Library 1.0 debuts; book cataloging software

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If you have a lot of books, reference guides or other printed matter that you'd like to keep track of, ArcaneWare has released a new application for Mac OS X aimed at users like you -- Library 1.0.

With Library, you can obtain information about books' current status, cover, title, author, genre and rating. A "Bookmark" feature lets you enter which page you're on, negating the need for real bookmarks or "doggy ears." You can also filter content to view books quickly. An "AutoFill" feature automatically fills in content after you enter a book's ISBN code by querying for further information, including the cover art.

Developed using Mac OS X's Cocoa application framework, Library 1.0 has been released as shareware, and is limited to five books. After paying the US$10 registration fee, that restriction is lifted. For more details visit ArcaneWare's Web site.

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