Butler's predecessor "Another Launcher" was the first application that let you search the web from the menu bar. But if your menu bar is too crowded for an input field, you can also use hot keys to pop up dedicated web search windows. Butler supports a large number of search engines by default, but you are not restricted to those - you can easily add your own search engines.
* A pasteboard extension
Butler lets you access items you have previously stored in your pasteboard, effectively turning your pasteboard into a stack. You can also take a snapshot of your current pasteboard and keep it for good. This feature is particularly useful for text snippets you need to enter on a regular basis.
* And so much more...
ClickToPlugin is a lightweight and highly customizable extension that prevents Safari from launching plug-ins automatically, resulting in faster browsing, reduced fan usage, and increased battery life. It replaces every plug-in object by an unobtrusive placeholder that can be clicked to load the embedded content. Further, it can replace many plug-in-based media players by Safari's native HTML5 media player. ClickToFlash is a restriction of ClickToPlugin that only deals with Flash content.
Cocoa Cookies 0.9
Cocoa Cookies is a free Cocoa-based utility for Mac OS X Tiger that allows you to search (with regex) and delete (with undo) HTTP cookies stored in the shared Cocoa cookie storage used by Safari, Dashboard, NetNewsWire, Sherlock, Shiira, and others.
Context Search 0.4.5
Changes the "Web Search for" context item into a menu containing your search plugins.
Keep the cookies you want, automatically delete the rest.
DEVONagent is the solution for you if you are tired of clicking hundreds of links delivered by Google & Co. just to find out that most of the links are either outdated, broken or lead to junk pages. It communicates with search engines, digs for you through all the results and gives you only those documents that are really worth reading. Even better, it summarizes the accumulated knowledge and presents you with a list of the most important topics and an interactive mind map. Finding information on the Web has never been easier!
Flashblock is an extension for the Mozilla and Firefox browsers that takes a pessemistic approach to dealing with Macromedia Flash content on a webpage and blocks ALL Flash content from loading. It then leaves a placeholder on the page that allows you to click to view the Flash content.
Flash Player 18.104.22.168
Macromedia Flash Player is the high performance, lightweight, highly expressive client runtime that delivers powerful and consistent user experiences across major operating systems, browsers, mobile phones and devices.
Installed on over 700 million internet-connected desktops and mobile devices, Flash Player is the backbone of the Flash Platform and enables organizations and individuals to build and deliver great digital experiences to their end users.
Flip4Mac WMV 22.214.171.124
With the Windows Media Components for QuickTime by Flip4Mac, you can play Windows Media files (.wma and .wmv) in QuickTime Player and view Windows Media content on the Internet using a web browser.
Ghostery allows you to block scripts from companies that you don't trust, delete local shared objects, and even block images and iframes. Ghostery puts your web privacy back in your hands.
Glims adds a cocktail of features to Safari (Tabs, Thumbnails, Full Screen, Search Engines, Search Suggestions, Forms autocomplete on, Dated download folders, Type Ahead ...)
Greasemonkey is a Firefox extension which lets you add bits of DHTML ("user scripts") to any web page to change its behavior. In much the same way that user CSS lets you take control of a web page's style, user scripts let you easily control any aspect of a web page's design or interaction.
For example, you could:
Make sure that all URLs displayed in the browser are clickable links
Improve the usability of a site you frequent
Route around common and annoying website bugs
Use the Coral content network selectively.
The real advantage of iFind is to deliver better results when searching for more than one word, like in names.
Best function - specific search, most result links might be related to query
More function - general search, most result links might not be related to query
Example search: Peter Parker
Example result links:
1: ... and the great historian Peter Parker can only be visited...
2: ... people called Peter and it helps to have a Parker pen...
"best" will only return the first result link
"more" will return both result links
iSeek is a handy little program for Mac OS X that allows you to instantly search for anything you seek, no matter what program you are running. iSeek puts a familiar search field in your menu bar, needing just a click or keystroke to start your search!
iSeek's slick and seamless interface hides a significant amount of power and convenience. iSeek is no mere front-end to Google, it will ship with pre-configured search shortcuts for dozens of useful Internet resources.
Monocle is a search tool designed for the way you search. Monocle hangs out in the menu bar and you bring it up with one hot key. You can easily switch between engines to search exactly where you'd like to. Google, Wikipedia, Windows Live and Yahoo! may be preloaded, but you can add any search engine (or web site with a search function) you'd like. For example, if you wanted to be able to search YouTube, you'd tell Monocle to add an engine, go to YouTube and perform a search for a specific word, and now you can search YouTube. That's about as hard as it needs to be, right?
That's not all there is to Monocle, though. As you type, suggestions and preliminary results (both from Google) appear in a list right below, so that you can hone your query or go right to a result and cut out the results page. What's more, programmers can add new sources of suggestions and results with an API right in Monocle, and once they do, you can download them and make use of them.
Manage hundreds of passwords with one master key.
Integrated with Safari, OmniWeb, DEVONagent, Firefox, Camino, and Flock.
Automatic form filler outclasses the other AutoFill products.
OS X Keychain integration provides maximum security.
When using strong random passwords it is important to be able to access your information where ever you go. 1Password provides solutions for iPhone/iPod touch and Palm so you can take your data anywhere.
In addition to support for mobile devices, 1Password optionally allows you to store your data on the my1Password web service, enabling you to access your information from any modern web browser.
In the time it takes to grab a glass of water, Pandora is able to hunt down images by spidering a URL or performing a keyword-based search. A clear and intuitive interface guarantees you are underway in no time, and extensive preferences allow power users to flex their muscles. It can multitask, and after a rapid search based on the given criteria, Pandora prepares a slideshow, providing you with a quick and comprehensive glance at discovered files.
Paparazzi! is a small utility for Mac OS X that makes screenshots of webpages.
Print Selection Service 2.0
The Print Selection Service adds a Print Selection command to the Services menu. You need to log out after installation for applications to see the new Service.
RealPlayer plays the great RealAudio and RealVideo content on the web, all without download delays.
Reference Miner 3.1.4
Reference Miner searches the Internet to find and display reference information from PubMed, Amazon (US, UK, Germany, France, Canada, and Japan), the Library of Congress, and Google Scholar. Special features include a built-in web browser (reference surfing), drag and drop download of pdfs (requires institutional access privileges) and web pages from PubMed, Amazon, and Google Scholar, the display of book cover art (Amazon), and the ability to easily perform complex searches.
Safari AdBlocker 1.9.3
Safari AdBlocker is the only 64-bit ad blocker built for Mac OS X 10.5+ to integrate directly into Safari, for minimum disruption to your browsing experience.
SafariCookieCutter is a simple cookie editor for Apple's Safari Web browser. SafariCookieCutter allows any user to add cookies to Safari's cookie database, edit existing cookies, and delete cookies. SafariCookieCutter is useful for increasing the life of existing cookies, and manually importing your cookies into Safari from another browser. SafariCookieCutter is available in English, French, and German.
Safari Cookies 1.3.8
Safari Cookies is the only cookie manager built for Mac OS X 10.5+ to integrate directly into Safari, for minimum disruption to your browsing experience
Safari Cookies requires
The installer will detect if it needs to install SIMBL (Snow Leopard, or Leopard version), and will do so if it is required. - Older versions of Safari Cookies (0.8 and below, will be automatically uninstalled)
- Sidebar (thumbnail tab)
- 'Quick Search'
- 'Stand Search' - supports Spotlight
- 'Action Menu'
- ...and many more
Safari Validator 0.3.1
Safari Validator is a Safari extension which allows you to validate your website for (x)html compliance. The actual validation is done by Tidy and the W3C validator.
Microsoft Silverlight powers rich application experiences and delivers high quality, interactive video across the Web and mobile devices through the most powerful runtime available on the Web.
SIMBL-0.9.7a works for both 32-bit and 64-bit applications running on Snow Leopard (Mac OS X 10.6).
Existing plugins that are 32-bit and run in 32-bit applications will work fine, but 64-bit applications will require a new 64-bit versions of the plugins. Please direct your 64-bit questions to the plugin developers themselves not to me!
SIMBL (Smart InputManager Bundle Loader) - pronounced like "symbol" or "cymbal" allows you to build hacks for Cocoa applications and apply the code selectively based on an application's unique identifier. It's not really all that smart, or even clever, but it's smarter than just blindly loading code into an application.
For example, Safari's application identifier is com.apple.Safari. You can use this to prevent bundles that link against application-specific frameworks from bombing on startup when they encounter another application that does not support those libraries. You can also use the application's bundle version to further specify when your plugin should load.
User Agent Switcher 0.7.2
Adds a menu to switch the user agent of the browser.
Video DownloadHelper 4.7
The easy way to download and convert Web videos from hundreds of YouTube-like sites.
This works also for audio and picture galleries.
Webbla is an application for Mac OS X Leopard that helps you in organizing your bookmarks visually. It also offers you an easy way to keep track of website updates. Instead of remembering your bookmarks by title, Webbla gives you a new way to remember them visually. Personalizing your bookmarks with tags or keeping them in different categories will help you to come back to them easily.
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