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Robert, 2015-08-25This is a small update that fixes only three issues:One problem I thought I fixed... crack 7zip password macBetterZip 3.0.3 ?Robert, 2015-08-25This is a small update that fixes only three issues:One problem I thought I fixed in version 3.0.2 was still not completely gone: When creating a zip archive with a custom extension, e.g., cbz, BetterZip would create a 7z archive instead and then fail to read it back as zip.BetterZip 3.0.2 couldn’t open rar archives with password protected file listings (header encryption).Setting the hidden options from the help page didn’t work in all languages. Download NowBetterZip 3.0.2 ?Robert, 2015-08-21BetterZip didn’t work well on OS X El Capitan which, of course, is still in early beta. However, since this soon became the number one reported problem, I fixed it as quickly as possible with this new version 3.0.2. There are still a few bugs open that I know of. They will be fixed with the next updates.These bugs have been fixed:El Capitan compatibility: Zip and 7-zip archives didn’t work. Also, BetterZip crashed a lot.The password manager didn’t work correctly for RAR archives.AppleScript: Saving with a preset with a set password still asked for a password.Setting the number of concurrent operations didn’t work correctly.When creating a zip archive with a custom extension (e.g., cbz) BetterZip would create a 7z archive instead and then fail to read it back as zip. Doh!Added tbz2 and tb2 as recognized extensions for tar.bz2 files.BetterZip would go to sleep during an archive operation, when the system shut off the display. App Nap is now prevented.BetterZip would crash, when a part of a multi-volume archive was opened while the exact same archive was already extracting with the operations queue.The QL generator window only offered the default, not any user-defined presets.There are three small enhancements I made:Added power user option to re-enable handling of AppleDouble (._) files. (See Hidden Settings in the BetterZip help).Recognize .sXX file extensions for multi-volume rar archives.Quick Look can now look into Corel brush libraries which are actually zip files.

Download NowBetterZip 3.0.1 ?Robert, 2015-06-01Less than two weeks ago I released BetterZip 3 and from the feedback I got I think you like it as much as I do. The number of crash reports has gone back dramatically, but some new bugs have appeared. This was somewhat expected, since I rewrote or at least touched nearly every part of BetterZip. Thanks for the patient and friendly error reporting to everyone who wrote in! I have now fixed the most serious bugs and two crashers with the new updated version 3.0.1.These bugs have been fixed:BetterZip could crash when extracting archives with the operations queue.On OS X 10.9 zip and 7z archives couldn’t be quick looked in the Finder.Canceling Direct Mode toggling via the toolbar didn’t work correctly.Fixed a superfluous error message when extracting a folder while also selecting its contents.The progressbar didn’t always update correctly when saving archives.Compressing files by dropping them on the queue window was broken.Password handling was not working correctly in some situation.There are two small enhancements I made:Clicking the toolbar button “Save” for an existing archive now saves it instead of using the default toolbar button preset to re-save it. If you don’t want this new behavior, you can stay with the old one by switching it on the “Hidden Settings” page in the BetterZip help.Included the latest unrar library 5.2.7.There are still some bugs open that I know of and that will be fixed with the next updates. Download NowBetterZip 3.0 ?Robert, 2015-05-20I am happy and excited to finally release BetterZip 3 today.

A lot of work went into this new version, I estimate a full year, and I hope you will like it as much as I do. BetterZip 2 already looks and feels ancient when I open it now.So, what’s new?The biggest addition is the new Direct Mode which speeds up working with large archives by making archive preparation and recompression obsolete. The old mode that allows you to prepare archives with the safety of undo capabilities for all operations before finally saving is still around. When working with gigabyte archives however, the Direct Mode is a huge timesaver.Next, BetterZip 3 adds a password generator which suggests strong passwords whenever you need them. It’s similar to Safari’s, but uses English words, loosely based on this thought.

If you like the Safari style better, you can use that, too. But you won’t learn all the rarely used words of the English language and you won’t have funny combinations every now and then.The popular BetterZip Quick Look Generator has now been integrated into the application. The Quick Look generator has always been and remains free to use for everyone, but there is one neat new feature that requires a BetterZip license: You can now click a file in the Quick Look panel, at which point command is handed over to BetterZip which extracts and displays the clicked file.New in version 3 is support for XZ archives, winmail.dat files, Apple Disk Images (DMG), and ePub files.Another new addition to BetterZip 3 is the extensive AppleScript support which lets you build workflows using BetterZip’s compression and extraction functions.And then there are archive comments. You know that the ZIP and RAR format support archive comments, which are a special field inside the archive that can be read and edited, but which are not extracted as files. BetterZip 3 displays these comments and lets you edit them. The place for this is the sidebar on the right side that can normally show a preview of the currently selected file. When no file is selected, there is this big empty space that no one needs. Now you can edit your comments there.Wait, there’s more: ZIP is a widely used file format and I get ninehundretandfourtyseven emails a year asking for this and that filename extension to be added to BetterZip, because they are really just ZIP files.

Go to BetterZip Preferences File Types, scroll to the end of the list, click the field in the column “Extensions” of the row “User-Defined Archive” and add your own (comma-separated) filename extensions like so:Cleaning… cleaning is gone, or better it’s now called Delete with Pattern. In BetterZip 3 you can enter filter patterns on-the-fly instead of configuring them beforehand in the preferences. And for simpler requirements you can use file search masks (e.g., *.txt) instead of regular expressions (which are still around as an option). Oh, and every preset has it’s own filter pattern now.There is a lot more stuff, as always, please consult the version history.Finally, I’d like to say a big THANKS! to everyone who helped with getting the new version to where it is now: Walter for the new toolbar icons, Koichi, Mariusz, Nicolas, Victor, Zelu, and Zhuyuan for their translation work and all the beta testers who participated, especially David, Ian, Jonathan, and S?bastien. Download NowGood Bye, Mac App Store ?Robert, 2015-04-13 14:00:00 +0200After four good years, BetterZip has left the Mac App Store. We leave without drama or hard feelings, but I am no longer able to maintain a version of BetterZip for sale through my website and at the same time another version limited in many ways to comply with the rules Apple enforces for apps sold through its store. More importantly, I don’t think that you should have to experience these inconvenient limitations in my app.

The Mac App Store did two things for us: it handled your purchase and it kept your copy of BetterZip up-to-date. Purchases through my website are handled by BMT Micro with whom I have partnered since 2006 when I first released BetterZip 1.0 and in all these years I haven’t had a single complaint or problem. As for updating, BetterZip can update itself automatically just fine.As many of you have noticed, the latest version of BetterZip 2.3.4 has never been available in the Mac App Store (MAS). That’s because this version contained new features and I wasn’t allowed to add any new features in an update without also adding Sandboxing which is at the center of the limitations I mentioned above. Anyone who purchased a license in the Mac App Store can download version 2.3.4 from my website and replace the MAS version with it. The direct version will recognize your license (you need to have started the MAS version at least once before the upgrade) and work without any limitations.Still with me? Good.

All this comes in preparation of the imminent release of BetterZip 3. The new version has many new features, some of which are really big additions. The biggest being the new Direct Mode which lets you directly create and modify archives which makes a huge difference when working with large archives. Also new: support for AppleScript. These two are just teasers, the rest will be revealed in a few weeks time. If you are interested in participating in the beta test, drop me a line:All customers who purchased BetterZip in the Mac App Store will be able to benefit from the discounted upgrade price just like customers who purchased in my web store. If you buy a license for BetterZip 2 now, the upgrade to version 3 will be free!BetterZip 2.3.4 ?Robert, 2014-12-01I have just released BetterZip 2.3.4! This new version fixes a few incompatibilities with OS X 10.10 Yosemite as well as a few other bugs.

Here is a list of the bugs I fixed in 2.3.4:Fixed the localizations for OS X 10.10.Fixed some user interface problems on OS X 10.10 Yosemite.Some tar.gz files couldn’t be extracted correctly on OS X 10.10 Yosemite.The text labels on the drop-down buttons in the toolbar were not always correctly enabled/disabled.Extracting multiple tar archives with the queue failed.Under certain circumstances, the Keychain wouldn’t remember that access to the BetterZip passwords had been allowed permanently.If you also use the BetterZip Quick Look Generator, you have probably noticed that it doesn’t work too well on OS X 10.10. There will be an updated version in a few days. Please check back in a week or so.BetterZip 2.3.3 ?Robert, 2014-03-05 13:00:00 +0100BetterZip 2.3.3 is here! This new version fixes one more incompatibility with OS X 10.9 Mavericks as well as a few other bugs. Here is a list of the bugs I fixed in 2.3.3:._ files were unnecessarily added when re-saving archives.Access to archive passwords stored in the keychain wouldn’t stick for some users on OS X 10.9.Uncompressed tar now works correctly on OS X 10.9.The save panel didn’t honor specifically set filename extensions from the preset when “show save panel” was set.The radio buttons in the preset lists in the preferences could get confused.On OS X 10.9 the main menu was always displayed in English, regardless of the system locale.Includes the latest unrar.BetterZip 2.3.2 ?Robert, 2013-11-18 13:00:00 +0100I have just released BetterZip 2.3.2.

This new version is fully compatible with OS X 10.9 Mavericks and it fixes a few bugs you reported. I also added support for the new RAR 5 format. Here is a list of the bugs I fixed in 2.3.2:Restore TAR compatibility on OS X 10.9 Mavericks.Compressing and extracting files with extended file attributes (xattrs) are now fully supported.Added a safeguard against storing empty passwords in the password manager.CPGZ archives are handled correctly again.In some cases the main menu was not displayed in the correct language (or only partially).Prevent a very rare crash after upgrading from an older version.Added a Spanish translation for names of default preset.Work around a PDF preview bug in Mac OS X 10.7.4.Added a safeguard against malformed zip archives.BetterZip 2.3.1 ?Robert, 2013-02-12 13:00:00 +0100BetterZip 2.3.1 is here. It’s mainly a bug fix release. If you bought a license in the Mac App Store, starting with this version you can use the updates from my web server too.

The other way around is still not possible due to Apple not allowing it. Currently the only difference between the two versions is the installation of the external rar utility which is fully automated in the non-MAS version while you have to download and install rar manually in the MAS versions. In the future Apple might introduce new rules for what is allowed and what isn’t for Mac App Store apps, so being able to transfer your MAS license is a good safety net for you and me.A big thanks to Zelu House for the new Spanish localization! Here is a list of the bugs I fixed in 2.3.1:Fixed a small memory leak.Fixed a crash when extracting 7-zip archives with a custom-set, invalid temp folder.DEB archives were not handled correctly in some cases.Fixed compression of symbolic links.Fixed the file attributes when extracting certain executables zipped on a Windows box.Extracting a single folder from a SIT archive didn’t work.“No compression” didn’t work for files larger than 4GB.When directly extracting a rar file, passwords were not tried automatically, even if the option to do so was set in the preferences.When changing the order of presets, the default choices were lost.Fixed the 1-click “Download Install” function for the external rar commandline utility. And two enhancements:You can now unset the default and service presets in the preset configuration.1024px application icon for retina display Macs.BetterZip 2.3 ?Robert, 2012-05-30 14:00:00 +0200I have just released BetterZip 2.3. This new version has an enhanced text preview: it lets you toggle line wrapping on and off and you can set the font that is used, e.g., a fixed-width font. The keyboard shortcuts that previously zoomed the list font (Cmd + and Cmd -) will now change the font size in the preview while the zoom functions got new shortcuts. Please, explore the View menu for all the details.BetterZip is now signed with my Apple Developer ID which lets it run with Gatekeeper.

Because of this, you will have to allow BetterZip to use its own passwords. It will ask you for each password, but only once if you click “Always allow”.A big thanks to Jerry for the new Czech and Victor for the new Brazilian Portuguese localizations!See the release notes for a complete list of the changes.BetterZip 2.3 Beta ?Robert, 2012-05-20 14:00:00 +0200Are you the adventurous type who likes to play with the newest gadgets? Then the beta version of BetterZip 2.3 might entertain you a bit. If you find anything weird, please let me know! If it crashes, please submit the crash report with technical details turned on and maybe a short explanation of what happened.Here’s a complete list of the changes since the last release: New features:You can now change the preview font and switch line wrapping in the preview on/off.Added Czech and Brazilian Portuguese localizations.BetterZip is now signed with my Apple Developer ID which lets it run with Gatekeeper. Because of this, you will have to allow BetterZip to use its own passwords. It will ask you for each password, but only once if you click “Always allow”. Enhancements:Enhanced the replace file panel when updating multiple files in an archive at the same time.You can now reorder the list of presets in the preferences with drag-and-drop.Display service and default markers in the presets lists.Added a setting in Preferences Advanced to control which Growl notifications to issue (only needed for Growl 1.2 users).Handle incorrectly named tgz and tbz archives more gracefully.Click on dock icon will once again open a new window, if no windows are open and the “new window” option is set in preferences.Updated the included 7-zip commandline tool to the latest version (9.20).

Fixed bugs:The BetterZip services were not translated correctly for some languages.Fixed a possible crash when setting a new master password for the password manager.Fixed the misleading error message when trying to extract or save to a read-only folder.The Favorites sidebar’s background had drawing errors when BetterZip was in the background.Creating a new folder inside a tar archive wouldn’t work under certain conditions.In rare cases parts of multi-part rar archvies were not deleted correctly after extraction.Fixed a possible crash after using the PDF preview on Mac OS X 10.7.4.Fixed a possible crash when trying to print an archive from the Finder (cmd+o and cmd+p are neighbors on the keyboard).BetterZip 2.2.1 ?Robert, 2012-03-22 13:00:00 +0100BetterZip 2.2.1 is here. It’s a bug fix release that greatly improves the stability of BetterZip and you should really update. I have submitted the App Store version to Apple and it should be available there in a few days.Here’s a complete list of the changes since the last release: Enhancements:Allow merging of folders and “keeping both” when adding items that already exist in the archive.The “Open With” menu is sorted and displays better results now. Bug fixes:Fixed a possible crash when deleting an archive in the Finder while it was visible in the favorites sidebar.Fixed a possible crash when using the “open with” menu with unknown file types.The percentage badge on the BetterZip icon in LaunchPad could get stuck.In some cases BetterZip was not able to track moved or deleted archives.BetterZip 2.2 ?Robert, 2012-02-28 13:00:00 +0100I have just released BetterZip 2.2 and you are welcome to download it now. The new version adds two of the most requested features: An option to batch compress multiple items into individual archives and a more capable View command for files in the archive. Click the View button in the toolbar to get the normal behavior or click and hold to drop down the Mac OS X typical “Open with” menu.Here’s a complete list of the changes since the last release: New Features:Added “Open with” to the contextual menu and changed the View toolbar button to a drop-down button with “Open with” functionality.You can now specify a custom file extension in save presets.Added a menu item to extract all archives in a folder recursively.Added an option and menu item to compress each of multiple dropped items into an individual archive.Added Japanese (by Koichi Matsumoto) and Polish (by Mariusz Nicpo?) localizations.

Thank you, guys!Added the Greenwich localization framework by Whitney Young, FadingRed LLC to allow super easy translation into new languages. Start BetterZip, hold down the Alt/Option key and drop down the Help menu. There’s a new menu item “Translate BetterZip” that will open the translation interface. Enhancements:Increased extraction speed for rar files.BetterZip will now display exactly which part of a multi-volume rar archive is missing, if any.In the save panel the standard file extension will be appended to the filename. Bug fixes:Fixed a possible crash when quitting BetterZip with the favorites sidebar opened.Fixed a few errors in the Russian translation.The registration window could lead to an infinite loop under certain circumstances.Growl will no longer write a warning message to the log.Fixed a bug that could lead to files being overwritten when extracting certain tar.gz archives.You can subscribe to this blog using this Atom feed.BetterZip 2.1.2 ?Robert, 2011-11-18 13:00:00 +0100BetterZip 2.1.2 is out. It fixes a few bugs and adds a Russian localization. Thanks, Eric! New Features:Added a Russian localization.

Enhancements:Hold down the Cmd key while dropping a folder in the queue window to recursively extract all archives in it.Hold down the Alt key while dropping an archive in the queue window to force compression. Bug Fixes:When starting BetterZip through one of the services in the Services menu, no empty archive window will be opened.Fixed a possible crash when quitting BetterZip with the favorites sidebar opened.The registration window could lead to an inifinite loop under certain circumstances.The split size for 7z archives was limited to 4GB.Fixed a bug in handling “additional options” when creating archives.Using the option “show save panel” together with the queue could lock up BetterZip.Trailing numbers are no longer cut off from the filename when saving with automatically created archive names.Fixed “reuse passwords for subsequent archives” in queue.You can subscribe to this blog using this Atom feed.BetterZip 2.1.1 ?Robert, 2011-10-01 14:00:00 +0200After reorganizing my build environment, a few things got jumbled up resulting in a regression bug in the SIT archive handling module in BetterZip 2.1. Also the new French help got copied over the English help and – worst of all – the update mechanism was rendered useless. This means you will have to download and install BetterZip manually this time. I have fixed all these things now and checked everything twice. Speaking of the help system: does anyone actually read this nowadays? Bug fixes:Split size is now base 10 (1MB = 1,000,000 Bytes) like the rest of the application.Search field was invisible on Mac OS X 10.6 under certain conditions.Fixed the update mechanism.

It will work again from now on.Fixed a possible crash when creating previews.Extracting all archives in a folder didn’t work under certain conditions.The English help was replaced by the French help.Some strings were not correctly translated in the French localization.You can subscribe to this blog using this Atom feed.BetterZip 2.1 ?Robert, 2011-09-20 12:49:00 +0200BetterZip 2 is selling very well since its release in June and I have got a lot of praise and great user feedback. Of course, the new version came with a few bugs, even some that could crash the application, but I think I have fixed most of them – at least those that were reported. Thank you for that! New Features:Using the service “Extract with BetterZip” you can now extract all archives in a folder hierarchy.If files are selected in the archive window, presets now only extract those instead of all files. Hold down Shift to extract all anyway.Enhanced “replace existing files” dialog: it now allows to merge extracted items into existing folders, keep both versions or replace the existing version with the one from the archive. Enhancements:Enhanced accessibility.Improved SIT file handling.The favorites sidebar is now populated in the background and there is no longer a delay when starting BetterZip.Re-added “Terminate after last window closed” option.Enabled the additional parameters field for tar archives.Holding down the option key now shows a save panel even for services or direct extraction.The location preset in the save panel is now by default next to original/archive. Bug fixes:Fixed two bugs that could lead to a crash.BetterZip now uses the original encryption method when resaving an archive, i.e., header encryption will be retained.Splitting 7z archives was off by a factor 1024.The Save toolbar button wasn’t correctly initialized with the default preset.Cancelling archive creation through a service in the save panel no longer displays a confusing message.Moving or deleting the external rar program could lead to a crash when saving with a preset with rar format.The progress bar no longer gets stuck when hiding BetterZip while extracting large archive.Extracting an archive via context menu while the same archive was open in BZ could crash BetterZip.Fixed a problem with extracting read-only folders in archives.I have added a new Atom feed for this blog, so you can easily subscribe to it.BetterZip 2 - The Next Generation of Archiving ?Robert, 2011-06-22 12:23:34 +0200A bold headline, but I am incredibly proud of the new version and finally getting it out into the world and into your hands.

It was a lot of work for me and a long time of waiting for you, but I think it was worth the effort and the patience.Upgrades for current license owners are $9.99 per license. To give you the chance to switch to the Mac App Store, if you prefer, for a limited time the price in the Mac App Store will be $9.99 as well. For customers who bought BetterZip on or after September 1st, 2009 the upgrade is free. Woohoo!The list of new features is rather long, so let me introduce you to the most important ones here. I have sorted them in order of importance (for me). A new user interfaceBetterZip sports a clean new user interface which will look familiar to most Mac users.

Similar to the Finder it has a sidebar on the left side into which you can drop your favorite folders for archives, e.g., your downloads folder. This favorites list is populated using Spotlight and can be filtered very fast. Quick LookIn addition to the preview (which was also greatly enhanced), BetterZip 2 has Quick Look built-in. Just select a file and press the spacebar. The BetterZip 2 archive operations queueBetterZip 2 has a queue for executing multiple archive operations in an ordered way. You can let Mac OS X decide how many operations to run at the same time or set it manually. A powerful archive password managerThe new archive password manager helps you work with encrypted archives like no other archiver does. You can have BetterZip collect a list of archive passwords in your keychain.

These can be used automatically whenever you open an encrypted archive. Alternatively, BetterZip can display them in a list in the password panel, so you can easily choose the one to use. Edit and update archivesWhen you open a file in an archive with the View command and edit it with an external editor, BetterZip 2 will detect the changes and give you the option to update the archive. PresetsBetterZip 2 allows you to create presets for creating and extracting archives. Presets collect all settings that can be applied to an archive, from the destination folder and archive format, to passwords and even a script to execute after the operation completed.

ServicesBetterZip 2 offers two configurable services, one for creating and one for extracting archives. Choose a preset for each which can be started through the Services menu, the Finder contextual menu and it can even be given a shortcut key. Test archivesQuickly test an archive without extracting it to find out whether it is damaged. More super-ultra power featuresBetterZip 2 can filter out extracted files similar to archive creation time cleaning. No more Thumbs.db and other unwanted stuff from other systems!Add custom options to archiving operations, e.g., specify the dictionary size or build solid archives. Or, if you don’t care about these techy details, let BetterZip choose the best options.There are many more enhancements. See them while you use the new BetterZip. 64-bitYes, BetterZip is completely 64-bit now.Five Years of BetterZip ?Robert, 2011-05-04 12:23:34 +0200Five years ago today I released BetterZip 1.0.

The first release note is still online. Looking back at that meager first version is a bit embarassing, but I guess that every evolving product sends the same shivers down their creators spines in retrospect. It could only open and create zip files and a few tar files. No options, no previews, no rar, no 7-zip. Since then BetterZip became one of the most powerful archivers for the Mac and yet it remained light-weight and easy to use.To celebrate this anniversary, BetterZip is 50% off for the next five days, until Monday, May 9th. That means you can get it for US$9.99 in my web store and in the Mac App Store.I will also let you in on a little secret today: BetterZip 2.0 is right around the corner and will be available soon. There are many enhancements that will make the current version look rather dated. Which, I admit, it is.

The first thing that you will notice is, of course, the new user interface. The current version of BetterZip uses drawers for its filebrowser and the preview. If you look at other applications in the Mac universe, drawers aren’t used anymore. BetterZip 2 does away with them as well:Another cool feature is Quick Look inside archives. It duplicates the functionality of the preview a little bit, but I find myself using both features in my day-to-day archive handling quite regularly. Hitting the space bar is deeply imprinted in my muscle memory.There is also a new queueing mechanism for batch extracting and compressing archives from the Finder in an ordered, civilized way.A great number of users asked for a way to reuse passwords, so I built a password manager for BetterZip that no other archiver in the world has.

Well maybe there is one, but it was hiding under a rock in Greenland. Although in Greenland it need not even hide under a rock. With the lowest population density in the world, you need to search 40 square kilometres to find one person. And archivers are much smaller than persons… But I digress, where was I?There are two more big and many smaller changes, but for these to be revealed you will have to wait a little longer. By the way, I am looking for beta testers.

If you are eager to put the new version through its paces and give me feedback on it, please send me an email. The feedback part in the deal here is really important. If you find a bug and don’t report it, I’ll name it after you. )My upgrade policy has always been like this: When you buy BetterZip you get all upgrades (including major versions) within a year for free. That’s a pretty long period compared to the grace period most other developers give their customers. Now, I released the last update more than a year ago and I want to give all users who purchased on or after September 1st 2009 free access to version 2. So, this is how it’s going to be. All other registered users can get the new version for a 10$ upgrade fee.I am already looking forward to see what BetterZip 6.2, aged 10, will look like. You too can influence this, just send me an email!BetterZip in the Mac App Store ?Robert, 2011-03-08 11:23:34 +0100Woohoo!

BetterZip was just approved by Apple and has finally landed in the Mac App Store.Let me use this opportunity to lay out my plans on how BetterZip is going to be sold and updated in the future.From now on, you can choose whether you purchase BetterZip in the Mac App Store or in the MacItBetter web store. If you buy a license in the Mac App Store, you will get your updates from there, if you buy from my own web store, BetterZip will use its built-in update checker to notify you of updates and install them, if you so choose. Besides this, the two versions will be identical. Unfortunately, you can’t switch between the two, at least at this time.The advantage of the MAS is that it offers the easiest possible buying experience and a central application update system maintained by Apple. The disadvantage is that all updates have to be approved by Apple, and there will be times when this takes a few days or even weeks while customers of my own web store get important updates immediately.Another question is upgrade pricing. Minor updates (e.g., 1.8.3, 2.4, 3.2.1) will always be free for the owners of the corresponding major version (1.x, 2.x, 3.x) while major new versions will be available at a discount for users of my own web store. (The one-year-free-updates policy will stay in place, of course.) Unfortunately, the Mac App Store doesn’t support upgrade pricing, so MAS customers will have to pay fully for every major version, unless Apple adds this functionality. Notice that after nearly five years, BetterZip has still to take the first major version step. (This is not a legally binding commitment to not charging for upgrades for five years ever again. -) I just promise not to release three major versions per year.)I like comparison tables with check marks, so I made one: Web Store Mac App Store Secure Payment ? ? One-click purchase ? Automatic update mechanism ? ? Central update mechanism ? You get updates as soon as I release them. ? Major version upgrades are free for a year and discounted ever after. ? Minor version upgrades are free. ? ?If you have further questions, don’t be shy!Coincidentally, my friend Wolfgang from ARTIS Software and the Iconfactory have released their new photo effect application Flare.

A fun digital darkroom. Go, check it out!BetterZip Quick Look Generator 1.2 ?Robert, 2010-10-04 12:23:34 +0200I have just released a new version of the BetterZip Quick Look Generator. It’s loo

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