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Quicksilver pre-release version with mini-tutorial goodness

David Chartier

This morning Quicksilver notified me that a new version was available. Since I love living on the bleeding edge of application launching and file manipulation, I went ahead and updated. While I can hold my own fairly well with Quicksilver's unbelievably powerful features, I was still delighted to see that, upon installing the new version and restarting Quicksilver, I was greeted with an upgraded intro dialog (pictured) that better explains how Quicksilver functions. This should be good news to us Quicksilver-faithful, as it should help new and would-be users get a grasp of Quicksilver's function and power more quickly.

The new version can be grabbed either from Quicksilver's preferences - or for you curious new users - their site.

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