The new Yasu for Mac is English only right now. But, you can help to fix that, and you don’t even have to know how to code. All you need is a plain text editor, and less than an hour of your time. Here’s how to contribute…
After many months of late nights rewriting Yasu for Mac from the ground up for macOS Sierra, it’s finally available for download! The look has changed somewhat, and some new features have been added, but underneath that shiny new exterior, it’s still the same Yasu you know and love.
As we get closer to the release of macOS Sierra on September 20th, I’m sure many are wondering if Yasu for Mac is compatible yet. The answer is…sort of. Some features of Apple’s latest operating system are no longer available.
Today is a day that I didn’t think would come 6 months ago… I’ve officially released updates to Yasu for both Yosemite and El Capitan.
Two new Yasu beta releases are available for public consumption, and can be downloaded from the downloads page.
Yasu for Mac 3.0.0b is a release specific for El Capitan (meaning it won’t run on any other Mac OS), and version 2.9.2b is for Mac OS’ Lion (10.7) through Yosemite (10.10) — meaning it won’t run on El Capitan.