PFiddlesoft has released Waccy Accy 1.1.1, an update to the second application in the PFiddle Collection. You can download it at pfiddlesoft.com/pfiddles/ .
Waccy Accy is a game based on Apple’s Accessibility API (application programming interface). To win you must reveal your full user name by flipping the placards displaying placeholders so they show their hidden characters. You fill in the blanks by moving the mouse pointer over text elements on the screen containing the missing letters.
Version 1.1.1 of Waccy Accy is a minor release. It adds support for sudden termination and automatic termination, enables text entry in the name field as soon as the Enter Key Manually window is opened, resolves a problem that prevented Waccy Accy from verifying a registration key when it was launched automatically at system startup, and fixes a crashing bug when viewing a registration key more than once.
The PFiddle Collection is a growing collection of Mac apps. Buy the collection once for US$4.95 and you can enjoy any and all applications in the collection, now and in the future, without additional charge, according to the folks at PFiddlesoft.
The first application in the PFiddle Collection, Applidude, floats over your screen and reminds you which application is currently active.The third app, Pointer Noodge, slows down the system pointer, removing mouse, trackpad and trackball acceleration so you can place the pointer exactly where you want it in any application.