Applesauce Version 1.0.4 Released

The latest version of the Applesauce Floppy Drive Controller client software has been released.  John Morris, creator of Applesauce, pushed the update out through the automatic update feature now included in Applesauce.  Included in this release are the following updates and fixes:

* Flux Imaging now happens 25% faster!
* Created Bulk Processing system under the Tools menu.
* Added bulk processor for updating A2R files to the new version 2.0 format.
* Added bulk processor for changing the Contributor field of A2R and WOZ files.
* Fixed crash when opening files in the Metadata Editor that didn’t have metadata chunks in them.
* Fixed issue with Clean Head functionality in Fast and Flux Imagers that didn’t work if you didn’t image a disk first.
* Lots of other small fixes and improvements.

The Applesauce Floppy Drive Controller is a controller box which allows users to attach their  Apple II Disk II floppy drives directly to their Mac for the purpose of floppy disk imaging.  The Applesauce FDC comes in two models, the Standard Model, which includes support for the 5.25 inch Apple Disk II Floppy drive, and the Deluxe Model which includes a DB-19 connector for forth coming 3.5 inch Apple floppy drive support.

To download the latest version of the software, or for information about the Applesauce Floppy Drive Controller, check out the Applesauce website at:
http://www.applesaucefdc.com

 

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A.P.P.L.E. Chairman of the Board and Club president -- Bill worked for the founder, Val J. Golding and A.P.P.L.E. from 1981 to 1982. In 1999, he began archiving the materials which were distributed and sold by A.P.P.L.E.. That project led to the group that remained of A.P.P.L.E. Bill was involved in the financial industry in Tokyo and has over 20 major office infrastructure projects to his name. In March 2001, he retired to write books and to spend more time pursuing personal interests. As the president of the users group, Bill is in charge of distribution of Call-A.P.P.L.E. magazine as well as the organization of this web site. Bill currently resides in Tokyo, Japan and Shelton, Wa splitting time between the places.