It’s been less than a week since Mac OS X v10.3 “Panther” hit the streets, and Mac OS X developers are still updating their software to achieve compatibility with the new operating system. Since before Panther was released, MacCentral has been bringing readers news and info about these updates both through discrete news items and through roundups like this.
Speech recognition software developer
released iListen v1.6.3
, a new version that sports Panther compatibility and “several other improvements that provide a more consistent user experience when issuing voice commands.” It’s a free update for iListen 1.5 and higher.
has updated all five of its shareware applications with Panther support. Some get new features and bug fixes too. Hit their Web site to grab the latest copies of Portraits & Prints, TemplateMaker, ChronoSync, DayChaser and ImageCaster.
Panda Systems has updated
PandoCalendar, its desktop calendar software, to v6.0.3. The new version fixes a rendering problem on Panther and also corrects a “rare bug” that could cause calendar text display in a distorted color and more.
Circus Ponies Software
has released NoteBook 1.1 (v149), which is now fully Panther-compliant. The new version is ready for download from their Web site.
Zinio, which makes the Zinio Reader software used to read digital publications including Macworld and Mac Publishing’s new Mac Developer Journal, has been updated to version 1.4.2, which adds Panther support. Previous versions may give a “color depth” error.
has updated CyberGauge to v4.2. CyberGauge is a bandwidth monitoring tool for OS X that supports any SNMP-bsed device, including network routers, switches and servers. Minor bug fixes have also been made.