Measles - Bouncing balls CPU monitor
Version: 2.2Measles is a Mac OS X "desktop critter" that is both fun and useful. The "measles" in question are little bouncy spheres that travel around your desktop, bouncing off of windows and each other. They can have a wide variety of appearances, and they can make sounds when they bounce.
License: Free To Try $10.00
Operating System: Mac OS X
You may be wondering where the "useful" part comes in; they can be configured to act as CPU monitors, changing color depending upon how busy your machine is. They can also change colors according to how much free memory you have, or how much free disk space is left on your boot drive, or how long your machine has been sitting idle without user input. But while they can be useful, they are mostly just plain silly fun!
· 15 launches trial (max 24 hours each).
What's New in This Release:
· Added new settings controlling more aspects of bouncing behavior
· Fixed a bug that could cause the Measles to hide behind the menu bar
· Fix a bug that caused console logging on launch
· Fixed a problem with right-clicking not being equivalent to control-clicking
· New app icon, version check code and registration panel code.