PasswordWallet 3.0 Now Shipping

Selznick Scientific Software, LLC has released a new version of PasswordWallet, bringing it to version 3.0. PasswordWallet is a storage app designed to hold usernames, passwords, and PINs in one complete package. The latest release features numerous improvements including expanded list functions and uses a new binary file format. According to Selznick Scientific Software:

Selznick Scientific Software, LLC is very pleased to announce an upgrade for PasswordWallet(tm) for MacOS to version 3.0.

This release of PasswordWallet for Mac and Palm adds over 50 new features including unlimited categories, much larger notes, faster display, new security features, single-direction syncing and new appearance preferences.

PasswordWallet 3.0 runs great under MacOS 9 and MacOS X!

  • Added multiple selection to the password list. Delete, duplicate, copy, paste and others all work with multiple selection
  • Added "Select All Found" to find dialog
  • Added "Category" menu complete with "Show All", "Show Uncategorized" and other category related features
  • New icons. (Log out/in or duplicate documents to see.)
  • Fixed bug where OS X Finder would use the old OS 9 icon for the PasswordWallet™ application and documents
  • Removed 255 character limit on notes. New limit is 32,000 characters on both the Mac and the Palm
  • 3.x now uses a new binary file format thatis impervious to corruption from unix tools like mv and cp
  • 3.x files open and save much faster than the old 2.x file format
  • Added preference for "Beep when auto-typing completed" for those programs that donit provide any visual feedback when a password is typed. (Like Terminal.App.)
  • and more...

You can find more information about the latest PasswordWallet release at the Selznick Scientific Software, LLC Web site. Upgrades are free for purchases made after March 1st, 2004, while the full version is available for US$15.00.

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