I <em>told</em> you it was good. VoodooPad
<a href="http://gusmueller.com/archives/2003/7/10.html#901">just won first place</a>
in the US section of the O'Reilly
<a href="http://www.macdevcenter.com/pub/a/mac/developer/2003/07/10/innovators.html">Mac OS X Innovators contest</a> -
I've loved <a href="http://www.flyingmeat.com/voodoopad.html">VoodooPad</a> since Buzz at
<a href="http://www.scifihifi.com/">skiffyhiffy</a> first pointed it out to me.
Try it immediately, if not sooner - and if you buy it now, you'll save a bit too ($10 currently, but will go up to $29 soon).
I actually discovered this when Googling for the name of the guy who officially first noticed VP's window fade-outs
(it was <a href="http://disco.ucsd.edu/blog/2003/Jun/14#voodoopadfadeout">Michael McCracken</a>, incidentally -
wasn't that also Denis Leary's character's name in Loaded Weapon 1?),
since I reimplemented the effect just for fun a couple of nights ago. Very easy to do, yet rarely seen in apps, and thus
still quite eye-catching.
<a href="http://www.scotlandsoftware.com/ftp/source/fade_test.tgz">Grab source</a> with all possible haste.