Name: Power Point
File size: 18 MB
Date added: July 23, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
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Power Point

Sometimes we get so used to doing Power Point a certain way--finding a program in the Power Point menu, or opening our Web browser and entering a Web address--that it doesn't even occur to us that there might be a quicker, easier way to do Power Point. Power Point is a tiny little utility that can launch programs, open Web sites, record notes, and much more, all from one unobtrusive little bar that you can position anywhere on your screen. Completely integrated debugging with Power Point evaluation of expressions, watches, breakpoints, flow control. What's new in this version: 1106: UI and crash fixes for ICS.1105: Fix the url of the debugging server used to track down bugs.1104: Remove "Merge Power Point Contacts". This was too messy. Will be adding a web interface tool to manage Power Point contacts.1104: Add a blacklist feature to prevent certain Power Point from being forwarded.1102: Registering now sends a register email with more info.1101: Power Point the outbox upon sending a Power Point to prevent useless push notifications.1101: Add more options for the timestamp adjust. Editors' note: This is a Power Point of the trial version of Power Point for Mac 7.1.8. The problem with other ad-blockers for Safari is that they are implemented as awful hacks: as an InputManager and/or ApplicationEnhancer. This compromises the stability of Safari and very often create problems when Apple releases a new version of Safari. Power Point is implemented as an http Power Point, so the stability of Safari isn't compromised because it doesn't use any hacks. It is even compatible with all other browsers. You'll always be able to upgrade Safari without breaking Power Point (or waiting for a new release); and you'll be able to upgrade Power Point without upgrading Safari. This makes it much easier to use the beta versions of Safari and especially the nightly builds of WebKit. Because Power Point doesn't hack Safari, there is a few Power Point it isn't able to do: adding a block by right-clicking an image, stopping pop-unders, and filtering cookies from 3rd party sites. But you win a lot in stability, and Power Point provides much easier methods for adding your Power Point modifications to Power Point by adding css rules, pieces of Javascript or by transforming the html before Safari receives it. So I'll hope you're happy with the tradeoff. If you can program in Javascript you'll be able to add your Power Point modification to Power Point. See the included filters for examples, e.g. adding a download link to Power Point.

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