i2Reader is an innovative and award-winning eBook reader!Among the features:- Support of EPUB (DRM-free), PDF, RTF, HTML, FB2, MOBI,...

By Unsanity | Added June 10, 2016

Menu Master

Menu Master is a haxie that allows you to change or remove menu shortcut keys in any application with ease. It takes about 15 seconds...

By Unsanity | Added March 27, 2011


FruitMenu is a haxie that gives you the ability to customize the Apple Menu and contextual menus. Using a visual editor you can edit...

By Unsanity | Added March 3, 2011

WindowShade X

WindowShade X is a haxie that brings WindowShade functionality into Mac OS X. When you double-click a window title or try to minimize...

By Unsanity | Added November 28, 2010

Application Enhancer

Application Enhancer is a system which allows for 3rd party modules to modify and enhance the way applications behave and operate....

By Unsanity | Added September 2, 2010

Labels X

Labels X enhances Apple's file labeling features in Mac OS X. This means that, not only can you apply various color tints to file or...

By Unsanity | Added April 27, 2010


Xounds is a haxie that brings back Appearance Sounds to Mac OS X. Tired of silence? Want audio feedback when you navigate through menus...

By Unsanity | Added April 27, 2010

Menu Extra Enabler

Menu Extra Enabler is an InputManager that enables the use of third-party Menu Extras (the things on the right side of the menu bar,...

By Unsanity | Added September 8, 2008


Safari, free Web browser from Apple, suffers from a very short request timeout - 60 seconds. Some database-driven report pages and...

By Unsanity | Added December 17, 2007


ShapeShifter is a revolutionary new product that lets you change the overall appearance of your Mac using 'themes'. We're not talking...

By Unsanity | Added September 11, 2007


ClearDock removes the semi-transparent white background from the Dock under Mac OS X 10.2 "Jaguar" so the Dock icons are "floating"...

By Unsanity | Added August 3, 2006


This haxie will remove window and menu shadows in Mac OS X, to speed up MacOS X on slower Macs.

By Unsanity | Added April 27, 2006