Name: Balsamiq Mockups
Mac Platform: Intel
OS version: OS X 10.7 or later
Processor type(s) & speed: 64-bit processor
Keymaker courtesy of EMBRACE
1. Unzip keygen_osx.zip and open Terminal.app (or iTerm)
2. Drag keygen_osx onto your Terminal window, the path to the keygen will appear.
3. Press [Return] and follow the prompts.
Enter product number: 1
Enter company name: Apple
Enter user count: 999
4. Leave Terminal open for reference, enter the registration details in the app.
Release Date: July 30, 2015
What's New in 3.1.8?
Multiple Selection! This was a long time coming, and we're pretty happy about how it came out! You can now select more than one mockup, asset or trashed resource, and perform operations on the selected items all at once.
SIXTY-SIX New Icons with FontAwesome 4.4!
Horizontal Site Maps! The Site Map control is a popular one, but we've heard many times that it takes up a lot of space. With today's release, you'll be able to use a new "Direction" toggle in the Site Map inspector to switch to a Horizontal view, which is just as clear, but more compact.
Other Improvements and Bug Fixes
We added a little visual indicator for mockups that have alternates, and made the icon to switch multiple alternates at once a little more discoverable, check it out:
We added the CTRL+SHIFT+PAGEUP and CTRL+SHIFT+PAGEDOWN to navigate between a mockup's alternates. Handy! Thanks Michael E. and JeromeR for requesting this!
We fixed the name of the official version of a mockup to "Official Version", not "Official Versions".
We fixed a few pretty big memory leaks, the memory consumption shouldn't keep growing during normal operation any more.
We now sort items in the Trash alphabetically.
We fixed an issue with alternates showing up in a different order than their official version.
We fixed an issue with importing a bmml exported from Mockups for Confluence or JIRA.
We improved how the new Calendar control behaves at very small sizes.
We changed the Formatting Toolbar control to use the new FontAwesome icons instead of our old ones.
We fixed an issue with "Save as..." not saving thumbnails of alternate mockups properly.
We fixed an issue with Mockups not warning before overwriting a file in some cases.
We fixed an issue with Mockups not adding a .zip extension when exporting to BMMLs project in some cases.
Launching Mockups by double-clicking on a BMPR file no longer opens other projects that were open when you last closed the app (except for projects that have never been saved, otherwise you'd lose those). Thanks Bryan B. and ahobday for requesting this!
We fixed an issue with the position of cropped control changing on file re-open in some cases. Thanks John H. for reporting the bug!
We fixed an issue with maintaining proper cropping coordinates when importing from BMML. Thanks John H. for reporting this one too!
We fixed a little annoying visual bug with the progress bar moving up and down during long operations.
"Used By" in Assets now shows the mockup name along with the Alternate name when necessary.
We now support importing from ZIPs that have a single directory in them with all the bmmls and assets in it.
We fixed an issue with the Assets list not updating after a rename.
We fixed an issue with the text color of the selected UI Library control being black instead of white.
We fixed an issue with exporting mockups with # in their name to BMML. Thanks Andre M. for reporting this!
We fixed a bug with deleting mockups in rapid succession in big projects making the app unresponsive. Thanks JeromeR for reporting this one as well!
We fixed an issue with not being able to type the ć character on Polish keyboards. Thanks pataps for reporting it.
We fixed the conversion of the File icon from v2 to v3.
Full Release Notes: http://blogs.balsamiq.com/product/2015/07/30/multipleselection/
More Info: http://balsamiq.com/products/mockups/
Using Mockups feels like drawing, but because it's digital, you can tweak and rearrange easily. Teams can come up with a design and iterate over it in real-time in the course of a meeting. Product managers, designers, developers, and even clients can now work together in the same tool to quickly iterate over wireframes, before writing code.
Focus on Content and Functionality:
Low-Fi Sketch Wireframes. Sketchy, low-fidelity wireframes let you focus design conversations on functionality.
UI Components and Icons. 75 built-in user interface components and 187 icons, plus a whole lot of community-generated components.
Click-Through Prototypes. Linking lets you generate click-through prototypes for demos and usability testing.
Export to PNG or PDF. Share or present mockups with embedded links using PDF export, or use a 3rd party tool to export to code.
And much more....