11 Jun 2003
posted in daily
Defaults Manager enables you to view and edit the preferences of almost any application that are stored in your User Defaults database.
The info is presented in a standard 3 pane window [pix]. I haven't tried the demo, but it looks strait forward to me. Guess it could come in handy eventually.
Price is USD 35, with a 10% off if you use coupon "KNDM100BETA" when purchasing while still in beta.
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