IC-Switch 1.1 released
Good news: Mac OS 10.2.4 fixes the bug introduced in InternetConfig by Jaguar, so IC-Switch is now fully working again, and after several months of sleep, the version 1.1 is finally released. Learn more and get it from IC-Switch's page in English or from La page d'IC-Switch en Français.
What's new, you ask? OK, here you go:
- Japanese localization was added, thanks to Yuzuru Shiraiwa.
- IC-Switch now displays icons in its menu, showing at the first level the selected helper for each protocol.
- It's now possible to get IC-Switch to search automatically for helpers from the preferences window, by clicking on a button or by typing cmd-F.
- Reveal helpers in Finder from the preferences window, and from the menu (by selecting a helper with the option [alt] key pressed).
- Launch a helper from the menu, by selecting it with the ctrl key pressed.
- All the commands available in the preferences window now have a corresponding menu item and key equivalent.
- The preferences window now remembers the last tab you used.
- The option to launch IC-Switch at startup has been improved. Now if you enable/disable IC-Switch startup launching from the login pane of the system preferences, IC-Switch will detect it.
- Better behavior when the user selects an application already referenced, or an application that has the same creator as an application already referenced.
- Memory handling was improved.
- Help and readme files were updated.