SUMMARY: PreFab Software releases UI Browser 2.0.3, a minor bug-fix update
to the “ultimate assistant” for GUI Scripting with AppleScript on Mac OS X
10.4 Tiger. Now a Universal Binary, version 2.0 includes an enhanced Screen
Reader and many other new features and bug fixes. Download it at
NORTH ANDOVER, Massachusetts — March 9, 2007 — PreFab Software, Inc. and
Bill Cheeseman today announced the release of version 2.0.3 of their
popular product, PreFab UI Browser. UI Browser 2.0 is a Universal Binary
that runs natively both on Power PC Macintosh computers and the new Intel
Mac Pro, Mac mini, iMac, MacBook Pro and MacBook.
UI Browser 2.0.3 fixes a bug in the Notifications pane of the Preferences
window that prevented a user from selecting and removing a custom
UI Browser 2.0 requires Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger or newer, and it supports all
of the new GUI Scripting and Accessibility enhancements introduced by Apple
UI Browser is the “ultimate assistant” for Apple’s GUI Scripting and
Accessibility technologies. It helps you to explore, manipulate and monitor
the user interface of most Mac OS X applications running on your computer.
With the push of a button, it also generates AppleScript statements to
control even non-scriptable applications using GUI Scripting. No other
utility provides all of the information you need in order to write scripts
for GUI Scripting.
Download a free, full-featured 30-day trial version of UI Browser 2.0.3 now
at http://PreFabSoftware.com/uibrowser/. This trial version will work even
if you tried an older version of UI Browser more than 30 days ago.
New customers may purchase UI Browser 2.0 for $55, with quantity discounts
available. UI Browser 2.0.3 is a free upgrade for customers who purchased
version 1.4.1 or older after January 1, 2006, and for owners of any
previous version of UI Browser 2.0. There is a $10 upgrade fee if you
purchased UI Browser 1.4.1 or older before January 1, 2006, to help us
continue to support and enhance UI Browser. (Even a free upgrade from
version 1.4.1 or older requires you to obtain a new registration key. UI
Browser 2.0.3 will work for 30 days as a full-featured trial version until
you obtain your new key.)
PreFab Software, Inc. has unmatched experience controlling the GUI via
scripts, releasing PreFab Player in 1994 with continued sales and support
today for Mac OS 9 and earlier. In 2003, PreFab entered the world of Mac OS
X with PreFab UI Browser, a popular utility to support Apple’s new GUI
Scripting technology. PreFab UI Actions, implementing “universal
attachability” for AppleScript, followed in 2004. Download fully-functional
30-day trial versions at http://PreFabSoftware.com/. UI Browser and UI
Actions are based on Bill Cheeseman’s Cocoa framework for working with
Apple’s Accessibility API.