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RB App Checker Lite 1.1.4 Checks App Code Signatures and Receipts

Nov 25, 2015 - Rainer Brockerhoff releases RB App Checker Lite 1.1.4 for OS X. This utility program helps users and developers to check code signatures and receipts for applications from any source. It will show certificates, requirements and entitlements, embedded provisioning profiles, auxiliary executables and frameworks, cross-check all this information for consistency, and check that the application’s resources have not been altered after signing.


RB App Checker Lite 1.0.3 checks code signatures and receipts

Oct 09, 2013 - Rainer Brockerhoff releases RB App Checker Lite 1.0.3 for OS X. This utility program helps users and developers to check code signatures and receipts for applications from any source. It will show certificates, requirements and entitlements, cross-check all this information for consistency, and check that the application's resources have not been altered after signing. Check if your application is properly signed before submitting it to the App Store or publishing it elsewhere.


Rainer Brockerhoff releases Quay 1.1.5 - The OS X Dock Extender

Oct 07, 2013 - Rainer Brockerhoff has announced Quay 1.1.5, an update to his popular system utility for OS X. Quay extends the Dock's functionality, allowing the user to sort Stack menus in several useful ways, and see extra information for each item. Unlike the standard Dock, Quay always follows aliases or symbolic links, and works correctly even with folders containing tens of thousands of items. Version 1.1.5 adds support for OS X 10.9 (Mavericks).


RB App Checker Lite 1.0 checks code signatures and receipts

Apr 20, 2012 - Rainer Brockerhoff releases RB App Checker Lite 1.0 for Mac OS X. This utility program helps users and developers to check code signatures and receipts for applications from any source. It will show certificates, requirements and entitlements, cross-check all this information for consistency, and check that the application's resources have not been altered after signing. Check if your application is properly signed before submitting it to the App Store or publishing it elsewhere.


Rainer Brockerhoff releases Quay 1.1.3 - The Mac OS X Dock Extender

Jul 20, 2011 - Rainer Brockerhoff today announces Quay 1.1.3, an update to his popular system utility for Mac OS X 10.6 and 10.7. Quay extends the Dock's functionality, allowing the user to sort Stack menus in several useful ways, and see extra information for each item. Unlike the standard Dock, Quay always follows aliases or symbolic links, and works correctly even with folders containing tens of thousands of items. Version 1.1.3 adds support for Lion.


Rainer Brockerhoff releases Quay 1.1.2 - The Snow Leopard Dock Extender

Sep 03, 2009 - Rainer Brockerhoff has announced an update to Quay, a system utility for Mac OS X 10.5 and 10.6. Quay extends the Dock's functionality, allowing the user to sort Stack menus in several useful ways, and see extra information for each item. Quay 1.1.2 adds support for Snow Leopard. Unlike the standard Dock, Quay always follows aliases or symbolic links, and works correctly even with folders containing tens of thousands of items.


Rainer Brockerhoff updates Klicko 1.1.1; Blocks Click-Through, Maximizes

May 11, 2009 - Rainer Brockerhoff has announced version 1.1.1 of Klicko, a small freeware utility that blocks undesired click-through in application windows. Klicko is a System Preferences panel written in Cocoa. It doesn't hack the system, other applications, inject code or do anything magic. Now you must first click anywhere inside a background window to bring it to the front. Klicko also has two other convenient functions: window maximizing and bringing all windows of some application to the front at once.


Rainer Brockerhoff releases Klicko 1.1; blocks click-through, maximizes

Feb 17, 2009 - Rainer Brockerhoff has announced version 1.1 of Klicko, a small freeware utility that blocks undesired click-through in application windows. Klicko is a System Preferences panel written in Cocoa. It doesn't hack the system, other applications, inject code or do anything magic. Now you must first click anywhere inside a background window to bring it to the front. Klicko also has two other convenient functions: window maximizing and bringing all windows of some application to the front at once.


Rainer Brockerhoff releases Klicko 1.0 click-through blocker

Dec 01, 2008 - Rainer Brockerhoff has announced version 1.0 of Klicko, a small freeware utility that blocks undesired click-through in application windows. Klicko is a simple Cocoa application. It doesn't hack the system, other applications, inject code or do anything magic. Just run it, and the Classic behavior will be back: you must first click anywhere inside a background to bring it to the front.