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GarageSale 6.2 is out

Thursday, August 4th, 2011


GarageSale 6.2 fixes a few problems under Mac OS X 10.7 Lion, particularly in the variations panel. The auction inspector now reports correct sales for multi-variation items. This release also includes the most recent list of shipping services and return policy settings.

Please see the GarageSale download page for a complete list of changes. GarageSale 6.2 is a free update for all GarageSale 6 users. It’s a paid upgrade (USD/EUR 16.99 ) for users of earlier GarageSale version.

GarageSale Basic hits 1.4

Wednesday, August 3rd, 2011


GarageSale Basic 1.4 is out. This version brings back description editing, which was lost when upgrading to Mac OS X 10.7 Lion or installing Safari version 5.1 or 5.0.6 on older versions of Mac OS X.
GarageSale Basic comes with the most recent shipping services supported by eBay and fixes a few annoying bugs. Grab the download and some more information from this page.

GarageSale 6.1 Released

Thursday, April 7th, 2011


iwascoding is pleased to announce GarageSale 6.1, the latest incarnation of our eBay selling solution for Mac OS X. A few of the new features are spotlighted here:

A format toolbar is available when editing auction descriptions. It lets you easily change the text format and also helps to create numbered or bullet lists in your description.

The new “Batch Find & Replace” feature lets you replace parts of your auction description or title in multiple auction templates at once.

GarageSale 6.1 now employs the latest version of the iMedia Browser component, which loads iPhoto libraries faster than the previous version.

Please check this version history for a complete list of changes.

Download GarageSale 6.1 from here. It is a free update for existing GarageSale 6 users. GarageSale 5 users can upgrade to this version for USD/EUR 16.99 from within the application.

Crossing 700,000 items.

Tuesday, March 29th, 2011

For a few days in a row the number of items available on eBay listed by GarageSale users has stayed well above 700,000. You can view the current item count on the GarageSale homepage.
A list of random items created with GarageSale sorted by local eBay site is available here.

We’d like to thank all our customers for making this possible.

Mac App Store Q & A

Sunday, January 9th, 2011

Most of our apps are now available on Apple’s App Store for Mac. This has raised a number of questions, which we are trying to answer here:

Q: I purchased different applications from iwascoding in the past? Why does the App Store show some as “Installed” and others not?
A: That’s Apple’s secret. We have no idea what logic Apple uses to decide whether an application is “Installed” or not. We are hoping that updated version of Apple’s App Store will fix this confusing behavior.

Q: Can I use the App Store to update iwascoding products I purchased directly from you?
A: Right now that’s not possible. Even though the App Store might recognize one of our apps as installed, it won’t let you update it unless it was purchased through the App Store.

Q: Will you continue to sell your apps outside of the App Store?
A: Yes. Apple does not allow some of the features we are offering in the applications we are selling off the App Store, e.g. GarageSale’s built-in store for additional auction designs will only be available in the non-App Store version purchased directly from us.

Q: Will you continue to release updates for your applications on your website and the built-in update mechanism?
A: Yes. Apple needs some days to review updates before they are released through the App Store. We know that the businesses of some of our customers depend on our applications. That’s why it’s crucial for us to releases important updates fixing serious bugs or adapting to last-minute eBay changes as soon as possible.