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Delicious Library 3.2.2

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Delicious Monster has released Delicious Library 3.2.2, which lets you add your own custom fields. Autocomplete values can be accessed, and custom fields support Delicious Library’s Export, Search, and Saved Sorts. The media cataloging app also now improves importing of Delicious Library 2 collections, fixes a bug that prevented items from resizing if they didn’t have a cover image, improves editing and sorting for the Purchase Date field, and fixes occasional crashes caused by deleting shelves. ($25 new from Delicious Monster and the Mac App Store, free update, 77.5 MB, 10.8.3+)


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Comments about Delicious Library 3.2.2
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Dennis B. Swaney  2014-08-18 20:54
Too bad they refuse to support iOS. I have an iPhone that would be the perfect "scan" device, but no, they expect me to lug my iMac over to the bookshelves to scan them.
Banessa  2014-08-26 03:42