Sunday, March 30, 2008

MacJournal 5.0.3 and 5.0.4

As most of you already know, MacJournal 5.0.3 is now out. However, due to a silly mistake at the last minute, there was a problem preventing it from launching on Tiger. So, enter 5.0.4 with the fix to that problem. Early reports are good, so it's on to a small feature release with localizations (finally) included. It will have one or two small new features and will be a free update. More on that as it comes. I'll probably wait until it is feature complete to post a beta to avoid the endless stream of betas that 5.0.3 had.

Wednesday, March 19, 2008

MacJournal 5.0.3b8

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This is the eighth, and hopefully final beta of MacJournal 5.0.3. It is intended to fix a long-standing crash on Tiger with the sidebar. There is also a syncing fix, and new check at launch for the minimum required version of QuickTime (7.3.1), a fix f or entry tabs, and a Batch Change fix.

Check out the included Version History for the full details.

Sunday, March 16, 2008

MacJournal 5.0.3b7

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This is the seventh beta of MacJournal 5.0.3. It should fix a crash on Tiger with expanding journals, as well as improve Picasa support, fix importing podcasts, fix saving Word files, fix the Batch Change sheet, improve support for other calendar types in the Change Date sheet, fix auto backups in some circumstances, and add badges to the entries list.

Sunday, March 09, 2008

MacJournal 5.0.3b6

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This is the sixth, and likely final beta for 5.0.3. There are fixes in a lot of areas of the application: services, document saving, calendar, blogging, printing on Tiger, custom-sized images, and the separate entry window.

Saturday, March 01, 2008

MacJournal 5.0.3b5

Download it here.

This is the fifth beta of MacJournal 5.0.3. There are more fixes to be had, as expected. There are fixes for the smart journal configuration, LiveJournal blogging, SFTP uploading, image uploading in general, and image resizing. Documents open at quit will now be restored when you launch again. And there's some more, smaller things as well. Happy March.

Check out the included Version History for the full details.