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Garage 6.0 adds 64-bit support, batch editing capabilities

updated 11:20 pm EDT, Mon July 26, 2010

New filtering options to help manage listings

Iwascoding has launched a new version of its eBay listing utility, GarageSale 6.0. The software allows users to create eBay auctions from their desktop, with over 140 free listing designs to choose from. The latest version has been completely rewritten to utilize Apple's CoreData technology, while supporting 64-bit operation on Macs. Synchronization has been improved, along with batch editing features that enable controls in the inspector window to be simultaneously applied to all selected templates.

Other new features include support for listing several variations of items, as well as enhanced inventory tracking that allows users to assign tittles, pricing information, images, and quantity. Users can also assign captions to their auction images and create small groups that help filter auctions. New Pro Designs and design properties provides greater control over various aspects of an auction design. Finally, GarageSale 6.0 adds additional support for several of eBay's current features, such as watermarks and automatic re-listing capabilities.

GarageSale requires Mac OS X 10.5 or higher, with single-user licenses available for $40 or a family pack for $65. Upgrades from previous versions cost $17 for a single user or $22 for the family.






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