Posts Tagged ‘macintosh’

Download Thingy, a free Download Manager for the Mac

Saturday, September 19th, 2009

Download ThingyIm working in a new piece of software called “Download Thingy” (at least for now).

It is basically a Download Manager for Mac OS X. The main reasons why I am doing this are simple: There seems to be not a single Download Manager for the Mac that complies with the following:

  • It is Free.
  • It doesn’t have a lot of features that i will NEVER use.
  • Comes with a simple UI putting the main focus on the Downloads and not on other stuff I don’t care.
  • Allows segmented / multi threaded downloads.
  • Allows limiting the download speed in a “per download” or “overall” basis.

For this project I’m using the amazing libCurl library as the download engine backend.

Anybody who is interested to participate in a private alpha testing of this (yet prototype) app feel free to comment on this post and i will get back to you when an alpha version is ready for testing.

Cheers, Diego.

CSSEdit 2.5, a visual CSS Editor that doesn’t suck.

Thursday, September 27th, 2007

CSSEdit 2.5 screenshotOh my God, some weeks ago I bought a license for this amazing piece of software made by the guys at macrabbit.com. This is not just another CSS Editor, this is **THE** CSS Editor.
Not only you can edit each and every aspect of the css code in a visual manner, but also, every change that you do is reflected in the display window in real time! Yay!
One of the features that i really love about this software is the “X-Ray” function, where you basically click on the different elements of the webpage you are working on, and it tells you all the CSS classes that are affecting it, you also see the full inheritance tree and you can, obviously create new CSS Classes with full inheritance control thanks to the “inspector” window.
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