Date: Monday, July 15th, 2013, 07:09
Category: News, Software
Late Friday, software company Delicious Monster released version 3.1.1 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 new version, a 77 megabyte download, adds the following fixes and changes:
– PlayStation 4 games draw nicely.
– Help localized into Catalan courtesy of Xavier Escribano.
– Publishing preview doesn’t lock up the UI as much.
– Recommendations does a better job of hiding items you already own.
– Fixed adding books by barcode on Amazon China.
– Dates in smart shelf rules are normalized from the current time zone, so “Release Date >= 1990-01-01” matches items with a release date of “1990”.
– Field names in smart shelf rules are more consistent with the names used elsewhere.
– Fixed spelling of plurals in some chart titles.
– Fixed “Refresh from Amazon” incorrectly being enabled for iBooks.
– Display warning for incompatibility on 10.9 Developer Preview 2.
– Word cloud charts don’t rearrange unnecessarily.
Delicious Library 3.1.1 retails for US$40 and requires OS X 10.8 or later to install and run.