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Mac Tools: MultiBeast 5.3, SafariStand 6.0.185, Alfred 2.0.3

20 April 2013 2,895 views No Comment

If the suit makes the man, do the tools make the Mac? In the case of tonymacx86's MultiBeast, the Mac tool very well could be the defining element…

If the suit makes the man, do the tools make the Mac? In the case of tonymacx86’s MultiBeast, the Mac tool very well could be the defining element. Existential questions of being aside — taH pagh taHbe’. DaH mu’tlheghvam vIqelnIS. — there are updates.

tonymacx86 has released MultiBeast 5.3 (download, registration required). This interim update of the definitive hackintosh utility brings compatibility with OS X 10.8.3 Mountain Lion and other good things.

Then there is Alfred 2.0.3 (download). Fixes and features in this update include:

— Give Alfred’s Auto Updater its own tab with change log
— Migrate user set hotkeys and keywords when updating a workflow
— Make no results from a script filter correctly fall back to fallbacks
— Make the script filter item uid attribute optional, and generate a UUID for these instead. This prevents Alfred from learning the returned result order so will respect the XML returned order
— MORE

Earlier in the week, Apple shipped Safari 6.0.4. In addition to delivering Java whitelisting functionality, and security fixes, this release also breaks SafariStand.

Happily enough SafariStand6.0.185 (download) has arrived and it has but a single listed purpose — Safari 6.0.4 compatibility. That said, the newest version of SafariStand does not work with Safari 6.0.3 (crash on launch).

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