Quicksilver Application Launcher Updated to Beta 64

Quicksilver Application Launcher has been updated to Version Beta 64.   Quicksilver allows fast and easy control of the Macintosh allowing the user to use keystrokes to launch applications.   The program uses the first letters of the file name to find, and launch an application.

Fixes in the latest version of Quicksilver include:

  • FIX: Prevent all plug-ins from being deleted on launch
  • FIX: Prevent some interfaces from showing <qscommand 0xffff> as the command
  • FIX: The plug-in download progress bar works
  • FIX: Accented characters no longer wipe out the search string (Issue #539)
  • FIX: Latest Download proxy object works with a symlinked Downloads folder (Issue #596, #616)
  • FIX: Correctly display dynamically generated details for objects and actions (Issue #591)
  • FIX: Correctly notify the user when there’s no internet connection (Issue #640)
  • FIX: Prevent a crash when trying to run an AppleScript that was moved or deleted
  • FIX: Better handling of Dock icon preferences and crash protection (Issue #587)
  • CHANGE: If the name and details are identical, don’t show both
  • CHANGE: Simplified the wording in the Setup Assistant
  • CHANGE: Updated QSDroplet icon to reflect the new style

You can download the Quicksilver Application Launcher for free from the Quicksilver website at:


Quicksilver is available for Mac OS X 10.3 (beta 36), 10.4 and 10.5 (beta 54) as well as the latest version being available for 10.6 and 10.7.  All of the different versions are available on the Quicksilver website.  Also, the downloads are Free.

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