|Op. System:||Mac OS X|
|File size:||462 KB|
Publisher description for X-Assist
X-Assist was created to assist in the much loved but missing features of OS 9 in OSX. Over time other helpful features have been added. Specifically: Application Switcher Menu (top right corner of screen) X-Assist has a Similar implementation. Quick access to 'Recent Applications'. X-Assist has no 'limit'. The ability to add personal hierarchies of items in an OS9-like 'apple' menu. X-Assist allows users to add any hierarchy into a 'Shortcuts' submenu. An extensible 'Control Strip' like plugin architecture. X-Assist supports Objective-C (NSBundle) plugins. They are easy to write, and examples 'SetVolume' and 'MP3 Player' plugins are provided in this distribution. OS 9 window behavior - when you switch applications by clicking in a window, all windows for that application are shown. This behavior has changed in OSX and can be a bit annoying. X-Assist brings back the OS9 windowing functionality and also allows you to toggle between modes. Easy access to System Preferences (Control Panels).