RealityRipple Software

Welcome to RealityRipple Software: quality Open Source Freeware since April 14, 2003.
For the last decade, RealityRipple Software has provided a wide range of free tools, extensions, and applications. Today, over a dozen applications, five Mozilla Extensions, and a handful of themes reside here for you to download and distribute freely. Source code for most applications are free to browse or clone, along with clean and simple installers which are digitally signed to ensure they have not been modified.

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Popular Products

You may enjoy these products, many of my other users did!

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Mouse Manager
v1.6 (June 14, 2018)
Desktop Enhancement
67,602 Downloads, ★★★★
This small and popular utility is designed for one purpose: to let you set the Fourth and Fifth Buttons on your mouse to any keyboard key or series of keys you choose. A simple Tray icon provides access to multiple profiles, letting you select which key commands you want to use with your mouse with a couple clicks.

Supports Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, and Windows 10.


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In The Dark
Desktop Enhancement, Browser Extension, Communication Tool
3,417 Downloads, ★★★★
5522 active users

This entirely grayscale theme is available for multiple interfaces, bringing darkness to your screen.

Supports Firefox, Pale Moon, Trillian 3, Trillian 4, Trillian 5, and Windows XP.


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Satellite Restriction Tracker
v1.5.4 (August 9, 2018)
Utility
3,187 Downloads, ★★★★
234 active users

Monitors your WildBlue or Exede account's Internet meter, providing a historical graph and warning notifications about excessive increases in usage numbers.

Supports Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 10, Snow Leopard, Lion, Mountain Lion, Mavericks, Yosemite, El Capitan, Sierra, High Sierra, and Linux.


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Random BackGround
v1.4.4 (February 26, 2013)
Desktop Enhancement
2,943 Downloads, ★★★★★
3 active users

This simple application provides the ability to change the background image of your desktop automatically. While newer versions of Windows include this "Slideshow" feature, Random BackGround provides different settings which can be used even on these modern Operating Systems, such as a maximum scale limit and the ability to choose between unique images on each screen.

Supports Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, and Windows 10.


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Advanced Mouse Manager
v1.8 (August 22, 2018)
Desktop Enhancement
2,368 Downloads, ★★★★☆
121 active users

This tool allows you to override your mouse's Fourth and Fifth Buttons to generate keyboard key actions rather than their default use as back/forward shortcuts. You can even change which keys are used depending on which program you're using. Multiple profiles let you choose between common key uses for each program through the handy Tray icon.

Supports Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, and Windows 10.


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Border Cursors
v2.0 (January 2, 2016)
Desktop Enhancement
2,017 Downloads, ★★★★★
These cursors are designed to be minimalist and keep the mouse from blocking what's behind it. They come in a variety of colors with normal, large, and extra large sizes for each.

Supports Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, and Windows 10.



News and Site Changes

🕙 October 20, 2018  SecondFactor

 I've released a new program I've been working on for the last couple of weeks: SecondFactor - a Two Factor Authenticator supporting the Time-based One Time Password Authentication protocol. It does the same task as Google Authenticator, but it runs on Windows and shows you the last and next code, not just the current one.
 SecondFactor supports OTPAUTH URLs, QR Codes, and direct entry. It makes use of encryption and optional password protection, and improves on the OTP standard by also securely storing the original profile name if set by URL or QR Code.
 This software is brand new and is definitely what you'd call 'Version 1.0' so please make sure to back up your secrets or have recovery codes saved securely. That being said, I've been using it regularly for a couple weeks straight now, and there don't seem to be any major issues. If you do run into any issues, please let me know immediately!

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SecondFactor

🕥 September 22, 2018  PersonalDKIM

 DomainKeys Identified Mail is a decent method for attempting to combat spam. However, it relies on your mail server to implement the standard, and that's a bit of a drawback. There don't seem to be any local DKIM methods, and based on the concept behind it, it made sense for it to be entirely server-side. However, that doesn't take into account people on shared hosting or similar situations.
 To allow DKIM at a client level, I've created the PersonalDKIM Thunderbird extension. Simply import your private key and enter your domain name and selector, and PersonalDKIM will add the DKIM-Signature header to all of your outgoing messages. There are some limitations at present, and the extension is essentially in development stages, but it's functional. If you have your own domain name and use Thunderbird, this extension might be exactly what you're looking for.

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PersonalDKIM

🕚 August 28, 2018  Extensions & Themes for Pale Moon 28 & Thunderbird 60

 Pale Moon 28 was recently released, and Thunderbird 60 shortly before that. I've been working on updating my extensions and themes to support JavaScript ES6 and the other recent changes to both applications. Fierr is going to take a little more time, but most the other extensions are already updated and ready to be added.
 Among the changes in Pale Moon 28, the Upgrade Insecure Requests header found its way into the browser proper, meaning that the extension UIR Header is now obsolete. It's still available to Pale Moon 25-27 users, but there will be no future versions. In its short lifespan, it managed to reach almost 500 downloads. I rarely get to consider a program finished, but UIR Header managed to get there.
 There are a few extra changes beyond compatibility updates for some of the other extensions, so please check the Release Notes. Track Package has had some user experience changes applied to it, particularly focusing around the toolbar list. As always, if you need assistance or want to provide feedback, leave a comment or contact me directly! Thank you all for your continued support.

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Recent Comments

🌐Mouse Manager 💬 64 Comments

RealityRipple    Oct 17, 6:37 AM
 Does your mouse have five buttons? I only see three-button mice on the Genius website. Also, please make sure that the program is "closed" to the tray icon - while Mouse Manager is visible, changes will not apply.

Mateo    Oct 17, 2:15 AM
 I have changed the functions but the mouse still working as before

Mateo    Oct 17, 2:13 AM
 I don't know why, but the program is not working in my mouse, I have a Bluetooth genius.

RealityRipple    Oct 14, 5:50 PM
 If you want capital letters, you have to include Shift as an emulated key, but then all keys will be capitalized. The program emulates keyboard keys, not text input.

🌐Satellite Restriction Tracker 💬 247 Comments

RealityRipple    Oct 12, 8:34 PM
 Modern Operating Systems synchronize their clocks with a time server. It could be that the time was wrong for the first few minutes, and corrected itself later. This is usually due to a dying CMOS battery. They're a simple CR2032 Button-Cell type battery that's usually extremely easy to find on the computer's Motherboard. You can buy them at your local drugstore.

Robert Nelson    Oct 12, 8:27 PM
 And that is what I thought. But there was no electricity at my house. The grid was down due to the hurricane. And the time is correct on the computer. This had me puzzled so thought I would ask.

RealityRipple    Oct 12, 8:08 PM
 If you're looking at the graph, it's just an estimation. If you've got values listed on the grid between those dates, I can imagine only two possibilities:
 The computer was turned on without you being aware of it.
 The computer's clock was wrong at some point.

 The only way to accumulate history when your computer is offline is by signing up for the Remote Usage Service.

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