LinkLite!
LinkLite!
1.0.1

3.0

LinkLite! free download for Mac

LinkLite!

1.0.1
06 June 2008

Display your website stats on your desktop.

Overview

LinkLite!... the new and easy way to have your website's stats on your desktop in real time.

LinkLite! brings together all the activity from your website in a convenient interface right a your finger tips. See your website's daily, monthly and total visitors as well as their browsers, operating systems, contries, screen resolutions, and more... configure the update delay you want, sit back and just enjoy watching your stats in real time!

What's new in LinkLite!

Version 1.0.1:
  • New Feature: Contextual menu (right click) on pies, to show recap details in descendant order.
  • New Feature: Due to a difference between Mac and PC, data externalisation was made for the Skins and Languages in the Documents directory for easy update and future additions.
  • New Feature: Selection of your PHP version (4 or 5) during install procedure.
  • Change: Global Options tab redone and new bottom icons in the "main" interface.
  • Remove: Username and Password textfields in the options tab have been removed.
  • Bugfix: Username and password lost by AIR => show user dialog to introduce it if not present!
  • Bugfix: Refresh Stats Window when changing Web Site address!
  • Bugfix: Bad initialisation for Day recap on first install

3 LinkLite! Reviews

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Idjster
26 May 2008

Most helpful

Can someone tell me why all Adobe Air apps require unrestricted system access and why we should trust these apps when they also have unrestricted internet access? I'm not questioning anyone's honesty or sincerity, I'm only wondering about the possible security implications. Thanks.
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Version 1.0
isilver
08 June 2008
Developer contacted me and managed to fix the stuff I wrote about below, thanks. It's working quite well at the moment now those problems are fixed (PHP4's okay now). iWeb users might find this a little tricky to install (cause you need to read the read me) and do some FTP manually but the install should be second nature for anyone who knows what FTP is. The updating process this little app uses is, in my opinion, the best around, no fuss and quick. It's probably got all the features it needs to monitor one website, perhaps being able to monitor multiple websites could be added in the future.
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Version 1.0.1
isilver
31 May 2008
This sounded good, so I gave it a try. Entered the configuration details, FTP'd the folders to the webserver etc. Didn't work at all. Checked settings etc, no luck, emailed developer, received canned response, still not working. Emailed developer "will it work with a .PHP index page?" no response, either they don't know or don't know how to find out ...
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Version 1.0
1 answer(s)
Gafmedia
Gafmedia
02 June 2008
Hi ISILVER, we're really sorry we had a problem with our mail servers over the past few days (perfect timing... we're usually pretty quick to answer) and we did not get your emails. Everything is back in place now and we'll help you out with pleasure. Can you resend your email either by the website or directly at technical@gafmediastudio.com with the problem you facing (error message received, etc) and we'll get back to you asap. Concerning the .php page, of course LinkLite works just fine using any extension as long as it's not just a "process" or "script only" page. Once again really sorry for this short "blackout" and if ever anyone else faced a problem over the weekend please resend us your email(s).
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Version 1.0
Idjster
26 May 2008
Can someone tell me why all Adobe Air apps require unrestricted system access and why we should trust these apps when they also have unrestricted internet access? I'm not questioning anyone's honesty or sincerity, I'm only wondering about the possible security implications. Thanks.
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Version 1.0
3 answer(s)
Chas-m
Chas-m
26 May 2008
Adobe Air does not require "unrestricted" access (ie root). It needs Admin access (which you may think is "unrestricted" but that's not correct) because it needs to install components within the system, in much the same way that QuickTime needs similar access in order to function.
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Version 1.0
Idjster
Idjster
26 May 2008
I see. I only asked as Air itself gives a warning about it not being signed and then about it needing 'unrestricted access' to the system. Thanks for the reply.
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Version 1.0
Ean
Ean
27 May 2008
AIR only reports an app as unsigned if, in fact, it is unsigned. Security certificates are supported, so judge the app on the authors' compliance.
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Version 1.0
Free

3.0

App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • PPC 32
  • or later
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