Happy new year, folks! We hope you’re all well.
It’s been a hard year for us, and yet we have enjoyed every single minute. Releasing Totals 3 was one of the most exciting moments of 2014.
It is, however, only the beginning of a series of enhancements to our flagship product. Among adding new features and publishing bugfixes in regular periods, we plan to develop a new major version of Lumina, our time and project tracking tool. We are also playing around with some new ideas to couple Lumina with Totals.
One thing we have to finish yet: Releasing Totals 2.2.13, which addresses Mac OS X Yosemite 10.10 compatibility issues, in the Mac App Store. Even though it is an update to the former major version of Totals, we think that we owe our users a working copy of Totals in Yosemite.
Unfortunately, the app is still in a Mac App Store review process and we conclude that it depends on a bug that we had filed in Apple’s bugtracker: It shell fix a bug that prevents sandbox application from sending emails with attachments in Mail.app.
We hope the update in MAS will be available soon. However, this delay made us think about further updates as well. Instead of providing updates through the App Store, we have decided to offer further updates to Totals 2 only through our website, which means version 2.2.13 will be the last update in the App Store.
What does it mean for App Store users? All App Store users will receive a serial number for the website version free of charge. Starting with version 2.2.14, Totals recognizes previously installed App Store versions to register the app.
- How to register Totals 2 using an App Store purchase
- Totals 3 Documentation