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Service Scrubber

Butler 4.1.1 fixes an issue with its bookmarks importer.

Service Scrubber 1.1.3 no longer lists service providers that are located in the current user's trash. And there is a Japanese localization by Akira Ikeda now.

After almost two years of beta testing, the final Butler 4.0 has arrived. Sometimes, I thought I wouldn't live to see the day.

And if you happen to speak Danish, French, or Chinese, go ahead and download Service Scrubber 1.1.2, too.

Butler 4.0b30 supports dialing phone numbers (via AppleScript), can do things when starting up/quitting, plus some minor improvements. This might be the last beta version of Butler 4.0…

Service Scrubber 1.1.1 works with StickyBrain's quite unusual way of specifying its services now. Also fixes some cosmetical issues.

Textpander 1.2.2 and Witch 1.0.2 are universal binaries, so both of them can run on the new Intel macs now.

Service Scrubber 1.1

December 22, 2005

Service Scrubber 1.1 is for all those who couldn't deacticate ChineseTextConverter with Service Scrubber 1.0.

Wouldn't the services menu be much more useful if it weren't overcrowded by services you never even thought of using? Service Scrubber is a small utility that lets you restructure the services menu, change service keyboard shortcuts, and disable superfluous services.

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