The CodeAssistor Editor is a programming editor that can be useful for editing C/C++, Objective C/C++, Makefiles, Java, SQL, TXT, PHP, Bash, Batch, Perl, Python, Flex, and Bison. The CodeAssistor Editor strives to be small, fast, and simple. Major features include code colorizing and code folding. It is similar to TextEdit, Notepad, and Notepad++.
PixSteward downloads pictures and metadata from your Flickr accounts and archives them in a relational database on your computer, allowing offline searches and image exporting. With PixSteward, you can safely back up multiple Flickr photostreams with metadata to your Mac, perform sophisticated searches (even where there's no Internet connection), rapidly browse your picture archive and export original-sized JPEGs, PNGs, and GIFs (groups and one-by-one), export sets of pictures along with their metadata for use in other apps, and edit your Flickr tags, titles, and descriptions simultaneously on Flickr and within PixSteward.
With one click, FileMyFiles will organize all of the files on your desktop. There are powerful options to change file and folder names. It will uninstall applications and all of their related files and folders. It can selectively delete just some of the files and folders from the trash. It can also be scheduled to keep all of your important folders organized. Files are sorted and put into folders according to eight categories of file types: Words, Images, Audio, Compressed, Data, Layout, Video, and Web. FileMyFiles will keep all of your files organized, leaving your desktop and other important folders uncluttered and your files easy to find.
PDFSlide is an application for displaying PDF-based presentations, such as those created by Beamer. It includes a presenter mode with current and next views. The timer view shows the current time and the elapsed presentation time. Apple Remote support is also included, which allows the presentation to be remotely controlled.
iMan is a man page viewer for Mac OS X. It provides a native Aqua interface as an alternative to the use of the man program via the Terminal. A variety of useful features have been implemented, including multiple viewing windows, viewing of man pages as well as any man-format file on disk, support for apropos and whatis database searches, as well as in-page search with regular expressions, browser-style history (forward and back within any window), user-customizable font styles, and support for links to man pages in several forms (man:groff(1), man://groff/1, and man://1/groff are all supported). The reusable framework core can be embedded in other applications to provide man page handling functionality.
headstak is a stack-based task list. Before you start a task, or when you are interrupted while working on a task, you push the current job onto a stack. When the interruption finishes, or when the task is complete, you pop it from the stack - leaving you facing the job you were working on beforehand at the top of the stack. Run it and it should appear on your status bar as a little stack of stuff on a head. It is activated with the Control-Command-0 global hotkey.