Firefox is now at version 12.0. Basic AppleScript support (such as getting the URL of the current window) hasn’t worked since version 3.5, and it was intermittently broken in some earlier versions. — Michael Tsai Realistically, Shelf is going to stop being useful at some point in the next couple of years. The Apple App […]

Released Shelf 0.0.12

Another week, another Shelf release – this one is 0.0.12 – read the release notes or download the binary. Loads of stuff in this one, but muttley may like the fact that you can now turn off the background poller and have Shelf look for context only when you hit a global shortcut key. This […]

Released Shelf 0.0.11

So, I have a new release of Shelf, having finally been inspired to put a bit of effort into the scary refactorings I was putting off. It’s internally much better than the last one, though I still have places I can take it. Feature-wise, it’s only a little better, though. Feeds look nicer. It should […]

Yet Another Shelf Release (0.0.8)

These version numbers are just jumping around randomly now. Well, ok, they’re not, but not every version escapes to the world. Anyway, download the new Shelf – this one has an icon! And it now includes Sparkle, so it’ll update itself automatically from now on – you can stop visiting my blog every 10 minutes […]

A usable Shelf release

Right, Shelf has now reached version 0.0.6 – download it (there are newer versions out now – get those). It’s good enough that I’m running it full time now. Thanks to Mark Fowler, it can now pull clues from Firefox, which is a relief. I’ve also added Address Book and iChat support, although the iChat […]

Shelf ported to Python

Ruby turned out to be a bit of a pain for Shelf – I needed many external libraries and the Ruby bridge does a fairly bad job of packaging them all. I’ve ported the thing to Python now and it seems better – in fact, it’s better enough that I can actually produce a binary! […]