New Mac OS X Widgets

The Weather Channel Widget 1.1

About The Weather Channel Widget
Provides all the weather information you need on your dashboard. It includes current weather conditions for your selected locations and notifies you when severe weather alerts are in effect for your area. It also includes a regional radar map and more.

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McJolt JDBC 2.0

About McJolt JDBC
Dashboard widget for database people. Its been described as cool, wow, neat and slick by users. Queries most Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) databases and returns results. Lay down multiple instances of the Widget on your Mac Dashboard, each remembers its specific configuration. If you are forgetful, the Widget tracks all your SQL history. Lots of these tools are around for Microsoft Windows, but very few are on Mac and even fewer have leveraged the Mac Dashboard as EquiQuery has.

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Web development blog feed 1.0

About Web development blog feed
The Web Design & Development Blog is written and maintained by Duncan Midwinter. It regularly features articles on HTML, CSS, Javascript, PHP, Web Design and more.

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Basewatch 1.2

About Basewatch
A widget for time tracking on 37signals’ Basecamp project mamangement system. You can use it to track how much time you’ve spent on a task and then submit to time to Basecamp’s time tracker, assigning the time to a specific Basecamp project and entering a description of the work done.

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Orbitz Travel 1.1.5

About Orbitz Travel
Use this dashboard widget to conveniently search and book flights, hotels, cars, cruises and vacation packages on Orbitz.

- Travel products searching and booking on Orbitz is just one click away from your dashboard
- Set your default home location and destination
- New version reminder

Tips For More Savings:
- Vacation Packages: Book Vacation Packages (combination of any two or more products of Flight/Hotel/Car) and see how much you can save than booking each product separately! Savings can be thousands of dollars if you are booking for a group of travelers (up to 8)!
- Age-Based Pricing (ABP): Specify the numbers of travelers of each age category (Adult, Senior, Youth, Child), and get more accurate pricing and savings for Vacation Packages and Flights.

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Lifebeat Podcast 1.0

About Lifebeat Podcast
Lifebeat is 1/2 motivation and business education, 1/2 energizing music, featuring original tunes from Mokhov. New episodes for free, each and every week. Brought to you by BlueRize.com.

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Neptunes 1.0.1

About Neptunes
Neptunes brings the world of music, movies, and apps right to your Dashboard. This customizable globe keeps you up-to-date with the most popular items from the iTunes Store. Speed up the spin by clicking and dragging the mouse over the globe, and quickly jump to iTunes by double clicking on an icon. You can even scale the globe add more items, or shrink to just the right size for your own dashboard. Browsing the iTunes Top Charts has never been easier or cooler.

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NOS News Widget 1.0

About NOS News Widget
A Dutch NOS news reader widget. Ideal for at the office.

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NewsUpdate 1.0

About NewsUpdate
This is a widget with the lastest headlines of news from different sites.

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eBay Dashboard Widget 1.3

About eBay Dashboard Widget
This dashboard widget allows you quick tracking of your eBay items. Including bidding, won and lost items. After registering with our site, you can watch your favorite items, jump to the auction and place your bids.

- Also, you can directly search through the eBay marketplace and find interesting auctions.
- To use this widget, get yourself an free account from our website.
- After free registration at our website or through the widget, enter the registered username and password in the widget settings. A eBay login window will appear. After logging in there and assigning the widget with you eBay account, you’re good to go.
- You just want to use this widget to track favorite eBay items without any login? That’s great, just enter up to 3 favorite items in the widget’s watchlist on the backside and you can track them right from your dashboard. No need to enter a user/password here. Visit our website for help and FAQ information.

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Send SMS 2.5.1

About Send SMS
How do you send an SMS? Are you using the T9 input method? Are you also wondering why you are using these small keys with numbers on it to enter text while you have your Mac keyboard in front of you? Then the Send SMS widget is for you.

Use your Mac to enter an SMS text message and then send the SMS through the Internet. You do not even need a mobile phone. The widget will send the SMS for you. Each SMS will cost you only 10 cents, whether you’re sending locally or to a foreign country. No roaming costs are involved.

Standard SMS, Group SMS, Long SMS, Unicode SMS, Flash SMS, Reply by Email, Delivery Reports and Sender ID are supported in the USA, Europe, Asia, Middle-East, Africa, Canada, and Australia. Localized in English, German, French, Dutch, Italian, and Spanish.

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Artful Living 1.0

About Artful Living
Awaken your creative passions with an RSS feed featuring homemade gifts, recipes, decorating whims, tutorials, and artsy ideas.

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SlothCam 2.97

About SlothCam
The only fully customizable webcam viewer for Dashboard. Just type your favorite webcam image URL into the preferences (or use one of the built-in webcam URLs) and watch your favorite webcam from Tiger’s Dashboard environment.

Slothcam features include:
- The ability to add and delete cameras, each with their own refresh rate.
- The ability to cycle between cameras when Dashboard is activated, at a set interval, or by pressing the arrow keys.

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Boxee Remote 1.3

About Boxee Remote
A simple widget remote control for Boxee. Built in are some simple media controls: pause, stop, skip ahead, skip back. As well as volume and navigation controls. You must have the web server enabled in order for it to work. As well as be connected to the same network as the machine running Boxee. You’ll also need the Host Name of your computer running Boxee as well as the port the web server uses if it is not the standard 8800. It uses the XBMC HTTP API and currently works with Boxee Beta.

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VelaClock 2.2.7

About VelaClock
A world clock widget with a highly configurable user interface.

Besides displaying local times, users can quickly display the time of sunrise, sunset, or twilight, duration of daylight, current phase of moon, time zone information, and much more. The interface can easily be configured to use a minimum amount of screen space or, if the user wishes, multiple lower panes can be opened to display more information and take up more screen space.

The top pane of VelaClock displays a list of cities and corresponding local times. For more detailed information about the currently-selected city, the user can choose whether to display up to four additional panes (each pane has a full and a minimized version):

- A light level bar that gives the user a picture of the 24-hours of natural light (bright daylight, three kinds of twilight and night) for the current day. A thin white bar indicates when the moon is visible. Daylight duration and the change in minutes of daylight from the previous day are also displayed.
- Specific times for sunrise, sunset, moonrise, and moonset. Begin/end times for civil twilight, nautical twilight, and astronomical twilight can also be displayed.
- An image of the moon as seen in the sky above the currently-selected city. This image accurately depicts the angle of the moon’s crescent. Because this angle can change dramatically within the span of an hour, it is updated once a minute, as is the moon’s phase. This view also contains the name of the current phase, as well as local times for the next and previous phase events (new, quarter, full).
- An analog clock and time zone information. The relative time shows the number of hours the selected city is ahead or behind the current time zone, as set in System Preferences.

No internet connection required. VelaClock is a unique widget in that it is completely self-contained. Many widgets are light weight front-ends to web services; such widgets require an Internet connection. By contrast, VelaClock is designed to function without an Internet connection, and so is particularly useful for laptop users away from their home or office. Astronomical calculations are performed by an internal code module.

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VelaClock Deluxe 2.2.7

About VelaClock Deluxe
A world clock widget with a highly configurable user interface. Besides displaying local times, users can quickly display the time of sunrise, sunset, or twilight, duration of daylight, current phase of moon, time zone information, and much more. The interface can easily be configured to use a minimum amount of screen space or, if the user wishes, multiple lower panes can be opened to display more information and take up more screen space.

The top pane of VelaClock displays a list of cities and corresponding local times. For more detailed information about the currently-selected city, the user can choose whether to display up to five additional panes (each pane has a full and a minimized version):

- A light level bar that gives the user a picture of the 24-hours of natural light (bright daylight, three kinds of twilight and night) for the current day. A thin white bar indicates when the moon is visible. Daylight duration and the change in minutes of daylight from the previous day are also displayed.
- Specific times for sunrise, sunset, moonrise, and moonset. Begin/end times for civil twilight, nautical twilight, and astronomical twilight can also be displayed.
- An image of the moon as seen in the sky above the currently-selected city. This image accurately depicts the angle of the moon’s crescent. Because this angle can change dramatically within the span of an hour, it is updated once a minute, as is the moon’s phase. This view also contains the name of the current phase, as well as local times for the next and previous phase events (new, quarter, full).
- An analog clock and time zone information. The relative time shows the number of hours the selected city is ahead or behind the current time zone, as set in System Preferences.
- Change the current date: a Change Date pane provides the ability to view information for any day in the past or future (from 1932 to 2020). This allows one to determine sunrise, sunset and twilight times for days in the past or future. In addition, one can determine moon rise and set times as well as phase for any day. This is great for photography and outdoor events.

Add user-defined places: to add a new place to VelaClock Deluxe, launch a small utility application from the back of the widget to specify city, country, time zone and a latitude/longitude point. Daylight Saving Time rules are historically accurate.

No internet connection required. VelaClock is a unique widget in that it is completely self-contained. Many widgets are light weight front-ends to web services; such widgets require an Internet connection. By contrast, VelaClock is designed to function without an Internet connection, and so is particularly useful for laptop users away from their home or office. Astronomical calculations are performed by an internal code module.

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Airlock 1.1

About Airlock
Will display a regularly updated list of service information for the Wi-Fi access points discovered by your AirPort device. Hover the mouse over the encryption or signal-strength icons to see detailed information about the encryption type and RSSI values, hover over the SSID to see the BSSID of the access point.

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PEMDAS 2.0

About PEMDAS
An Apple Design Award Winning scientific calculator with an easy-to-use interface for doing calculations with equations and variables.

In addition to the keypad, it also features an equation history view, which is activated by clicking on the the button next to the info button in the bottom bar. The equation history view gives one-click access to everything in the current session, including all equations and their associated results, and all variables. You can clear the session by pressing clear on your keyboard twice fast (shift+delete for notebook users), or double clicking the clear button on the calculator.

In addition, PEMDAS lets you switch between degrees and radians, and has support for percentages, trigonometric, hyberbolic, and logarithmic/exponential functions. You can also convert between hexadecimal, octal, binary, and decimal. PEMDAS lets you format the answer in scientific and engineering notation, has a preference for thousands separators, and lets you limit the amount of significant figures or decimal places displayed.

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GP-widget 2.0

About GP-widget
Breaking and local news, sports and entertainment from Göteborgs-Posten in Sweden.

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College Football Widget 1.5

About College Football Widget
This widget shows the team logo, date, match-up and time/results of I-A and I-AA NCAA football games. Your team can be selected by “flipping” the widget.

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