… you stump Apple Developer Support.
It started off innocently enough. One of our customers reported a bug: Only “All Categories” was showing in the Category list. We quickly figured out what was causing the bug and figured out how to prevent it from happening again. Fixing existing databases affected by the bug proved to be problematic, however. After trying to fix it 8 different ways, we finally contacted Apple Developer Support. We provided them with a bunch of information, and after waiting three business days we finally got this reply: “I don’t have any new information on your request at this time, but I wanted to let you know that it has not been forgotten. I will let you know as soon as I have something to report.”
So that’s where we’re at as of right now.
If you’re experiencing this problem, be aware that we are working hard to resolve it.
Well, 2010 is winding to a close and so is development on the 1.x line of MYStuff releases.
Since MYStuff 1.0 shipped, we’ve put out 5 major updates, with a bunch of great features:
- Location filter bar & CSV export (MYStuff 1.1)
- FileFinder introduced with iPhoto browser (MYStuff 1.2)
- FileFinder added manual and image searching & CSV import (MYStuff 1.3)
- Support for moving your database to other locations like Dropbox (MYStuff 1.4)
- Updated interface & support for all file types with built-in media player (MYStuff 1.5)
Thanks to user feedback, we have a bucket of new features and big changes, too many to add on to the current line of MYStuff. As a result, we’re starting up development on MYStuff 2. We’ll keep MYStuff 1 updated as necessary with any needed bugfixes and any compatibility issues with Mac OS X 10.7 Lion, but all new major features will go into MYStuff 2.
In addition to MYStuff 2, we’re also working on MYStuff Mobile for iPhone/iPod Touch and iPad. This is the hottest request from our users, and we want you to know that we’re listening. MYStuff Mobile will ship in 2011.
We’re also actively seeking new beta testers to help us make MYStuff 2 and MYStuff Mobile as feature-rich and bug-free as possible. Interested in being a beta tester? Click here.