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ICeCoffEE 1.4.3 released

ICeCoffEE 1.4.3 is out, and it’s Intel native. Thanks to Sven-S. Porst for his help in getting it ported (which really just involved recompiling) and tested. This evening, I finally had a chance to test it for myself on a friend’s Intel iMac. Everything is so fast… can’t wait until I get a new machine myself.

Here’s a full list of changes:

  • Now a Universal Binary, compatible with Intel Macs
  • Updated to Application Enhancer (APE) 2.0.1 and Unsanity Installer 3.6.1
  • Supports Smart Crash Reports
  • Removed TEClick support
  • Added standard APE icon
  • Restored Services in recent Camino versions’ contextual menus
  • Fixed Terminal crash when clicking disabled minimize or close controls in Open dialog
  • Strips whitespace from URLs
  • Corrected Command-clicking behavior in development WebKit versions
  • Upgraded project to Xcode 2.3; various packaging improvements; eliminated pesky warnings from release build

I haven’t seen any new bugs or flakiness in my testing, but as always, if anything comes up, post a comment here or email icecoffee at Enjoy!

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