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
148,803 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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Advanced Mouse Manager
v1.9.5 (July 7, 2020)
Desktop Enhancement
9,372 Downloads, ★★★★☆
266 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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In The Dark
Desktop Enhancement, Browser Extension, Communication Tool
8,976 Downloads, ★★★★
3980 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
v1.5.61 (June 15, 2020)
Utility
3,644 Downloads, ★★★★
67 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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About Add-ons
v1.5 (September 20, 2020)
Browser Extension
3,580 Downloads, ★★★★
1641 active users

The About Add-ons extension adds an integrated button in the Add-ons' list. It applies to Extensions, Themes, and Language packs, letting you quickly view the About dialog for the Add-on without using a context menu.

Supports Pale Moon 28, Firefox 50, SeaMonkey 2.40, Thunderbird 50, Sunbird 5.0b2pre, and Basilisk.


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Random BackGround
v1.4.4 (February 26, 2013)
Desktop Enhancement
3,356 Downloads, ★★★★★
1 active user

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.



News and Site Changes

🕣 September 12, 2020  In The Dark 5.1

 In The Dark needed some Right-to-Left locale changes, and there were a few other little problems here and there, so version 5.1 has been put together and released. The new version improves the display of the URLbar and most the browser's menus for RTL locales, correctly positioning menu icons and using the left-pointing arrow for submenus.
 Additionally, the next version of Pale Moon will bring back mixed content states, so a new padlock has been added to make HTTPS pages with HTTP content stand out as potentially unsecure. For added effect, the identity panel at the beginning of the URLbar now has clean and decent coloring for all the various security states, and the dropdown width has also been improved. A new "crossing-guard" logo for mixed content has also been added, and the existing logos have been slightly improved.
 Finally, a couple menu items that are added by other extensions have been given icons. If you use an extension regularly that adds a menu item that doesn't have an icon next to it, let me know about it and I'll add an icon for the next release!

🌐Learn More about
In The Dark for Pale Moon

🕘 September 4, 2020  Extension Custody

 Pale Moon is phasing out support for Firefox extensions that don't directly target Pale Moon as a supported product. This doesn't mean extensions are actually breaking, just that they need to specifically say "I work with Pale Moon". The purpose is to prevent extensions from truly breaking if and when major internal changes to Pale Moon are made without someone claiming responsibility for fixing and improving the extension. That means that old Firefox extensions need to be forked, updated, and released by people who use Pale Moon and who feel up to keeping those extensions up to date for whatever comes next.
 In order to cleanly and smoothly transition to the next versions of Pale Moon, it seemed best to start this process sooner rather than later. Personally, I don't want to take on too many active projects at once, but luckily browser extensions usually only need major updating once in a blue moon, so I felt comfortable taking custody of a handful of existing but abandoned extensions, most of which required essentially zero effort to provide a Pale Moon-compatible version.
 The extensions that have been ported are as follows:

 • Flagfox   -->   GeoFlag
 • Firesizer   -->   Windosize
 • LiveClick   -->   LiveClick Lunar
 • Image Zoom   -->   BIZARRE (Basic Image Zoom And Rotate Rendering Extension)
 • ReloadEvery   -->   ReloadRepeat
 • View Cookies   -->   CookiePage
 • Open RegEdit Key   -->   Open Registry Key

 Please note that use of these extensions will require you to uninstall the old version of the extension, as the new extensions have completely new IDs, and having them both installed can definitely cause conflicts. Additionally, any preferences or settings will be lost, as the new extensions use new preference names. Luckily, the extensions included do not have very advanced settings, if they have any at all, so this shouldn't be too big of an issue for anyone.
 I plan on adding a few more advanced extensions to the list in the near future, but for now this seemed like a decent bundle. If you have any problems with these extensions, please let me know. And if you like them, don't forget to support not only me, but the original authors of these wonderful extensions. Many have been abandoned for years, but the creators' efforts are still manifest in these creations. I can only take credit for giving them a new home, not for making them the useful tools they are.

🌐Mozilla Extensions

🕤 July 7, 2020  Advanced Mouse Manager 1.9.5 Released

 A new translation for Portugese (Brazil) has been added to Advanced Mouse Manager! Thank you Pedro for your hard work in making this release the best it could be.
 If you'd like to contribute a translation of your own native language in exchange for a free lifetime license, see the Advanced Mouse Manager page for details!
 This version also fixes a license entry issue that could be caused in certain circumstances, and makes some other small improvements.

🌐Learn More about
Advanced Mouse Manager



Recent Comments

🌐Track Package 💬 One Comment

Dave Kahler    Oct 25, 3:50 PM
 Just noticed this effort! Super cool!

🌐Advanced Mouse Manager 💬 21 Comments

RealityRipple    Oct 14, 3:32 PM
 Unfortunately, there's only 5 actual mouse buttons defined in computing standards. Any extra buttons are proprietary and can change from model to model, not just brand to brand, compatible only with the software they come with. And most the software these days literally reprograms the mouse to send keyboard signals directly, so from the computer's point of view, a mouse button isn't even being pressed - a keyboard key is.

Edmund    Oct 14, 3:15 PM
 Many mice have more than 5 buttons. Can your program address more than 5?

🌐About Add-ons 💬 8 Comments

poop    Oct 5, 7:05 PM
 hiya pooper scoopers

🌐BIZARRE 💬 2 Comments

Sven    Sep 29, 10:42 AM
 I literally just found this because the updater starting in the background made me lag and click uncontrolled on my netbook, which otherwise runs fine, thank you! So can we please stick with "Image Zoom higher version number" and drop the fancy random page styles? Otherwise you are very much appreciated even if i am likely not going to install the extension until one of my machines fails. Currently using the "ugly fixes" version.

🌐ExtExp 💬 10 Comments

RealityRipple    Sep 23, 7:23 PM
 I'll look into it.

George    Sep 23, 7:09 PM
 Helpful extension, thank you! Can Dictionaries be made exportable, too?

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