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Folder Comparison Reinvented

  • Florian 
  • 9 min read

Recently, we have spent a lot of time on many aspects of the folder comparison feature for Kaleidoscope 4.4 and 4.5. We have overhauled some of the underpinnings and worked hard to improve reliability and speed. But we also added some major new features. It’s time to tell you a bit what they are and how you can benefit from those changes.

Share your diffs with Kaleidoscope 3.7

  • Florian 
  • 5 min read

Kaleidoscope 3.7 marks the beginning of a new chapter: you can now share your text diffs with other people. It’s as easy as clicking the common Share button in the toolbar and selecting a service, like Messages or AirDrop. We think you’re going to like it!

Comparing Archive Contents with Kaleidoscope

  • Florian 
  • 5 min read

Over the last few months, we’ve received several feature requests for the ability to compare the contents of archives like .zip or .jar. Indeed, an archive is really a folder full of files, a folder that happens to be compressed into a single file. So we should be able to compare archives using Kaleidoscope.

Kaleidoscope 3.4 Adds Printing, Another Tool for Your Workflow

  • Jean 
  • 4 min read

We’ve just released Kaleidoscope 3.4, the latest version of our powerful comparison app. The new version includes a feature requested by many users: printing! Why would you want to print your code comparisons? Here are a few ways that printing can help you in your work and collaborations.

Kaleidoscope Developer Tools for Safari, Part 2

  • Florian 
  • 6 min read

As announced last week in Part 1 of our article focusing on JavaScript debugging, this second part shows how to take advantage of Kaleidoscope Developer Tools for Safari when working on web page content and layout.

New Extension: Kaleidoscope Developer Tools for Safari

  • catlan 
  • 5 min read

We are thrilled to bring you our new Safari Extension for Web Developers. It offers 4 distinct features to cover your development needs. In this article, we will focus on the more advanced usage, ksdiff for the Safari JavaScript Console.

Meet the new Kaleidoscope

  • catlan 
  • 4 min read

For the past year, we’ve been working hard on modernizing Kaleidoscope, and today we’re proud to release Version 3! Kaleidoscope 3 is a milestone for the app. We have listened to your feedback and enhanced the app accordingly, with new tools for inspecting version control changesets and more settings for text comparisons. We have also brought a fresh new design specifically tailored for macOS Big Sur and macOS Monterey, including support for the Apple M1 chip.

You Want It Darker

  • Florian 
  • 1 min read

It’s about time we show you a glimpse of what we’ve been up to in the last few months, besides listening to that great Leonard Cohen album.

Kaleidoscope 2.4.1

  • Florian 
  • 3 min read

In addition to smaller fixes, there are two changes particularly worth noting in our latest release, Kaleidoscope 2.4.1: new tricks in kspo, and support for PDF image assets.