Category Archives: General

CheckBook 2.6.6 Now Available

CheckBook and CheckBook Pro 2.6.5 flew out the door this morning and, if you’ve updated, you may have already noticed things aren’t quite right:  Scheduled Entries and imported Entries may not save in existing documents and definitely won’t in new … Continue reading

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Gathering Console messages for our support folks

Deep support issues sometimes raise questions we can’t ask you to answer, so we gather details directly from your Mac’s log files, System Information reports, and, on macOS Sierra and later, Console messages.  The first two take a few steps, … Continue reading

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Why the Mac App Store needs a waiting period before new reviews go live

Years ago, six, in fact, I wrote a detailed analysis of how Apple could improve the Mac App Store experience between users and developers.  You can read it all at http://www.splasmata.com/?p=1612.  One of the finer points in that analysis, and, perhaps, … Continue reading

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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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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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