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Grumpy-Cat reviewed on 30 Dec 2013
DjView 4.5 (from 2012)
This freeware DjVu viewer comes with the DjLibre package, along with with a set of Unix command line tools for creating DjVu files from image files. The command line tools are only interesting to expert users, while the viewer application is currently the best freeware DjVu viewer for Mac. Notable features include:

• Export to PDF export with adjustable maximum image density
• Export as TIFF image or multi-page TIF file
• Save As DjVue file for selected page ranges
• Printing
• Adjustable screen resolution setting, so that a 100% zoom on the screen can correctly show the actual size of the original
• Single-page view / page spread view, continuous
• Text search (if a file contains OCR text)

The viewer has been ported from another platform and doesn't abide to the native OS X GUI standards. It doesn't use the OS X print dialog. Once a print job is sent off, it can only be checked on or cancelled using the web interface of OS X's underlying Unix Printing System (CUPS). To access the CUPS, use a web browser and type in the web address
– or the local IP address The web interface may need to be enabled first via the Terminal application, using the command
cupsctl WebInterface=yes
Things I wish it had: 1) Bookmarking 2) Use of OS X print dialog 3) Interfacing with OS X's text-to-speech system as well as Dictionary lookup. 4) Selecting text using the mouse.
[Version 3.5.22]

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Grumpy-Cat replied on 30 Dec 2013
The direct download link currently given on this page is for the old version 3.5 only. To get newer versions, go to:


Project site: http://djvu.sourceforge.net/djview4.html

Grumpy-Cat reviewed on 04 Sep 2013
Interesting customisable features for convenience and interface, but lacks gapless play, requires extra payment to enable online radio, has no equaliser, no tag editing.
[Version 1.1.1]


Grumpy-Cat reviewed on 19 Feb 2013
This QuickTime component hasn't been updated since 2009. However, it works here in OS X 10.7 Lion with QuickTime Player, Quick View, and Safari 6.0.3. Just needs to be placed in the folder/Macintosh HD/Library/QuickTime. (Not '/Library/Components' as the outdated ReadMe instructs.)

It works in iTunes (at least iTunes 11.6) if iTunes is started in 32-bit mode (right-click the iTunes application icon in the Applications folder, choose 'Get Information', then check-mark 'Open in 32-bit mode'.)

To encode audio in the .ogg format, make sure you download the version with encoder from the project website: http://www.xiph.org/quicktime/download.html
It'll work via the QuickTime export menu, e.g. via QuickTime Pro, MPEG Streamclip, Audacity, etc.
[Version 0.1.9]

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Grumpy-Cat replied on 19 Feb 2013
(I meant Safari 6.0.2.)

Grumpy-Cat replied on 19 Feb 2013
...and iTunes 10.6 doh!

Grumpy-Cat replied on 27 Nov 2013
Sadly, it doesn't work anymore starting with Safari 6.1 (OS X 10.7). Please, could this nice plugin be updated to make it work in Safari again?

Grumpy-Cat reviewed on 27 Dec 2011
Simple and helpful, version 1.1 works perfectly with Lion.
(Tested on OS X 10.7.2)
[Version 1.1]

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