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Now you can have it any way you want. shadowIP lets you customize just about every aspect of the way it displays the info you need. Whether its just a couple lines of IP numbers or a single line of IP addresses with names in front of them. You can do it all thanks to the vast customizable features of shadowIP.


Application settingsApplication Settings: If you prefer to have your IP addresses visible all the time, you can set shadowIP to float its display above all open windows. If you feel that you move around the display by accident too often, you can turn off mouse click activation, so you practically glue the display to the screen so you won't move the display around anymore. shadowIP can also start up automatically at each login, so you don't have to worry about locating it and starting it up when you need it. It will always be there when you need it, but never in your way. If you don't want to waste precious space in your dock, you can start shadowIP in Faceless Mode, so it won't show up in your dock. And if you prefer to set the interval at which shadowIP updates its display, you can do it here as well. There are separate settings for Internet IP checking and for all other IP addresses.

Interface settingsInterface Settings: whether you prefer the unobtrusive text display on your desktop or shadowIP's status item – or both – is up to you, but one thing is for sure: you will get what you need. You can even set the window's background color if you don't fancy the default transparent one. Or you could change the color, font, bold or italic traits and size of the text display. Or even set its alignment. And if you don't like the multiline representation you can set shadowIP to display the IP addresses in one long single line. If you do prefer the multi line representation you can even set which way the IP addresses should be added if new ones become available, like when you join an AirPort network. It's all possible with just a few clicks. And if you can't find your display because you disconnected the second monitor it was on or another application switched resolutions and the display got repositioned off the screen you can simply push the Reset Display Position button and the display will be centered on your main screen.


Interface settingsInterface Settings: whether you prefer the unobtrusive text display on your desktop or shadowIP's status item – or both – is up to you, but one thing is for sure: you will get what you need. You can even set the window's background color if you don't fancy the default transparent one. Or you could change the color, font, bold or italic traits and size of the text display. Or even set its alignment. And if you don't like the multiline representation you can set shadowIP to display the IP addresses in one long single line. If you do prefer the multi line representation you can even set which way the IP addresses should be added if new ones become available, like when you join an AirPort network. It's all possible with just a few clicks. And if you can't find your display because you disconnected the second monitor it was on or another application switched resolutions and the display got repositioned off the screen you can simply push the Reset Display Position button and the display will be centered on your main screen.


Status item settings Status Item Settings: shadowIP's optional status item can be a real screen space saver if you happen to have your screen overcrowded with windows all the time. The status item's appearance can be customiyed as well to display either a generic IP icon, or the Mac's name as set in the Sysytem Preferences' sharing pane, or even the name of the currently logged in user – a very handy tool if you have a class full of Macs and you need to decide with a glance who is currently logged in. In addition, when you click on the status item it reveals all your active IP addresses and if you select one it puts the selected IP address onto your Mac OS X pasteboard so you can easily paste it into any of your running applications. This way you can easily send out your IP addresses to your users if you happen to have a server running and your ISP switches your IP address very often.
 

IP settings IP Settings: shadowIP supports a host of networking interfaces. Among them are lo0, en0, en1, en2, en3 and ppp0. Thanks to shadowIP's easy to use preferences you can individually enable or disable any of them. There is even an option to name the individual ports, so you can always know which IP address belongs to, say your AirPort card or to your cable modem. You can choose to have shadowIP display this name in front of the IP address or not. Due to popular request shadowIP now also displays your Internet IP, so now you can always check how other users on the internet or some sites see you or identify you as. This is a very nifty feature. And you can even display your computer's name or the username of the currently logged in user on the desktop as well. It's as easy as checking a few checkboxes.



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