Fairmount mounts the contents of a video DVD on a Mac OS X machine as though it were normal filesystem. It is so named because it enables fair use of the content. It does not itself supply DVD reading code, but instead requires that a DVD library from videolan.org be installed separately. Fairmount was originally developed by Metakine and released under the GPL, but they have ceased to develop or distribute it. This version is a fork of their original code.
Crossbow is an image browser and viewer for Mac OS X similar to ACDSee on Windows. Some key features include a thumbnail image browser with preview and an image viewer with a full-screen slideshow. It supports all Core Image file formats including JPEG, GIF, PNG, TIFF, PDF, and raw. It displays image metadata including EXIF, IPTC, and GPS. It can create zip archives. Planned features include batch resize, rotate, convert, and rename, the file operations rename, copy, move, and delete, and copying images from the camera.
SubnetMapper is an admin's quick tool to map and keep track of managed IP networks, track free ranges that are available for assigning, and document the network setup. It has been designed to help admins manage and document small to medium networks. It prints and displays freely colorable maps of your network.
SpotLook is a graphical interface to Mac OS X Leopard's Spotlight desktop search engine. It features tracks, which are timelines showing results according to their date. Tracks can created, edited, and customized, and include a search scope and attributes to search for. Found items can be viewed with Quick Look or revealed in the Finder.