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Introducing Simon 5!

Simon version 5 is now available. It is a massive update, introducing a much-requested feature: syncing the Simon data between multiple Macs, plus a Simon Status service, a Link Checker filter, improved Find filter, iMessage and Speak Error notifiers, a new app icon, and much more.

Important: please note that Simon 5 requires a minimum of macOS 10.12 (Sierra), and is a paid upgrade from Simon 4. Purchasers since September 1, 2020 automatically get a version 5 license (that also works in previous versions).

Read the Simon What's New page for details.

Searching option?

Hello!
I'm looking for a program for monitoring web pages.
It seems you applications looks not bad.
But I found topic on forum about searching option http://www.dejal.com/forums/2017/10/30/searching-tests-titles-and-other-...

Is it true? No search option for tests?

David Sinclair's picture

Re: Searching option?

Yes, that's correct. Searching tests isn't something that many people have asked for, but I'll count you as another request, which helps bump it up the priority queue.

You can use groups to organize tests to make it easier to find them. Perhaps group by server kind, or even alphabetically if you have a lot of tests.

Re: Searching option?

Hmm...
Strange statement.
So, you may remove Close button from application, because isn't something that many people have asked for. Users can close application using CMD+Q shortcut, or just turn off their Mac...

David Sinclair's picture

Re: Searching option?

There's a difference between removing standard functionality, and adding a feature. While many apps have search features, it isn't something that comes "for free" with an app; each app that chooses to add it has to implement it in a way that makes sense for that app.

Re: Searching option?

Yes, you are right.
But searching - is standart functionality for ANY apps with lists I met before.
Users use Spotlight on macOS to start applications even they have only 20-30 programs. Because it's conveniently.
Anyway, thanks for dialog.