Category Archives: General

Thoughts on the Documents folder

In the way, way, way back, before Mac OS X came in 2001 and changed the Mac forever, most Mac users came up with a filing system at the root of their startup volume, extended that to any external or … Continue reading

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macOS 11 Big Sur Compatibility

Audiobook Builder: Compatible as of 2.1.1. Get the latest now! CheckBook: Compatible as of 2.6.16. Get the latest now! Return Labels: Compatible as of 1.1. PixelGriddle 1.1.1: Compatible. Keep in touch at support@splasm.com if you have any questions!

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macOS 11 Big Sur Public Beta Compatibility

Welcome to the 2020 macOS Update Season, friends! macOS finally gets a major version bump this year, going all the way to 11, with a host of changes, upgrades, what have you, and we’re already cranking away on updates to … Continue reading

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How to install a pre-release Splasm Software macOS application

When your download completes, you’ll likely find it in your Downloads folder. You’ll need to follow a few steps before you start using the application. Here’s what to do: Click the Finder icon on your Dock. Go to the Go menu at the top of your … Continue reading

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Roshambo Up! – Rock-paper-scissors Splasm-style!

When Allan’s not cranking on customer support, there’s a little time to indulge in some passions: art, music, and game design, to name a few. We pushed some light coding duty on Allan from the start, and, to that end, … Continue reading

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macOS Catalina vs. Audiobook Chapters

Update: Looks like macOS 10.15.2 resolves this one, folks. We tested syncing to a 4th-generation iPod and an iPhone running iOS 13.3 and both got their chapter stops, just like the good ol’ Mojave and earlier days. You have our … Continue reading

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