LicenseKeeper 1.5.6

LicenseKeeper 1.5.6 has been released.

This free update fixes an issue with data migration from previous library formats as well as several other minor issues. It also brings support for the new Outer Level store and new registration scheme.

You can read the full details in the Release Notes.

Use “Check for Updates” under the main LicenseKeeper menu or download it directly.

You can also follow @licensekeeper on Twitter to keep up on the latest news.

LicenseKeeper 1.5.5

LicenseKeeper 1.5.5 has been released.

This free update fixes a few minor issues and adds a new menu item, “Locate App”. This lets you tell LicenseKeeper where it can find an app when refreshing info or launching in the rare cases where it can’t find it on its own.

You can read the full details in the Release Notes.

Use “Check for Updates” under the main LicenseKeeper menu or download it directly.

You can also follow @licensekeeper on Twitter to keep up on the latest news.

Indie+Relief a Success

Thanks to everyone who purchased a Mac or iPhone application as part of Indie+Relief. With your help, nearly 150 software developers donated all of their proceeds for January 20 to a Haiti relief charity.

Indie+Relief is now reporting that the total amount raised was $143,872.

I feel truly blessed and humbled to be part of a community that so quickly and strongly bands together in times of need.

A very special thanks to SecondGear Software and Garrett Murray for organizing the event and putting together a great site in such a short time.

If you didn’t get a chance to participate in Indie+Releif, Haiti could still use your help. Please consider making your own donation.

LicenseKeeper Helps Disaster Recovery

Disaster struck for Michael Evans:

This week disaster struck and it was all of my own making.

Michael inadvertently deleted all the files off his MacBook Pro forcing him to have to rebuild his system from scratch.

But thanks to practicing safe computing with backups and running LicenseKeeper, Michael was able to recover his data and successfully rebuild his system.

Fortunately, I did have backups for all my data and my OS X disks were on hand (I now know why I’ve been carrying them around for years)… I had quite a bit of fiddling to do, including re-entering registration codes. Fortunately I run the excellent LicenseKeeper software so I had everything in one place.

LicenseKeeper 1.5.1

LicenseKeeper 1.5.1 has been released.

Use “Check for Updates” under the main LicenseKeeper menu or download it directly from here.

This update fixes the blurry source list icons bug, improves serial number scanning, adds the ability to import and export multi-line values to CSV text files, and allows merge XML imports with your existing data.

You can read the full details in the Release Notes.

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