November 16th, 2012
I’ve decided to stop developing DeliciousSafari. I will keep up the site for the time being so the current version (1.12) can be downloaded along with the uninstaller.
I’ve released the source code at github for anyone interested.
Thank you to all my customers who have supported DeliciousSafari over the years and to the many beta testers who helped me along the way.
December 2nd, 2011
Bookmarks 2.3 is now available on the iTunes app store. It fixes the a couple bugs with layout of popular tags and canceling a bookmark save.
November 20th, 2011
Bookmarks Pro 2.2 is now available on the iTunes app store. It fixes the problem where the tags you entered were concatenated into a single long tag when saved on delicious.com. Note, however, this Bookmarks Pro is now only shows you the last 1000 bookmarks you’ve saved to delicious.com. See my previous blog post for more information.
October 27th, 2011
A change to the way delicious.com works means that only the last 1000 bookmarks are available for search from DeliciousSafari. You can still save as many bookmarks as you like, but if you want to find something saved more than 1000 bookmarks ago, go to delicious.com to find it.
October 27th, 2011
DeliciousSafari 1.12 is now available. Tags are now separated by commas instead of spaces, due to changes recently made by delicious.com.
October 7th, 2011
Delicious has a problem right now that causes separate tags in DeliciousSafari to appear as a single long tag on delicious.com. I’ve reported the problem to Delicious.
August 13th, 2011
Version 1.11 of DeliciousSafari is available. This release fixes a bug on Mac OS X Lion where the Delicious menu didn’t appear after logging back into a session that had Safari still running when you logged out.
August 7th, 2011
Version 1.10 of DeliciousSafari is available. This release fixes a few bugs associated with Lion and Safari 5.1.
UPDATE: Turns out there are still some Lion bugs. They will be addressed in 1.11.
May 16th, 2011
Good news. New accounts created at Delicious work with DeliciousSafari again.
April 27th, 2011
Delicious has been acquired by AVOS. It’s possible they adopt basic auth over HTTPS, which means DeliciousSafari would again work for new Delicious users. We’ll have to wait and see.