Today, iPlace has been updated to support the Safari 4.0.3 version, which is standard with Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard).
iPlace remains at version 1.0.2 as there are no functional changes.

Finder Browser is a slightly different matter as Snow Leopard has made large changes to Finder Contextual Menu Items. Basically, they don't exist any more. With the release of Leopard, Finder Browser was effectively rendered obsolete due to the introduction of Quick Look. Finder Browser does offer a couple of small features which aren't in Quick Look and I think it is possible for it to work as a service in Snow Leopard. But, as has been noted in several previous news items, I'm extremely busy working on a growing number of projects which make Tekuris a relatively low priority. So, if you're using Leopard and still find Finder Browser useful or you're using Snow Leopard and want to use Finder Browser, please get in contact as I'd love to hear from you.


Monday, 31 August 2009 at 08:00:07 AM - 107 Weeks ago