June 10, 2003 – Today ( announced Defaults Manager
for Mac OS X. Defaults Manager is the premier editor for the User Defaults
(Preferences) database on Mac OS X. It allows you to easily view, edit, and
delete preferences that are stored in the User Defaults database. It can be
used to view and change the preferences in almost any application. As a
developer, you can use it to make sure your preferences are being stored
and changed correctly. As a user you can use it to unlock features that
previously required the use of Terminal.

Defaults Manager Features:

* Simple and intuitive interface.
* Easy access to your User Defaults database.
* Native Cocoa Interface.
* Search for any property.
* Add and delete domains.
* Add and delete properties.
* Edit property values.
* Edit property names.

Defaults Manager is $35. Users can buy it for $25 using the coupon
“KNDM100BETA” while it is in beta testing.

Defaults Manager can be downloaded from at, created in 2002, is committed to porting fun applications to Mac
OS X as well as developing innovative new applications that take advantage
of Mac OS X’s best technologies. specializes in creating Cocoa
applications using both Objective-C and Cocoa-Java. We also specialize in
Pure-Java applications.