GarageSale 7.0.6 Beta 4 Released

Dear GarageSale Users,

GarageSale 7.0.6 Beta 4 is available for you to download from URL below or the built-in update mechanism.

What’s new in this Beta version

  • will no longer download order date from eBay, when the previous update operation hasn’t finished yet
  • adds an ‘Activity’ window, so you can see what operations GarageSale is currently performing
  • updated Italian and French localizations

What’s new in GarageSale 7.0.6

  • built-in image editor can be zoomed and scrolled
  • on startup, GarageSale selects the items that were last selected
  • double-clicking an image in preview mode will now open the built-in editor
  • added smart group rules for ‘auto restart’ and ‘did use auto-restart’
  • clicking the ’paid’ checkbox for orders or transactions is now reflected on eBay
  • shows warning when ‘paid’ or ‘shipped’ checkbox changes cannot be uploaded to eBay because there’s no internet connection
  • Best offer: auto accept and auto decline field can contain the same value without raising an error
  • image context menu in inventory section works again
  • when uploading listings, url-based images sourced from linked inventory items are handled correctly
  • source list select and shows newly created items again
  • Image Editor: filters are no longer applied to crop mask
  • in the attributes panel, GarageSale will download 6000 suggestions per attribute instead of 50
  • ‘Live’-inspector in listing section summarizes current bid, bid count and views when multiple listings are selected
  • various crash fixes

System Requirements

  • GarageSale 7 requires OS X 10.10 or later

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

@ilja I am having a problem with this version. Manually closing a listing takes a very long time, this is the screen and it stays at least for some minutes…

Did you look at the new activity window? Maybe there are other operations still in the queue that are blocking the “End Listing” operation?

@ there is always this process…

Hmm, that operation is running on a different queue then the “End Listing” operation, and should not block it.

Next time you see the “End Listing” operation stalling, can you take a glance at the “Activity Viewer”. There might be auto-relists being queued up, which share a queue with the “End Listing” operation.

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