Smarky
Smarky
2.10

0.0

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Smarky

2.10
21 January 2020

Alphabetize Safari bookmarks with iCloud compatibility.

Overview

Smarky is the bookmarks manager for Safari bookmarks which is compatible with Apple's iCloud. After installing Smarky and enabling iCloud syncing, you can have automatically alphabetized and organized Safari bookmarks on all of your Apple devices.

Note: We are no longer actively promoting Smarky because, beginning with one of the Safari 11 releases, in Safari’s Bookmarks > Edit Bookmarks, there is a Sort By > contextual menu which will sort items. This is certainly not as powerful and flexible as Smarky, but given that installing and maintaining any app is a bit of work and cognitive overhead, we feel that users who just want their bookmarks in alpha-numeric order are better off by once in a while using this this new function which is now built into Safari. However, if you are a bookmark nerd that wants more, Smarky's built-in store is still open and our plans are to continue supporting Smarky.

What's new in Smarky

Version 2.10:
  • Changed some code which could maybe have caused spurious occurrences of Error 257938. Not sure, but the changed code makes more sense.
  • Fixed two bugs which could occur after a user clicks "View" button to view a new error from Agent:
    • Bug which could cause the previous error (or no error, if no previous) to be displayed instead of the latest error.
    • Bug which could cause a spurious appearance of Error 257938 from Agent.
  • Fixed a bug which may have caused syncing irregularities or churn in some cases. (We did not investigate the effects but definitely fixed a possible cause which was discovered accidentally.)
  • When running in Dark Mode, in the document window, in order to guarantee sufficient contrast with the white characters, the background color behind the folder names is now forced to be as dark as possible (saturation is forced to 1.0) regardless of the user’s setting in Preferences Appearance.)
  • Error 478204 should always have an underlying error now. (Requires BSManagedDocument commit 329683b.)

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