MINDVISION RELEASES MINDCONTROL 1.1
Even more ways to control your Mac
MindVision Software has released MindControl(tm) 1.1, an update to the
highly versatile Macintosh control system.
The new MindControl provides even more ways to control your Mac using
simple keyboard commands. This update is free to registered users, and it's
available for download at http://www.mindvision.com/mindcontrol.
WHAT'S NEW IN VERSION 1.1?
MindControl 1.1 features more ways to manage commands, a built-in quick
reference guide and support for items in the Favorites folder. This version
of MindControl includes:
Support for keeping file paths up to date
- MindControl can check your commands list and help you locate any
files whose paths are no longer valid.
Quick access to enclosing folders
- Now you can select a command for a file or folder and open the
item's enclosing folder at the Finder.
Fast help when you need it
- To help you use MindControl's built-in system commands, a quick
reference guide is available whenever the popup menu is active.
Support for the Favorites folder
- Bringing another control function to your keyboard, the MindControl
popup menu can show items from your system Favorites folder.
Translucent popup menu
- Taking a page from Apple's Aqua interface, MindControl's popup
menu has a translucent appearance.
- Though MindControl remains keyboard driven, you can also use a
mouse or trackpad to select commands in the popup menu.
Integrated online purchasing and upgrading
- Integration with the eSellerate(tm) e-commerce system enables you
to purchase or update MindControl without leaving the program.
WHAT IS MINDCONTROL?
A Mac utility designed especially for iBook and PowerBook users,
MindControl helps people work faster, organize important items and give the
trackpad a rest.
MindControl makes it easy to open applications, documents, folders, server
volumes and URLs in a few quick keystrokes. With MindControl, you spend
less time navigating and more time working.
Along with saving time, MindControl saves valuable screen space. Unlike
launcher utilities, MindControl stays out of the way until you need it.
Until then, MindControl uses absolutely no screen real estate. Once it
finishes its job, MindControl steps out of the way.
MindControl only costs $19.95 and you can try out all its features before
buying. To download the demonstration version, visit
http://www.mindvision.com/mindcontrol. When you're ready to purchase, the
program can do it for you.
Use MindControl to quickly:
* open frequently used applications or documents
* visit favorite web sites
* create and address new e-mail messages
* switch between applications
* switch between open windows in an application
* tell your Macintosh to restart, shut down or enter sleep mode
* launch AppleScripts to automate your Mac
* open Finder selected documents with a specific application
* open desktop items with a wildcard character
* unmount/eject volumes
Integration with the eSellerate system (http://www.esellerate.net) makes it
easy to purchase or update MindControl at any time.
MindVision's work with consumer utilities extends back several years. In
1993, the company developed Stacker, which Stac Electronics acquired.
Nominated for many honors, MacUser awarded Stacker "four mice." In 1995,
MindVision co-authored the highly decorated SpeedDoubler with Connectix
Corporation. MindVision introduced its own line of consumer utilities in
September 1999 with the release of MindExpander, a free file expander for
Macintosh and Windows. The release of MindControl 1.0 followed in January
Founded in 1987, MindVision Software is a recognized industry leader
specializing in software delivery solutions for Macintosh and Windows.
Thousands of software companies, including Apple, Microsoft, Intuit, AOL,
Corel, Adobe and Metrowerks trust MindVision's products to install their