The 9.2 updates for Acrobat and Adobe Reader address vulnerabilities that could cause the applications to crash and potentially allow an attack to take control of the affected system. Also, SuperDuper and Cocktail both saw maintenance updates released on Tuesday.
Snow Leopard has been out for more than a month, but Ted Landau keeps stumbling across compatibility problems. The latest? It involves trying to view a PDF document, accessed as a Web link in Safari.
PDFpen 4.5 uses version 15.5 of the OmniPage OCR engine, which should improve accuracy in the PDF editing program. Also updated on Tuesday were Typinator, RealBasic and Real Studio, VideoFlash Converter, and Djay.
Snow Leopard has changed the way you combine PDF documents in Preview. It works like this.
Boinx added Snow Leopard compatibility to its BoinxTV video podcasting tool, while Miraizaon did the same for its Cinematize DVD movie clip extraction offerings. Also, Werck unveiled Checkout 3, and Zervix released the new PDF Checkpoint.
Read Right is a specialized PDF reader that turns your MacBook into an e-book.
Sometimes, you want to copy and paste tables as graphics--rather than live, editable tables--from Numbers into Pages. Here's how.
Need a digital ID? Here's how to create one with Adobe Acrobat.
ShrinkRay -- offered for free for the next week -- uses tilt-shift photographic techniques to make large scenes appear tiny. Also, ProVue released Track Magic Pro, an OS X-based analysis tool for Ruby on Rails applications, while SmileOnMyMac updated PDFpen.
QuarkXPress 8.1 improves PDF output with native transparency support; Quark Publishing System also gets improvements.