This version 1.0b47 crashes with OSX 10.6.1 when trying to fetch info from Delicious.
Delete the following files:
Open Keychain.app and delete the 'api.del.icio.us' internet password item.
Re-enter your Delicious UN & PW.
It's working completely fine for me on OS X 10.6.1 since doing the above.
Regretfully the current version no longer works in Snow Leopard; it crashes momentarily after launch.
I own Pukka, but I like cocoalicious better since it allows me to edit my Delicious tags.
At this time the version 1.1 listet here on MacUpdate still seem to be the unofficial fork, not Buzz Andersen's original. The official (and AFAIK working) Cocoalicious is version 1.0b45, see here:
Great that you're back online Buzz. I was really missing this utility! Thank you!
tried this version, but it still has connection problems with the api; not much use until it works
Why is this disk image wrapped in a zip? Disk images provide their own compression - there is no reason to do this, it's as bad as using Stuffit to compress your files!
Maybe the reason is because browsers have fewer problems downloading zip than dmg files?
All the potential in the world doesn't make up for an application that is simply so unstable you can't trust it to even open consistently, let alone consistenly perform its intended functions.
I really, really wanted to love this app. It's exactly what I was looking for, when it works. But persistent problems with the del.icio.us API, weird Keychain access issues, and just overall instability just make it unusable for me. I've not been able to find any fixes that work for the above problems for very long (the issues always return) and frankly it's just not worth all the time spent trying (and failing) to make it work. Let's not even talk about the brushed metal.
What's the story here? People seem to love ths little program, but it has given me nothing but grief. Is it even still being updated? Is it working for others?
Doesn't connect to the del.icio.us network. Broken.
It would be nice if the program could recognize if you had already bookmarked something to prevent duplicates. Also is there a way to add a bookmark without bringing the entire application forward? As in, just having a box to put info into and then closing after you choose "Post" without switching out of Safari to Cocoalicious?
Other than that great app thanks for your hard work!
Even when replacing the API url it wont work here (not on my g5 or cube).
Hope this will be fixed soon cause its a great program.
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