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Info-Mac Digest Fri, 06 Sep 02 Volume 19 : Issue 73

Today's Topics:

[*] Digital Diary v3.0.5
[*] DiskCatalogMaker 2.6.2
[*] DiskCatalogMakerX 2.6.2
[*] EnglishLeagueManager125
[*] EuroSoccerManager115
[*] Web Dumper v1.6
[*] Web Dumper v1.6 OS X
[*] WorldSoccerManager 1.1.5
Follow-up: Software firewall
maping an ip address to a machine access code on a network

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Date: 5 Sep 2002
From: "Erc (home)"
To:
Subject: [*] Digital Diary v3.0.5

Digital Diary v3.0.5 by Eric Rojo (ericrojo@telus.net)

Digital Diary Works the Way You Do to Easily Keep Track of all the Important
Decisions and Activities on all your Projects

Digital Diary allows fingertip access to the activity history and current
status of any project, with the added ability to view all activities on all
projects on any particular day. On a complex project, there could be a
dozen or more separate issues being dealt with simultaneously, each with its
own distinct status and decision stream. Digital Diary helps keep track of
all this by providing a convenient way of recording and automatically
organizing this information. While most personal information managers focus
on scheduling and contacts management, Digital Diary focuses on keeping an
organized record of your activities and decisions, allowing you quick and
easy retrieval of a project's history. Versatile report generation can
organize your data in any manner you choose.

Here are a Few of the Many Uses of Digital Diary:

Business, Sales, and Consulting:
- Project activities and decisions
- Upcoming deadlines, meetings, and appointments
- Telephone and meeting records
- Discussions with suppliers, consultants, clients and co-workers
- Decisions made and communicated to clients, co-workers, and subordinates
- Directions received from clients, authorities, and management
- Decision / activity 'streams' relating to issues within a project
Academic and Scientific:
- Experiment progress notes
- On-going research projects
Educational:
- Individual student progress diary
Home and Personal:
- Personal projects and hobbies
- Special events (weddings, holidays, family reunions, etc.)

Some Unsolicited Comments from Users:

"I've downloaded and am using your Digital Diary and I like it a lot."
M. Sher, U.S.A.

"I have just used Digital Diary. It's so wonderful. I have been searching
for such a program as Digital Diary because I want to manage concurrent
projects."
T. Takashina, Japan

"I discovered your product Digital Diary on the MacUser Internet site and
since using the product, I have been ecstatic. Finally, I've found a piece
of commercial software that enables me to organize my life the way I desire.
********** ABSTRACT CROPPED **********

[Archived as /info-mac/app/digital-diary-305.hqx; 1172 K]

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Date: 6 Sep 2002
From: Katsuya FUJIWARA
To:
Subject: [*] DiskCatalogMaker 2.6.2

DiskCatalogMaker 2.6.2 (A Disk Management Tool)

DiskCatalogMaker is a simple disk management tool which catalogs disks.

FEATURES
- Finder7.x-like look and feel.
- Supports Finder AppleEvents. (Select original, and open original)
- Supports drag and drop. (Copy, clip, trash, and catalog disks.)
- Supports StuffIt / CompactPro / LHA archive Formats.
- Mac OS Classic versions is a FAT application (includes PowerPC and 68K
code).

DiskCatalogMaker requires MacOS/System 7.0 or later.

[Archived as /info-mac/disk/disk-catalog-maker-262.hqx; 343 K]

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Date: 6 Sep 2002
From: Katsuya FUJIWARA
To:
Subject: [*] DiskCatalogMakerX 2.6.2

DiskCatalogMaker for MacOSX 2.6.2 (A Disk Management Tool)
International version (includes English, French, Japanese)

DiskCatalogMaker is a simple disk management tool which catalogs disks.

FEATURES
- Aqua look and feel.
- Super fast search algorism.
- Supports drag and drop. (Copy, clip, trash, and catalog disks.)
- Supports Finder AppleEvents. (Select original, and open original.)
- Supports StuffIt / CompactPro / LHA archive Formats.
- Mac OS X versions is a Mach-O application. (Mac OS X native format.)

DiskCatalogMaker for MacOSX requires MacOSX 10.1.2 or later.

[Archived as /info-mac/disk/disk-catalog-maker-262-x.hqx; 927 K]

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Date: 6 Sep 2002
From: TigaByte Software
To:
Subject: [*] EnglishLeagueManager125

English League
Managerv1.25 is a shareware soccer management game.

ELM allows you to manage a team within the English league. The ultimate
aim is to win the Premier Championship and both the FA and League Cups
within the same season.

FEATURES

* Manage a team from one of the 4 main English Divisions using over 90
screens.

* Play three types of game - Standard, Manager's, and Custom.

* Over 4000 players in 124 clubs: - up to 25 players in squad & up to
25 in reserves.

* Player roles - goalkeeper, defender, midfielder, forward.

* Moving match play allowing substitutes,injuries, corners,free kicks,
red cards.

* Match animation is 2D but hidden simulation uses 3D space for ball.

* The ability to change formation and general tactics during a match.

* Training ground for practicing corner and free kick tactics.

* Financial control of the club including loans, sponsorships and match
advertising.

* Buy and sell players on the transfer market, and browse any club.

* Ground development for increasing crowd capacity.

* On screen help system.

* Editor for creating custom scenarios with registered version.

REQUIREMENTS

* 68030 or later, 68040 recommended, an FPU is NOT required.

* 3.7MB free RAM - on older Macs, 5.0MB free RAM - on newer Macs.

* 640x480 at 256 colour screen.
********** ABSTRACT CROPPED **********

[Archived as /info-mac/game/english-league-manager-125.hqx; 2845 K]

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Date: 6 Sep 2002
From: TigaByte Software
To:
Subject: [*] EuroSoccerManager115

Euro Soccer Manager
v1.15 is a shareware soccer management game.

Euro Soccer Manager is a soccer management game where the aim is to
guide your club to league and European cup success.

FEATURES

* Manage a team from one of the 16 European Premier/1st Divisions:-

Belgium, Denmark, England, Finland, France, Germany, Greece,
Holland,

Ireland, Italy, Norway, Portugal, Russia, Scotland, Spain,
Sweden.

* More than 10000 players in over 300 clubs:

* UEFA and European Cup competitions.

* Player roles - goalkeeper, defender, midfielder, forward.

* Moving match play allowing substitutes and injuries.

* Match animation is 2D but hidden simulation uses 3D space for ball.

* Dead ball situations - corners, goal kicks, free kicks, and
penalties.

* The ability to change formation and general tactics during a match.

* Yellow and Red cards with player suspensions.

* Training ground for practicing corner and free kick tactics.

* Financial control of the club including loans, sponsorships and match
advertising.

* Buy and sell players on the transfer market, and browse any club.

* Ground development for increasing crowd capacity.

* On screen help system.

* Editor for creating custom scenarios with registered version.

********** ABSTRACT CROPPED **********

[Archived as /info-mac/game/euro-soccer-manager-115.hqx; 3085 K]

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Date: 5 Sep 2002
From: Max Programming LLC
To:
Subject: [*] Web Dumper v1.6


Maxprog is proud to present another update of its web tool product
named 'Web Dumper' a full featured internet tool that allows users to
download web sites for offline browsing.

What's new in this release?

* Proxy support.
* Better anchors management.
* 'BASE HREF' tag better support.
* 'HREF' better support.
* Chunked' transfert encoding marks removed properly.
* Better relink. Post linker fully rewritten.
* Better HTTP status code handler.
* Link history out of bound exception when loading links with CRs.

Screenshots available at: http://www.maxprog.com/WebDumperShots.html

> Overview
........................................................................

If you are viewing a Web site with your browser and you decide that you
would like to make a copy of it on your hard drive, you have to
manually save each page as you view it along with embedded pictures,
sounds and so on. This can be a very long and tedious process, and in
many cases it's more trouble than it's worth. It doesn't have to be
that way, however, as Web Dumper makes this whole process very fast and
easy.

With Web Dumper you can download entire Web sites off of the Internet,
and save them on your hard drive for later offline browsing. Downloaded
Web sites are saved on your hard drive with their directory structure
intact. Web Dumper automatically downloads HTML documents along with
their embedded pictures, sounds, movies and so on while it screens them
to look for any enclosed links to other documents.

Web Dumper lets you select which kinds of file you want to be dumped
between more than 60 available standard types, the folder depth level,
how links must be processed and if it must re-link your HTML documents
for offline browsing.

[Archived as /info-mac/comm/inet/web/web-dumper-16.hqx; 1133 K]

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Date: 5 Sep 2002
From: Max Programming LLC
To:
Subject: [*] Web Dumper v1.6 OS X


Maxprog is proud to present another update of its web tool product
named 'Web Dumper' a full featured internet tool that allows users to
download web sites for offline browsing.

What's new in this release?

* Proxy support.
* Better anchors management.
* 'BASE HREF' tag better support.
* 'HREF' better support.
* Chunked' transfert encoding marks removed properly.
* Better relink. Post linker fully rewritten.
* Better HTTP status code handler.
* Link history out of bound exception when loading links with CRs.

Screenshots available at: http://www.maxprog.com/WebDumperShots.html

> Overview
........................................................................

If you are viewing a Web site with your browser and you decide that you
would like to make a copy of it on your hard drive, you have to
manually save each page as you view it along with embedded pictures,
sounds and so on. This can be a very long and tedious process, and in
many cases it's more trouble than it's worth. It doesn't have to be
that way, however, as Web Dumper makes this whole process very fast and
easy.

With Web Dumper you can download entire Web sites off of the Internet,
and save them on your hard drive for later offline browsing. Downloaded
Web sites are saved on your hard drive with their directory structure
intact. Web Dumper automatically downloads HTML documents along with
their embedded pictures, sounds, movies and so on while it screens them
to look for any enclosed links to other documents.

Web Dumper lets you select which kinds of file you want to be dumped
between more than 60 available standard types, the folder depth level,
how links must be processed and if it must re-link your HTML documents
for offline browsing.

[Archived as /info-mac/comm/inet/web/web-dumper-16-osx.hqx; 2605 K]

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Date: 6 Sep 2002
From: TigaByte Software
To:
Subject: [*] WorldSoccerManager 1.1.5


World Soccer Manager is a soccer management game where the aim is
to win both the 2002 World Cup and a tough futuristic World League.

FEATURES
* Manage a team from one of the 32 2002 World Cup finalists.
* WSM has accurate fixture lists including dates and tables.
* Choose from 43 predefined teams in the World League.
* About 1000 players in 43 major teams: and 23 players in each squad.
* Player roles - goalkeeper, defender, midfielder, forward.
* Moving match play allowing substitutes and injuries.
* Match animation is 2D but hidden simulation uses 3D space for ball.
* Dead ball situations - corners, goal kicks, free kicks, and penalties.
* The ability to change players and tactics during a match.
* Yellow and Red cards with player suspensions.
* Training ground for practicing corner and free kick tactics.
* Tactical screens for planning defensive and offensive formations.
* Detailed statistics for both team and individual player performance.

* Editor for creating custom scenarios with registered version.

REQUIREMENTS
* 68k version - 3.7MB free RAM, PPC version - 5.5MB free RAM.
* Minimum of 640x480 at 256 colour screen.
* OS7.1 to OS9.2.

DISTRIBUTION
This World Soccer Manager demo may be freely included on CDROMs.

CONTACT
Malcolm:- mrj.mcquoid@kagi.com
http://www.kagi.com/mrj.mcquoid/default.html

[Archived as /info-mac/game/world-soccer-manager-115.hqx; 1923 K]

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Date: Thu, 05 Sep 2002 20:30:41 -0400
From: gcbarry
To: InfoMac
Subject: Follow-up: Software firewall

Hello,

It's been a couple of weeks since I posted my original question, but I
wanted to test before replying. Several people responded, and all
recommended "IPNetSentry" (http://www.sustworks.com), so I downloaded
a trial version, and was very impressed!

I had a few questions about their configuration process, which were
answered promptly and in detail. Plus, through the log, I was able to
see intrusion attempts that they blocked!

So I purchased a license for $35, and feel quite secure. As a happy
customer, I recommend it.

Thanks!
Carolyn

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Date: Thu, 5 Sep 2002 11:07:28 -0700 (PDT)
From: David Hirschberg
To: digest@info-mac.org
Subject: maping an ip address to a machine access code on a network

Hi,

I am trying to troubleshoot and monitor my small community WIFI clound. Is there network software out there or a command I can type from the terminal interface in OSX that will give me back all the MAC's of the WIFI and ethernet cards on my network?

Here is the long story: I have an aeronet router connected to a DSL line. On one of the ports I have a SM2652W WAP that is running OPenAP. There are 7 other WAPs in our neighborhood which receive and propogate the signal. My router dynamically assigns IP addresses. I have used a couple of network utilities that ping the WAPs and tell me their IP address but they do not give the MAC of the device so I have no way to figure out actual idenity of that device since the IP can change.

I also have an Apple airport card and when I pull up the signal strenght utilities it shows the MAC address of the WAP it is communicating with so I know that information must be broadcast. I just want to poll everything from one mac rather than walking around the neighborhood.

Thanks, David

David Hirschberg
hirschberg@mac.com

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