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We’ve updated a number of our apps…

Wednesday, October 3rd, 2018

Following on the heels of Butler, Keymou, Moom, and Witch, we’ve updated the rest of our main app suite (excluding Name Mangler). As always, you can find the updates within the app or by downloading a new version (direct customers), or in the Mac App Store app (App Store customers). Here’s a little bit about what’s new in each app…

Desktop Curtain 3.0.8

Some behind the scenes changes, and a fix for an annoying bug that could cause Desktop Curtain to stall for a few seconds after clicking a Desktop-covering curtain. [Release Notes]

Leech 3.1.2

We’ve rewritten the Leech extension to work with the new rules of Safari 12, and added support for Full Screen and Split View modes. [Release Notes]

Resolutionator 1.1.2

Fixed a long delay before the menu appeared for those using dynamic desktop images in Mojave, and Resolutionator now supports Dark Mode in macOS Mojave. [Release Notes]

Time Sink 2.0.1

We’ve added a checkbox so you can include windows from menu bar apps, fixed a bug that broke Time Sink on 10.9.5, and the Escape key can now be used to cancel interval dragging in the Activity Report window. [Release Notes]

Usher 1.1.17

Yes, it’s no longer for sale, but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t get updated. This update adds more fields to the CSV export, you can search for ‘or more’ star ratings by adding a plus (***+), and we fixed a preview-related crash when previewing a huge number of movies. And oh yes, if you use Smart Playlists with subdivisions, try selecting more than one subdivision—notice the search bar now lets you see the Union and Intersection of those selections. [Release Notes]

All of these updates are live now, though App Store customers may not see them just yet—but they should show as available very soon now.

Keymou 1.2.6 gains actions; adds letter ‘u’ to name

Monday, September 24th, 2018

With today’s release of version 1.2.6, the app formerly known as Keymo is now known as Keymou (pronounced like Keymouse minus the “ess” sound at the end). We chose to rename the app after hearing from a user who commented that the pronunciation similarities between Keymo and “chemo” brought back unpleasant memories from his past.

It was certainly never our intent to upset anyone with the name of our app, so changing it was the right thing to do. Beyond the new name, Keymou 1.2.6 fixed a problem that prevented Keymo from working well in Mojave, gains a few new actions related to pressing and holding mouse buttons, and sports a revamped UI and new application icon. As always, the full details can be found in the release notes.

Direct users can update via in-app updates, or by downloading a fresh copy of the app from the Keymou web page. App Store buyers should see the update in the Mac App Store app, or you can install a fresh copy if it’s not presently installed.