Apimac has released an update for Apimac Address Book, bringing it to version 5.4.6. Apimac Address Book is a telephone and address utility designed for Internet applications. The maintenance update features several bug fixes and interface mods. According to Apimac:
Apimac is pleased to announce Apimac Address Book 5.4.6, the latest release of its telephone and address application, fully integrated with Internet and Mac OS X.
Apimac Address Book is a practical telephone and address application with extended printing capacities that allows users to manage addresses, phone numbers (via modem or by playing touch-tones to the phone), URLs, and e-mail addresses, quickly and easily.
Version 5.4.6 is a maintenance release that mainly corrects some reported issues with the Dialing feature in Mac OS X, fixed a crash when a linked file is renamed or moved out of its original location, non-printable margins are correctly displayed on the Preview window, and ahandful of minor interface tweaks (making a call from the Recurrences window displays the rightly titled Dialing window, Titles and Suffixes have been enlarged to display up to 15 characters, amongst other changes).
You can find more information about the latest Apimac Address Book release at the Web site. The 5.4.6 release is free for current users, while the full version is available for US$19.99.