Ulysses 2.0.2 fixes Snow Leopard issues

We have just released Ulysses 2.0.2 via the internal updater Sparkle. This update fixes a couple of smaller issues and bugs, many of them caused by Mac OS X 10.6, Snow Leopard. We are also adding two more languages to Ulysses: Spanish and Norwegian — thanks to Victor M. Solano and Tellef Kvifte!

To get a detailed list of all changes, see the version history. You may directly download the new versions from here:

Update: I forgot to mention that this update also finally fixes the registration problems under Mac OS 10.4 Tiger.

5 Responses to “Ulysses 2.0.2 fixes Snow Leopard issues”

  1. TJ says:

    I am very interested in Ulysses and have just finished my 60 trial (work sorta kept me distracted…but i did get a sense of the program

    but i have a question/feature request. Is there any plan to include a sort of version control? I have read the forums and see that Git and other VC solutions can be made to work, but i am leery of adding more to the mix indefinitely… especially terminal based solutions.

    I understand that there are other programs out there, one of which i use, but–other than this version issue–seems like a better fit.

  2. TJ says:

    wow. that is what i get for not proofreading.

    “I understand that there are other programs out there, one of which i use, but Ulysses–other than this version issue–seems like a better fit.”

  3. max says:

    We have been planning with version control for a long time. And we definitely have some ideas on how to add it to Ulysses. Still if we want to do it *right* – and you might imagine that we always wanted to do things *right* – it will be a heavy feature that will not come in a free 2.x update. Still, we are anxious for all thoughts you might have :)

  4. TJ says:

    A nice, simple, keystroke driven way to capture the current state of a document would be nice. default identifier could be a time stamp. an optional way to add version notes would be nice.

    One feature that i would definitely appreciate would be the ability to view the current version side by side with any previous version. this would not really fit the UI you have…but…i think it would be nice.

  5. max says:

    That compare view is actually one of the few things that is conceptional quite complete. I’ll put your thoughts on our list for that :)