We got a new Flip Video MinoHD Camcorder yesterday from Amazon. It’s a very neat little device. It records in HD and holds up to 60 minutes of video on its solid state storage. It attaches to your computer, Mac or PC, using a built-in USB connection, and the first time you attach it to a machine, it installs its software. The above video was shot by Thomas about an hour after we opened the box. I imported the video into iMovie and poked around until I figured out how to add the title cards. Not an Oscar-worthy production, to be sure! Still, it was fun making it. I look awful in it, so please be kind with your comments. 🙂
08/31/2009 Update: For Snow Leopard compatibility, see here.
08/13/2009 Update: It should now work with all future versions of Safari without having to update it again. Read about the change here.
06/09/2009 Update: Apple released the production version of Safari 4 yesterday at WWDC. I have just updated the plugin distribution, so if you download it now, it should work. If you already have it installed, follow the directions below for changing the version number to 5530.17 and your old installation should work. If you don’t yet have it installed, follow the directions here.
Thanks to Sylvain Frébourg, MiddleClickClose is now working with Safari 4. The fix is quite simple: change the
MaxBundleVersion in the
Info.plist file from what it was, to 5528.16. I know that I tried that, because I could see warnings about an incorrect version whilst watching Safari start up on the console. I must have changed something else at the same time and not realized it, because no matter what I set the version to, it wouldn’t load. Anyway, I reverted my SIMBL install and my SIMBL plugin directory from back in January using Time Machine, made the version number change, and now it works. It helps to be methodical, and I was not.
So, there are two ways you can go about getting it working for you. You can edit ~/Library/Application Support/SIMBL/Plugins/MiddleClickClose.bundle/Contents/Info.plist, changing 5525.13 to 5528.16 5530.17, or you can download a new zip file and re-install. Either way should work.
If only Apple would build this functionality into Safari itself…