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Listing CounterThis is the number of all currently running eBay listings, created with GarageSale. This makes it the most popular eBay tool for Mac!

GarageSale 6.4 is here.

GarageSale 6.4 is out. You can download it right away from this page.

Here’s an overview of changed or added functionality:

  • GarageSale 6.4 adds a product code field, where you can enter the UPC, EAN, or ISBN code of your item – if it’s not contained in eBay’s product catalog.
    Search engines will recognize this product code on your listing’s page. Thus, when somebody searches for a particular product, your listing will appear at a higher position on the result page.
  • We have been offering free image hosting to GarageSale users for a few years now, but so far we’ve always excluded images using in ‘Good Till Canceled’ (GTC) listings from that service. This was because we deleted images on our server after 60 days to make room for new pictures – a strategy that didn’t work, if your GTC listing is available a lot longer than that.
    With the upcoming shutdown date for .Mac/mobileMe web hosting on June 30, 2012, which has been very popular among our users for hosting images used in GTC listings, we realized we need an easy-to-use replacement.
    Therefore GarageSale 6.4 adds a paid service for storing images for your GTC listings, starting at USD3.99/month.
    You can sign up for that service directly from within GarageSale’s preferences panel.
  • We improved the popular automatic re-listing feature, which starts new listings once you item has sold out on eBay. Now this feature is linked with GarageSale’s inventory management. If you have less inventory in stock than what you are offering for sale in your auction template, GarageSale will not start the auction.
  • GarageSale now offers an overseas surcharge field for sellers on eBay.com, where they can specify an additional shipping charge if the item ships to Hawaii, Puerto Ricco, or other US-oversea areas.

The complete release notes are available on the GarageSale download page.

3 Responses to “GarageSale 6.4 is here.”

  1. Erik Weiss Says:

    Errors all the time. Great Program as long as you don’t want to know why you keep getting errors. The errors happen all the time error 240.

  2. ilja Says:

    Sorry, eBay’s error 240 code is indeed not easy to deal with. We have compiled a list of possible issues triggering this error on this page:

    http://www.iwascoding.com/mediawiki/index.php/EBay_Error_240

  3. LPatten Says:

    So, I bought them – both GarageSale and GarageSale Touch. I like it, I do. However, I would L O V E it if it worked like Apple’s iWeb, only for Ebay. That would give some great flexibility and customization, still enabling you to sell templates. Plus, there seems to be some quirkiness. Templates sometimes duplicate themselves. You look at the list, don’t know when it happened and which is the most recent. Pictures should be able to be enlarged further. Also, sometimes there is some major fighting with text. Perhaps there’s a table in the code. But you cut or delete something and sometimes it goes nuts and worse – publishes the problem, so it’s not just a screen redraw fluke. Sometimes pasted text appears not where you intended. Perhaps the Inspector could be more intuitively arranged. I don’t know. One definitely has to read the manual to understand colors and yield signs of listing titles. The software provided to create your own template? Well, if GarageSale were more like iWeb, perhaps it wouldn’t be needed? I don’t know.