Objective Development has released an update for LaunchBar, bringing it to version 3.2.7. LaunchBar is a search app that is designed to find files based on abbreviations and can adapt to a users behavior. The latest version features Safari support and the latest Chimera build. According to Objective Development:
Objective Development today announced the availability of LaunchBar 3.2.7 for Mac OS X, the companyis award-winning productivity utility that provides lightning fast access to thousands of files, Web-bookmarks, email-addresses and applications just by entering short abbreviations.
Whatis new in LaunchBar 3.2.7:
LaunchBar 3.2.7 adds the ability to read the bookmarks from Safari, Appleis new Web browser for Mac OS X. Further, this version now adapts more quickly to the useris preferred abbreviations making it much easier to re-assign already used shortcuts.
It also features enhanced compatibility with the latest Chimera builds as well as much improved Unicode support when searching for items containing accented characters, German umlauts, etc.
You can find more information about the LaunchBar update at the Objective Development Web site. LaunchBar 3.2.7 is free for registered users, while the full version is available for US$19.95.