Final release approaching – Vimeo plugin working

Finally got around doing the last changes in the application and getting work done on the Vimeo plugin. There’s still a few kinks here and there, but I’ve got an idea how to fix them most of them. Most important of all: The final release is progressing. I will publish an update within a week or so with support for Vimeo, YouTube 4000p support and a fix (hopefully) for the 403 errors some users are getting. This should be the final release where it’s necessary to update the application in order to support a new service. Hereafter, the services should be automatically downloaded as plugins. Apart from that, I finally got my Apple Developer ID, so the Mac version is now properly signed. There was probably a fair deal of users who gave up on the application because of the stricter security in the newer Mac OS versions – although Apple could have chosen a more descriptive error message than “The application is damaged” when encountering an application not satisfying the current security settings. But hey, that don’t force developers to get a Developer ID, does it?

A few screenshots:

Vimeo media view.
Vimeo media view. The huge thumbnail is actually a bug, but I kinda like it – perhaps something in between?

Searching YouTube and Vimeo at the same time
Searching YouTube and Vimeo at the same time. The button to the right of the address bar allows you to select which services are searched.