Archive for January, 2010

Spell Catcher X 10.3.4 is Available!

Wednesday, January 20th, 2010

Spell Catcher X 10.3.4 fixes a couple of truly annoying bugs discovered in version 10.3.3. I hate doing this sort of quick turn-around update, but nobody should have to live with bugs like these.

See what’s new in Spell Catcher X 10.3.4.

Get it from our Downloads page, or by downloading it via Spell Catcher > Get Updates and Languages.

Spell Catcher X MacUpdate Weekend Promo

Saturday, January 16th, 2010

For the weekend of Jan 16/17, 2010 – Spell Catcher X is only $19.95!

If you already own Spell Catcher X, the MacUpdate folks tell me that sales are usually directly related to the number of comments that are posted. So we’d appreciate comments (not here, over on MacUpdate) from existing customers telling everyone that they’re getting a great deal on a similarly great product!

Spell Catcher X 10.3.3 is Available!

Wednesday, January 13th, 2010

Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard) users, thanks for being patient—your wait is now over! Spell Catcher X 10.3.3 is available for download. This is a free (and rather significant) update to Spell Catcher X 10.3, and recommended for all Spell Catcher X 10.3, 10.3.1 and 10.3.2 users.

Spell Catcher X 10.3.3 includes a new input method, supporting applications running in both 64-bit and 32-bit mode, on 64-bit capable Macs running Snow Leopard. No setup is required, as was the case with Spell Catcher X 10.3.2.

For those that followed our Spell Catcher X 10.3.2 on Snow Leopard Quick Start Guide, please read our How to reset your applications to open in 64-bit mode FAQ for information on undoing the steps you might have followed in that guide.

Spell Catcher X 10.3.3 isn’t only for Snow Leopard users, there‘s plenty that’s new—for everyone.

See what’s new in Spell Catcher X 10.3.3.

Get it from our Downloads page, or by downloading it via Spell Catcher > Get Updates and Languages.