Is a driver for their mice and trackballs. The new release includes full support for Mac OS X 10.2.x For best results, Kensington recommends installing the Mac OS X 10.2.1 (or later) update. The new release also includes a new Application Menu that displays a pop-up menu of all your currently running applications at your pointer location.
Is an automated OS X system maintenance tool. In the new release scheduled maintenance may be configured to occur only during system idle time. Transfers data between PIMs. The new version is an update for importing from Now-Up-to-Date, Palm Desktop and Excel. Is a tool to customize icons of Mac OS X items. The latest release is qualified for use with Mac OS X 10.2.2. Is a utility to hide a folder and its contents.
This version fixes known bugs and includes a variety of minor interface tweaks. Is a tool to create custom calendar websites.
The new version fixes a problem with selecting icons for a calendar cell. Enables the use of Address Book pictures in Mail.app. The latest release adds a dialog box with the number of copied pictures. Is data encryption and shredding software. Provides checksums and encryption of files and folders. Is a printer driver. Is a graphical tool to automatically set process priorities.
The latest release improves application launch time, and is updated for Mac OS X 10.2.2. Is a tool to open multiple files and urls from 1 alias. The latest release updates most commands of the launcher. Is a file/directory properties and rights fixer. The latest release fixes a bug when dropping the startup disk on the RigthIt panel. Is an asynchronous networking class for Cocoa developers.
Kensington Mouseworks Windows 10
The new release adds an exmaple project.
Earlier this week, Kensington released the 'final' version of their MouseWorks software for Mac OS X. After a brief beta period, MouseWorks 1.0 for OS X is now available and supports both USB and ADB versions of Kensingtonis input products, starting with the 4-button Turbo Mouse 5.0. While ADB to USB adapters are not yet supported, users of G3 machines with an on-board ADB port will be able to use the MouseWorks software. According to Kensington: MouseWorks for OS X does not currently work with the Griffin iMate ADB-to-USB adapter, and will not be able to do so until Griffin releases OS X drivers for the iMate (currently under development according to Griffinis website). Kensington ADB devices will only work properly with MouseWorks for OS X if they are connected to the ADB port on one of the early G3 computers. If you have a Turbo Mouse Pro or Expert Mouse Pro, please be aware that in this version of MouseWorks, DirectLaunch buttons must be programmed manually; pressing and holding the button to program it is not currently supported as it was under OS 9.
To program a button manually:. Open the MouseWorks control panel.
Click the DirectLaunch tab. Choose LaunchURL? From any response menu. Type in the URL you wish that button to launch, and an optional label, then click OK. Repeat steps 3 and 4 for each button you want to program You can find, including download links, at the Kensington Web site.