We just released version 1.5 of Power Prompter. This update adds an optional timestamp display to the teleprompter window.
A very interesting video we found on YouTube. It offers a great introduction to using a teleprompter and has some awesome tips for the beginner.
If you’ve never tried to make a screen recording you’re probably lost about what software to use and where to start.
Luckily you don’t need to spend a dime to get started with screen casting. And it’s rather easy, too. Because macOS comes with all the tools you need on board.
Just a short heads up: Currently Apple’s servers aren’t on top of their game and downloading reports can take some time or completely time out.
Just re-try it a few times and ignore the “unexpected login error” message Suborbital Reports is displaying.
If you can’t get it to work there’s another option: Log into the iTunes Connect page and download the daily reports. You can import those files then via “File -> Import Report Files…” in Suborbital Reports.
In this short Blog post we’re going to show how you can use the Griffin PowerMate USB controller to operate Power Prompter.
We just released an update (1.1.4) that fixes the most recent login issues.
Looks like Apple didn’t properly extend their SSL certificate for “reportingitc-reporter.apple.com” and the current certificate is only valid for “reportingitc-reporter-sh.apple.com”. (See for yourself).
This did not only break Suborbital Reports but also Apple’s official Report Downloader command line tool.
We expect Apple to fix the issue soon but until then we updated Suborbital Reports to use the new domain.
Just a heads up: If you’re experiencing login issues with Suborbital Reports disable Two Factor Authentication for your account.
We’re working on adding 2FA support to Suborbital Reports. But until then you’ll have to keep it off to access your ITC sales reports with Suborbital Reports.
Update: We have released Power Prompter 1.4.3 which fixes the issues mentioned below. The update is now available from our website and should be available soon via the App Store.
Even though our Sierra tests with Power Prompter were all positive some users reported the following issues with macOS Sierra:
So far these are the only issues reported. If you find something not on this list please let us know!
We should be releasing fixes to this problems very soon!
Yesterday Apple released macOS 10.12 “Sierra” to the public. Though we were doing pretty extensive testing of our software on the beta we wanted to wait for the public release to confirm that all of our apps work perfectly fine with 10.12!