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1. I'm looking for library cataloguing software that would work really well on the MAC. I'm also wondering if there is software that can be shared by hubby (the PC user) and me (the MAC user) - so we can both share our library database, you know?
2. I have an "old" clamshell ibook that I have been carrying around the house to catalog books on LT. It's running OS 9 point something and Internet Explorer 5, I believe. While on it, I can catalog books but I can't tag them (unless I'm putting books in manually, of course) and it also won't bring up my library. Would that change if I upgraded to a newer version of Explorer or dumped it for something else (I use Firefox and Safari mostly on the Mac-mini...)
Also, with only minor cosmetic peccadilloes, iCab seems to handle LibraryThing's sexy features just fine. The only problem I've noticed is that when you leave a field blank, iCab inserts "undefined" into the field. Note, however, that this doesn't mean that LibraryThing records that field as "undefined". A simple refresh reveals the field to still be blank.
So, in conclusion,
Go get it!
Long live the Internet-taxi!
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A Mac OS X version is available on http://pdb.finkproject.org/pdb/package.php/tellico
I did download icab and it does seem to run LT better. I can now look at libraries but still can't tag from within my library (the double click feature doesn't exist). Still, better than before, thanks. I don't use the laptop that often; mostly now to catalog books since it's more portable.