GarageSale 7.0.5 Beta 1 Released

Dear GarageSale Users,

The first beta version of GarageSale 7.0.5 is available for you to download and test from this URL:

If you reported or were effected by any of the issues listed below, please give this version a try and see if the issue is resolved.

What’s new in GarageSale 7.0.5

  • dragging and dropping images from the Photos app on macOS 10.12 Sierra works again
  • Orders section: added menu command to show shipping address in Maps app
  • Listing section: added image context menu command to import images directly from Camera
  • fixed possible crash when items referenced by smart groups where no longer present in the database
  • pressing the return key in “Edit Image URL” panel now closes the panel instead of inserting newline character into URL
  • right clicking on placeholder image in listing preview now shows a context menu containing the “Add URL Image” command
  • fixed a possible crash when computing variation quantities during auto-relist of a variation listing
  • fixed a possible crash when opening the “Advanced” tab in the listings inspector
  • initial switch to the “Advanced” tab should be much quicker now
  • eBay messages created in GarageSale should now be send quicker if GarageSale is busy downloading other eBay data
  • fixed a problem where a listing’s state wasn’t properly updated when eBay listing data was received
  • added additional safeguards against too many listing being started during auto-relist

System Requirements

  • GarageSale 7 requires OS X 10.10 or later

Thanks for using GarageSale,
Ilja on behalf of the iwascoding team

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Sounds interesting, but where is it exactly? I see nothing in order section…

What do you mean? I have several listings that auto-relist in the same time almost every day… is that a problem?

In the menu bar: Orders > Show shipping address in Maps…

Regards, Kristian

Ah thank you! Nice option!! In my opinion a button or something like that would be very useful…

Do you think it’s such an important function?
Maybe a keyboard shortcut would be a good alternative?

Regards, Kristian

Mmmh in my opinion (not especially for me but for all those users who are not use to read this forum or GS instructions) the more visible it is, the more they will know and use it. I mean, a shortcut is hidden while a sort of button (like the one you recently add for adding customers’ address to contacts) is much more user friendly. For me, a shortcut would be more then enough, but to be honest I do not know if people (who do not use computer from morning to evening) would enjoy shortcuts … actually I know just a few :grin:

Since I mentioned the address button I take the opportunity to send a little warning… a screenshot will show what I mean, but I send it to you by message because it contains customer’s address and if I oscure it you won’t understand where the issue is… (this problems started when you add the address button)

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