Control fonts and tunes
You Control: Fonts and You Control: Tunes Updated for LeopardYou Software has rolled out You Control: Fonts 1.3, the system-wide WYSIWYG font menu, and You Control: Tunes 1.6, the powerful iTunes controller and library browsing utility. Both of these updates deliver fixes to provide compatibility with Mac OS X Leopard (10.5).
In addition, You Control and You Control: Desktops updates for Leopard compatibility are in public beta and are expected to be released this month.
About You Control: Fonts:
You Control: Fonts lets you create a WYSIWYG font menu in Mac OS X.
Built upon the award-winning You Control custom menu utility, You Control: Fonts allows you to create a custom font menu that makes it easy to see all of your fonts in their own typeface and grouping them by font family for better organization.
You can see and select the perfect font for your document or design in your favorite applications.
About You Control: Tunes:
You Control: Tunes is a free utility that gives you complete control over iTunes from the Mac OS X menu bar.
You Control: Tunes provides easy access to the iTunes controls (such as Next Track, Previous, Volume, Play/Pause, Stop) via both menu items and user-defined hot keys. In addition, You Control: Tunes can display the current track information in multiple locations, including the menu bar, inside custom menus, and as an overlay on the desktop. Unlike most third-party iTunes controllers, You Control: Tunes also allows the user the ability to navigate your entire iTunes music library from the menu bar, without ever leaving your current application.
Pricing and Availability:
You Control: Fonts 1.3 is a free upgrade to registered users. New users may purchase the software for $19.95 directly from the You Software website. New users can also download free, fully functional 15-day demos of all products from the website. All products are backed with a 30-day money back guarantee.
You Software offers You Control: Tunes as a free stand-alone product to showcase one of the 19 modules available in the award-winning You Control. Users of You Control: Tunes have the option of upgrading to the full You Control to take advantage of the endless menu bar customizations.
You Software is a developer and publisher of Macintosh productivity software designed to make the software you use everyday work better. For more information and to keep informed about new product introductions please visit the company's website.
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