End of Summer sale starts now
Before Dawn Solutions is celebrating the end of Summer with a sale of epic proportions. All of our apps are 75% off until September 3, 2012. So that means:
- skEdit is available for $7.99 - Directly from developer, From the MacAppStore
- Nuggit is available for $2.99 - Directly from developer, From the MacAppStore
- Better Link Tester (BLT) is available for $4.99 - Directly from developer, From the MacAppStore
skEdit 4.1.5 release issues addressed
First let me say that I am sorry for the confusion, and more importantly the lack of instructions on the upgrade script. I am going to follow this up with an email to all registered users.
1) The license, we needed to change the bundle name so that it was consistent across the entire app, additionally Apple requires the correct bundle name, which invalidates the license. This is easily fixed by using the "Recover license" option in the app, or logging into the portal http://www.beforedawnsolutions.com/myaccount or you can email support[at}beforedawnsolutions(.}com and I will send your license. Knowledge Article for this issue.
2) The project files, in order to correctly follow the Apple User Interface Guidelines it was necessary to make a change. And again it is easily fixed. If you would like to have the same setup as before simply do the following: Knowledge Article for this issue
- Close the skEdit application
- Open a finder window and go to your home directory/Library/Application Support (directory/Users/<username>/
- find the directory called skEdit and delete it
- find the directory called skHTML and make copy of it, just to be safe
- find the original directory called skHTML and rename it to skEdit
- re launch skEdit and all of your projects should be available.
- If you have an issue please email support[at}beforedawnsolutions(.}com
I sincerely apologize for this confusion, and thank you for your support and patronage of skEdit and our other products and services.
skEdit 4.1.5 Released....Finally!!
We have finally released skEdit 4.1.5, it has been released to the Mac App Store (as skEdit Express), and then the BDS site. This is the only time that this will happen, since it took a little more than anticipated to adapt a single code base for both the Mac App Store and our site. For all future releases they will be released to the BDS site at the same time they are submitted to App Store.
To MacApp Store or not.
That is the big question. Is there a benefit to being on the MacApp Store...yes absolutely....this is Apple we are talking about, but how would it effect my customers? Selling, maintaining, and supporting Mac Applications is completely different than iOS. Also the fact that you don't get a 30 day trial, plus Apple reviews all apps and has fairly strict standards. The path that we are kind of leaning down is to have basically two apps that are very similar, 1 app would be the more conservative of the two and sold on the Mac App Store. The other app would basically follow the natural evolution of an app and build the things that made the most sense to the user community, plus bug fixes could be pushed quicker. Let us know what you think.
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