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QuarkXpress, but Version 4.11 that runs on OS 9. I use it less and less for page layout, so I'd never update the thing. But I also use it as a word processor to write letters (I still write quite a few, to relatives here and there who don't have computers).

The app is like a comfortable old shoe, and the recipients love the illustrations I include throughout.

But my old Epson 740 dropped dead the day before yesterday, so I dunno if I'll ever find a printer with OS 9 drivers. And if I move to an Intel Mac, I'll be up the creek for good.
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Quicksilver- God Bless the Keyboard. Every time I save myself a click (or two or three!) launching an application, switching to hidden apps without the dock, or moving a file I can do the task that much faster.

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Skitch is really handy due to the fact that you can just upload it to your image storage account with a single click and it even gives you a html formatted link you can just paste in...

The UI takes a bit of getting used to though - it's not very intuitive IMO.




As for my fav app - I'd probably say iTunes or one by my company... but as for other 3rd party software I'd say probably Subethaedit.
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I'm definitely looking forward to skitch. Alas, I haven't been invited to the beta yet, but I'm patiently waiting.
Are you still looking for an invite for Skitch ? I have one if you'd like it ?

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For me it is either quicksilver or desktop manager. Both are very powerful tools.
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Are you still looking for an invite for Skitch ? I have one if you'd like it ?

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Can I have one?!! That would be awesome, I want to see what all the talk is about.
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Can I have one?!! That would be awesome, I want to see what all the talk is about.
Hi, drop me a comment on my blog post at http://ukmac.net/?p=80 and I will sort you out an invite.

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