Application Builder App Updated

The Macintosh Developer Center (TMDC) has updated their simple application building utility, Droplet Builder, to version 2.0.1. Droplet Builder allows users to build simple applications for automating a wide variety of system tasks. According to TMDC:

TMDC Droplet Builder, now reaching version 2.0.1, is a utility for creating droplets. Droplets are small applications that can perform a variety of repeated tasks on files and folders dropped onto them. The droplets created by Droplet Builder can modify file types, creator codes, name lock status, and more. Version 2.0.1 fixes a problem where droplets generated by Droplet Builder were not given enough memory to operate properly, producing an error that ">>CarbonLib<<" could not be found.

TMDC SysMenu, now at version 1.0.4, is a utility for quickly launching applications, opening documents, controlling iTunes, ejecting disks, and various other functions. SysMenu installs a menu into your menu bar accessible from any open application. Version 1.0.4 fixes a problem that prevented SysMenu 1.0.3 from saving new users? registration codes.

Droplet Builder is available for free. You can find more information at The Macintosh Developer Center Web site.