Author Archives: Keith Gugliotto

Tell Apple Books in macOS Catalina needs AppleScript support

Do you love creating audiobooks with Audiobook Builder, and especially love how it automatically adds your audiobooks to iTunes so you can sync them with your iPhone or iPad?  Well, iTunes is going away, so when you crank up  macOS Catalina this … Continue reading

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Hey hey! Can you spare a 64-bit update?

As macOS 10.15 Catalina inches toward us from the distant horizon, we’re hearing a few folks need a 64-bit update to their favorite personal finance application or audiobook-building tool.  Well, you’re in luck, dearest Splasmata aficionado, because we’ve already made … Continue reading

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When Audiobook Builder says, “Unable to add the audiobook to iTunes”

macOS Mojave and later will ask you for permission the first time Audiobook Builder needs to interact with iTunes in some way, like adding the iTunes selection to your new audiobook or adding your new audiobook to iTunes.  If you … Continue reading

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Audiobook Builder 2: Building at the speed of 64-bit!

Say hello to Audiobook Builder 2!  It’s now humming along in true 64-bit, so you get macOS compatibility going forward, but wait – there’s more!  Builds at Normal Quality are about 3x the speed of version 1.5.7, CD imports are … Continue reading

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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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