Coming on the heels of last weekis update to ThrobberDeveloper, Vizspring Software has released another update to the software. ThrobberDeveloper is a tool that allows you to develop your own browser "throbber" (the spinning "e" in IE, for instance). The new version, 2.1.1, is a maintenance release. From Vizspring Software:
Vizspring Software, a leader in quality shareware products for Macintosh, released a minor ThrobberDeveloper update today, August 2nd.
ThrobberDeveloper version 2.1.1, in sequel to the update last week, fixes a glitch that would sometimes cause ThrobberDeveloper to crash on a type 3 error when the icon of a folder/file was imported.
ThrobberDeveloper is the easiest way to create your very own Internet Explorer 5.x browser "throbbers" (the spinning "e" in the top-right corner). It features a step-by-step setup assistant which guides you through the otherwise very complex process of making a browser throbber. ThrobberDeveloper contains two modes depending on your experience level and creates stunning throbbers in only a few mouse clicks.
You can find download links for ThrobberDeveloper at Vizspringis Web site. ThrobberDeveloper is shareware priced at US$10. The update is free to registered users.