I was recently upbraided by a friend for writing this blog as if I were an
What better way to celebrate
AusAB is a set of four plugins that offers Whereis maps of your contacts, public transport times to locations in Sydney, the option of setting a primary address for a contact and directions from one of the addresses on your own card to a selected address of another contact.
It can only parse the most standard address formats at the moment, but the developer hopes to extend its range and add other features. He welcomes feedback – details are in the readme file on the disk image.
The Directions option will open a dialogue box asking for more details, like this:
In this case I am wondering how to get to work.
It’s clever too. It shows me exactly the route that I do drive:
AusAB is freeware and available from the developer’s web site (along with temperature widgets and other goodies for Australian Mac users).
It’s a bloody little ripper, mate!
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