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BibDesk 1.2.11 for Panther released

The BibDesk team has released 1.2.11, a bug-fix version for users running Panther (Mac OSX 10.3.9).

Posted by Christiaan Hofman 2007-05-22

Bibdesk 1.3.4 Released - SearchKit added

The BibDesk team has released 1.3.4. The big new feature is the use of SearchKit which improves the Searching interface. Integrated with Skim, the new PDF reader and note-taker, has also improved. See the release notes for bug-fixes and new features.

Posted by James Howison 2007-04-23

BibDesk team releases 'Skim', a PDF reader and note-taker

The BibDesk team has just released the first public binary release of 'Skim', a new application that complements BibDesk.

Skim is a PDF Reader and note-taker for OS X. Skim is designed to help you read and annotate scientific papers in PDF.

Check it out, join the skim-app mailing lists and post bug reports or feature requests at

http://skim-app.sourceforge.net

Posted by James Howison 2007-04-03

BibDesk 1.3.2 Released

New features and bug fixes. Click on the downloads section to get it.

Posted by James Howison 2007-03-02

BibDesk 1.3 released

The BibDesk development teams is pleased to announce that BibDesk 1.3 is available for download at http://bibdesk.sourceforge.net/

*** Note that version 1.3 will not launch on Mac OS X 10.3.9 or earlier ***

All Tiger users are encouraged to update, as this release fixes numerous bugs, and has many new features (some of which were requested
years ago). Thanks to all of our nightly build testers for providing feedback and valuable suggestions.... read more

Posted by James Howison 2007-01-13

Mailing lists set up.

Three mailing lists: bibdesk-users, bibdesk-develop, and bibdesk-announce have been added.
bibdesk-announce will be used to announce new versions, and should be very low traffic.
bibdesk-users is for general discussion.
bibdesk-develop is for nuts-and-bolts discussions of programming work on bibdesk. This is the place where you should ask mike to explain his nasty code.

Posted by Michael McCracken 2002-09-04