July 30, 2003 – Today ( is pleased to announce
Defaults Manager Beta 4 for Mac OS X. Defaults Manager Beta 4 adds
preliminary support for copy and paste as well as preliminary Drag and
Drop support. The following items are new for Beta 4:

* Added copy support (cut & paste support coming).
* Added drag support, only from the outline view currently (drop
support coming).

Defaults Manager is the premier editor for the User Defaults
(Preferences) database on Mac OS X. It allows you to easily view, edit,
delete, and backup preferences that are stored in the User Defaults
database. Defaults Manager is the fastest and easiest way to manage
your preferences on Mac OS X.

Defaults Manager Features:

* Simple and intuitive interface.
* Easy access to your User Defaults database.
* Ability to backup and restore your defaults.
* Unlimited Undo and Redo support.
* Search for any property.
* Add and delete domains.
* Add and delete properties.
* Edit property values.
* Edit property names.
* Native Cocoa Interface.

Defaults Manager is $20 and may be purchased for $13 using coupon
“DM1BETA” during the beta period.

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.

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