If Then Software has released an update for My Favorites Martian, bringing it to version 1.7. My Favorites Martian is an internet utility designed for publishing and subscribing to Explorer and Chimera favorites via remote FTP sites. The update features several enhancements including new FTP codes. According to If Then Software:
If Then Software releases "My Favorites Martian" version 1.7 today.
My Favorites Martian is a small utility to help keep your Internet Explorer and Chimera favorites in sync to an FTP site, iDisk or iPod. Never be without your favorites on a remote machine again! This update reintroduces Chimera support and a new feature, "iPeek." This allows you to enter a .mac users account name and view their IE favorites online (if they have published them for you to see!)
This minor update includes:
- New FTP upload/download code (CURL)
- New version number icon & graphics
- Added some notes to this help screen
- Chimera preference syncing
- Visualization trick when syncing
- Live transparency slider
- Program now quits with the close button
- Now works with Netinfo-remapped directories
- Fixed backup date bug (on iDisk)
You can find more information about the My Favorites Martiann update at the If Then Software Web site. My Favorites Martian 1.7 is available as donationware.