Author Archives: Keith Gugliotto

How’s compatibility with macOS 10.13 High Sierra?

As autumn falls upon us and the yearly flood of Apple product updates washes over the masses, we return once again to macOS update season.  Christened “High Sierra”, macOS 10.13 brings relatively few user-facing changes but a plethora of new … Continue reading

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32 bits, 64 bits, whatever it takes…

A few worried looks have come our way lately, from folks wondering whether Audiobook Builder and CheckBook Pro will be ready before Apple requires all Mac App Store updates support 64-bit in June of 2018.  Don’t worry, friends.  Things are both simpler … Continue reading

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A touch more color coming in CheckBook 2.6

Since the dawn of the CheckBook Era, our use of color has been about helping folks identify Deposits vs. Debits at a glance, without thinking too hard.  So when we added the running balance column years ago we decided to not color … Continue reading

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CheckBook & CheckBook Pro 2.5.15 Ready For General Consumption

What’s new? Well, besides the fixes, this release comes with a big new feature that’s been oft-requested over the years:  you can now copy & paste Entries between Accounts (and even to other applications, like TextEdit or Numbers).  Heck, if you’re … Continue reading

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Audiobook Builder tells me it’s unable to eject a CD because something’s still using it. Wha?

Have you seen a message like this after importing a CD? Audiobook Builder 1.5.6  Unable to eject disk The disk or some of its contents may be in use by another application. Disk:  I Am the Pretty Little Audiobook That Haunts … Continue reading

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Apple to allow developers to respond to App Store reviews – and more!

The Loop reports Apple will not only allow developers to respond to reviews, they’re also rolling out an API that brings in-app rating and review to every user’s fingertips while preventing developer abuse.  It’s not quite what we asked for over … Continue reading

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