beaTunes 1.2.3 features delayed commits
Yesterday we put a minor update to beaTunes on our website. It addresses three different issues:
- UI improvements
- Leopard compatibility
- Delayed inspection commit
UI improvements: Language names are no longer shown in the system language, but always in English. We also added the most important languages to the top of each language combobox, to make their selection easier. Furthermore, there were occasional issues with displaying the Get Info dialog correctly on systems that used very long genre names. This issue is fixed. Another small improvement: In the Get info dialog for multiple items, the checkboxes are now automatically selected, once the user enters anything in the corresponding field.
Leopard compatibility: It turned out that due to changes Apple made in the Applescript subsystem, beaTunes wasn't working on Leopard. We looked into these issues and solved them. So there shouldn't be a big surprise in October, when Leopard finally sees the light of day.
Delayed inspection commit: Some users suggested that beaTunes should wait with committing changes initiated in the inspection dialog until the dialog is closed. This, so the reasoning, should allow a more fluent inspection. We listened and implemented the desired delayed commit. It's enabled by default and can be turned off in the inspections preferences.
We hope this update makes your beaTunes experience even more fun.