Taply Version History

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1.8, 12/12/2014

  • Bugfix: Restored the ability to drop a folder onto Taply’s icon.

1.7, 04/13/2014

  • Added a preferences window, which can be opened throught the contextual menu.
  • Added shuffle mode (see preferences).
  • Support for Retina/high-resolution displays.

1.6, 09/12/2009

  • Compatible with Mac OS X 10.6 (“Snow Leopard”)

1.5, 12/17/2007

  • Improved user interface
  • Added a playback progress bar that can be used to navigate in files
  • Keyboard shortcut for increasing and decreasing the volume and restarting the track
  • Fixed a potential crash on Leopard
  • Fixed a drag&drop problem that could result in an invisible Taply process running in the background
  • Optionally, the volume setting can be preserved between launches by activating a hidden preference setting:
    – close Taply
    – open Terminal
    – paste the following line:
    defaults write net.bluem.taply PersistentVolume 1.0
    – … and hit return.
    Starting with the next launch, Taply will remember the last position of the volume slider. (Use 0 instead of 1.0 in the command above to switch it off.)
  • New “Loop” / “Repeat file” icon, contributed by Ulli Neutzling. If you are used to the old icon and want to keep it, quit Taply, open “Terminal“, enter …
    defaults write net.bluem.taply OldLoopIcon 1
    … , hit return and launch Taply. Of course, you can switch to the new icon by entering 0 instead of 1 in the line above.
  • Swedish localization, contributed by Ulli Neutzling.

1.3.2, 08/22/2006

  • Universal Binary

1.3.1, 08/05/2005

  • Italian localization, contributed by Matteo Moruzzi

1.3, 08/03/2005

  • Instead of NSSound, Taply now uses Kurt Revis' “PlayBufferedSoundFile” (see license note at the end of this file)
  • Added a volume slider
  • Improvements in the user interface
  • Improved display of long filenames
  • Fixed a memory leak
  • French localization, contributed by Nicolas Hubert

1.2, 03/06/2005

  • Taply now supports handling of folders: any folders that are dropped on the window or onto the application icon will be scanned for audio files. Any files that are found are added to the queue.
  • Before a new audio file is added to the queue, Taply checks if this file is in the queue already.
  • Added tooltips for the icons
  • Added a new item to the contextual menu which removes the files in the queue
  • Several minor improvements

1.1, 10/27/2004

  • Added a button for repeating tracks
  • Smaller window
  • Files can now be dragged onto the window
  • Contextual menu
  • If a file cannot be played, a warning is displayed
  • Pause and resume
  • Several minor improvements

1.0, 06/14/2004

  • First release