26 Oct

Panic Blog – Panic State of the Union ’11

Finally, the only part you care about: Coda 2.

Coda 2 has now been in development for about a year and a half. All of us have been working incredibly hard on this forthcoming release. We’re finishing up new features, boosting up the editor, dramatically cleaning up the UI, and improving what Coda already does well today, all while, hopefully, keeping things extremely light and lean. By the time you see it, Coda might look a little different than you’re used to, but we think it’s for good reason. We’ll see how it shakes out, but we’re very excited.

Yes, we can at last see the light at the end of the tunnel. That means I have to make good on the promise I made in last year’s State of the Union, and tell you: we’re almost ready to start private beta testing.

via Panic Blog – Panic State of the Union ’11. Coda is the app I probably spend the most time in outside of the browser, can’t wait for version 2.

07 Jan

Panic Blog – Panic on the Mac App Store

PS: If you’re a current customer, there’s no way to convert a previous purchase into a Mac App Store purchase — that requires a re-buy. But remember, what you have now will continue to work just fine.

UPDATE: The Mac App Store may show software bought from us previously as “Installed”, even though they’re two different licenses. You will not get Mac App Store auto-updates unless you purchase from the Mac App Store. To re-enable the “Purchase” button in the Mac App Store, just drag the app to the trash and empty your trash. Your preferences/sites will not be affected.

via Panic Blog – Panic on the Mac App Store. The Mac App Store opened up today and Panic is all on there. One of the big questions was regarding previous purchase of software, if it would still work, would we get the automatic updates and perhaps most importantly could we somehow just import our licenses from the company to Apple. Answers seem to be yes, no and most certainly not. The other big thing, 20 bucks (or even more) is hard to fork over for an app that all you get are some screenshots to preview it.