Date: Tuesday, January 25th, 2011, 05:24
Category: News, Software
On Wednesday, software company Delicious Monster released version 2.6.3 of the shareware favorite, Delicious Library. Delicious Monster allows Macs with webcams to scan the bar codes of any book, movie, music CD or video game, then creates an archive based on background information from the Internet. Additional features help keep the library organized and reseller’s tools allow for items to be quickly posted for sale online.
The update, a 17.3 megabyte download, adds the following fixes and changes:
– Removed strange â˜› and â˜ž characters that suddenly appeared in our final localizations due to recent changes in our build system. These are still in this beta, but will be removed in the final.
– Fixed some minor coding errors I made a long time ago around multi-threading that could, in rare cases, cause crashes.
– Fixed some broken links in Help files.
– Changed the app name in the main menu to “Delicious Library” to comply with the Mac App Store (but now we aren’t in compliance with the Apple Human Interface Guidelines).
– Folded in various other changes made for the Mac App Store that shouldn’t change visible functionality but still need testing.
Full release notes can be found here and Delicious Library 2.6.3 retails for US$40 and requires Mac OS X 10.5 or later to install and run.