Dash Clipping Widget
Dash Clipping Widget
1.0

4.1

Dash Clipping Widget free download for Mac

Dash Clipping Widget

1.0
09 August 2006

Mac OS X 10.5 Web clip feature for 10.4.

Overview

Note: Dash Clipping Widget is no longer under development


Dash Clipping Widget brings Mac OS X 10.5's Web Clip feature to 10.4.

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7 Dash Clipping Widget Reviews

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Kzx72
04 April 2011

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This is a handy widget that hasn't been updated in some time. Anyone know of a more current program that does the same thing ?
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Version 1.0
Kzx72
04 April 2011
This is a handy widget that hasn't been updated in some time. Anyone know of a more current program that does the same thing ?
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Version 1.0
mac-34
27 July 2007
please, add an option for a more frequent refresh, e.g., every 5 minutes. tia
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Version 1.0
Macupdate-3-jelwell
17 August 2006
Works great!
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Version 1.0
Oceancubed
09 August 2006
Superb, now if only we could change the frames as the Leopard version!
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Version 1.0
Zorg
09 August 2006
Is it true that you can't resize the widget (a la Keynote). The widget only seems to allow you to decide the right corner positions, but the other two corners (the left side positions) are fixed. Most of what I would like to "web clip" involves being able to clip further down the website page. Great demonstration, all the same!!! Thanks.
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Version 1.0
2 answer(s)
Graham-Parks
Graham-Parks
09 August 2006
Drag within the page area while in resizing mode to move it around.
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Version 1.0
Zorg
Zorg
09 August 2006
don't know what to blame that one on :( too early in the morning??? thanks for the fast reply!
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Version 1.0
Chealion
09 August 2006
Break NDA much?
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Version 1.0
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fahlman
fahlman
09 August 2006
What does an Nondisclosure Agreement have to do with creating an utility that mimics a feature from an OS? Even if he was under a NDA from Apple it would have expired when Mr. Jobs demoed the feature Monday morning.
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Version 1.0
Jickpictures
09 August 2006
Uhh, nice try but when you try and click on a link in the widget, it only opens it in Safari and not the widget itself.
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Version 1.0
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Graham-Parks
Graham-Parks
09 August 2006
That's exactly how it's meant to work. You choose part of a web page to be permanently displayed in the widget so you can track it. Opening links in the widget would completely mess that up.
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Version 1.0
Johnny5w
Johnny5w
09 August 2006
That's what it did in the Keynote. Nice job Developer!
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Version 1.0
Brandon-Edling
Brandon-Edling
09 August 2006
Nice! This is cool to have... it would be nice to have two additions: 1.) the ability to choose the action after clicking on a link (to either leave Dashboard and bring Safari to the front or to have Safari launch and load in the background) and 2.) A choice of borders Thanks!
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Version 1.0
Jickpictures
Jickpictures
09 August 2006
In the WWDC, he clearly clicked on a link in eBay to switch between photos...in the widget....did he not?
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Version 1.0
Graham-Parks
Graham-Parks
09 August 2006
Yes, and Javascript links like the ones for switching pictures on eBay do change the image in the widget.
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Version 1.0
Jickpictures
Jickpictures
09 August 2006
Oh, ok, well thanks for clearing that up for me. I had a totally different view on Web Clip then.
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Version 1.0
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App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.4.11 or later
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