Friday, April 18, 2008

Mactracker 5.0.2

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Release Notes:

- Adds MacBook Pro (15-inch Early 2008)
- Adds MacBook Pro (17-inch Early 2008)
- Adds MacBook (13-inch Early 2008)
- Adds AirPort Express (802.11n)
- Updates iPod shuffle (Second Generation)
- Additional information added to "Mice and Keyboards" models
- Macintosh Clone entries have been removed to focus on Apple's models
- "My Model" entries can be added or removed from the main window
- Adds the ability to set color labels for "My Models" entries
- Numerous improvements to "My Models" category in the main window
- Improved "Undo/Redo Typing" for the "Comments" field in the info windows
- Adds maximum supported resolution for an external display for Mac mini, MacBook, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, and PowerBook G3/G4 models
- Adds "Brightness" and "DPI" information (where available) for the built-in display on MacBook, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro models
- Adds "AirTunes" information to Wi-Fi Base Stations
- Updates Support Status for Apple's latest Vintage and Obsolete products
- Fixes issue with creating new Smart Categories
- Other minor changes and additions

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

I don't understand the removal of clone data. They only took up one folder and made Mactracker as comprehensive as possible. Besides, it's not like you have to keep track of new clones being released.

Paul Norman said...

Ian,

Thanks for adding the new Intel Macs. I have used Mactracker since it was a pup. I can't imagine the world without it.

chriscolburn said...

As someone who has most of the PowerComputing clone information in his head to this day, it was nice to have that info in MacTracker so I could finally forget it safely and still have a solid, mostly accurate reference to which to point others. Please reconsider putting the clone information back in Mactracker 5.0.3 so those of us who want/need the info don't have to keep two copies of the software lying around.

Chris Colburn aka Raynman
President Emeritus
MacGurus (back when it was still owned by Acme Memory Company, Inc.)
www.macgurus.com

Jack said...

Please, put the clone data back in 5.0.3! This has been so helpful to me and without it something major is left behind.

Guimers8 said...

Hi,

Just found out about Mactracker. I've been looking for this for a while, it's a very great & useful app. So, thanks.

What about adding Mac2Sell evaluation ? (mac2sell.net)

Bye,
Guillom.

iamdigitalman said...

I agree with everyone else, bring back the clones!!

Also, is there any way you could optimize the code a bit? On my B&W G3 running 10.4.11, it takes the app 81 dock bounces to launch, which is more than every other app on this machine.

Anonymous said...

Could you please update the iPod version b/c i cant get the reg. version to work on XP. cant get it to allow quicktime to open the music.

Anonymous said...

Could you please update the iPod version b/c i cant get the reg. version to work on XP. cant get it to allow quicktime to open the music.

Anonymous said...

Hey, the PowerComputing Clones "are" Apple models since Apple bought out Power Computing and supported their hardware/software for a time.

Anonymous said...

Bring back the clone data!!! Mactracker used to be my go-to place for all pertinent machine information. Guess I'll have to rely on everymac.com for the most complete data now.