Archive for the 'MarsEdit' Category

Second Level Of Security

Friday, May 20th, 2016

An issue MarsEdit users are running into with increased frequency is a challenge, when trying to connect to a blog, for a “second level of security” password. This panel is usually only displayed when a blog has been configured with an HTTP Basic protection to ensure it is completely private: However it is recently being […]

MarsEdit 3.7.7: Flickr Privacy Checkbox

Monday, April 11th, 2016

MarsEdit 3.7.7 is now available from the MarsEdit home page, and will be submitted to Apple for update on the Mac App Store. In MarsEdit 3.7.6, I changed the behavior of the Flickr photo browser so that it only showed “public” photos. I had received some requests to omit private photos from the list, and […]

MarsEdit 3.7.6: Lots Of Bug Fixes

Tuesday, March 8th, 2016

MarsEdit 3.7.6 is now available from the MarsEdit home page, and has been submitted to Apple for update on the Mac App Store. I recently took the opportunity to go through a long list of open bug reports against MarsEdit, and discovered a good number of items that I felt motivated to finally take action […]

MarsEdit 3.7.5: Secure Sparkle Updates

Thursday, February 25th, 2016

MarsEdit 3.7.5 is now available from the MarsEdit home page, and will be available soon for update on the Mac App Store. The main purpose for this update is to respond to security concerns with the Sparkle software update mechanism that MarsEdit uses. Although Red Sweater uses a custom version of Sparkle, it was vulnerable […]