FatBits Software has released an update for Herodotus, bringing it to version 1.1. Herodotus is a utility designed for searching history logs within a users Web browser. The update features display and view enhancements and bug fixes. According to FatBits Software:
FatBits Software Updates Herodotus, Web Browser History Search Application, To Version 1.1.
Herodotus is a Web browser history search application for Mac OS X. It allows you to search the history file of many popular Mac Web browsers. Supported browsers include: Safari, Internet Explorer, OmniWeb, Netscape / Mozilla, Camino, and Opera.
New in version 1.1:
- Herodotus now offers two window modes, single and multiple
- Window resizing is now available. Herodotusis display mode changes as the size of the window shifts
- Heodotus now displays dates for Safari, Internet Explorer, and OmniWeb
- Herodotus now shows the browser icon of the appropriate browser for each listing
- Fixed a major search bug that caused items in the history list to be skipped if they were directly below another match
- Fixed a major history import bug that will begin to affect the display of Safariis history in Herodotus 1.0 in a couple months time
- Fixed a display bug that was causing empty listings to be generated
- Made saving and copying a url much more reliable
- Made it so that instead of being presented with an error message on first run if you do not have one or more of the browsers supported by Herodotus you are presented with a window for selecting installed browsers
- Support for Firebird has been added
- Tested to work with Mac OS X 10.1 and above
You can find more information about the Herodotus update at the FatBits Software Web site. Herodotus is available as freeware.