Home Inventory 2.0.0 Preview 3
Home Inventory (formerly Stockpile) is a powerful, easy to use application for keeping track of all of your possessions. Maintaining a complete and up-to-date inventory is critical when making an insurance claim and in assessing if you have the proper amount of coverage in your policy. Home Inventory helps you with these things by keeping track of critical information about the items in your home.
Home Inventory lets you have a virtually unlimited number of photos for each item (different angles, a closeup shot of a serial number, pictures showing an item's placement in the room, or anything else you want). You can import photos into Home Inventory from your hard drive, take a picture with your Mac's iSight camera, scan them in directly with a TWAIN compliant scanner, or drag and drop them from other applications (such as iPhoto).
It doesn't end there. Once you have your photos in Home Inventory, you can use Home Inventory's built-in image editor to rotate and crop your item photos without having to go through an external application.
Home Inventory's album view lets you manage all of the photos in your inventory database in one place. Using the album view you can import photos, associate and disassociate photos with items, and delete photos. The association feature even allows you to associate the same photo with multiple items (such as a photo of the components in your audio/video setup can be associated with your DVD player, receiver, television, and gaming console).
The album view saves you a lot of time putting together an inventory by letting you import a bunch of photos all at once then quickly assign each of them to the correct items. You can even create new items on the fly from selected photos with a single click of the mouse button.
Home Inventory can create detailed reports. The extensive reporting options let you determine how item information is organized (by location, by category), what fields are presented, and much more.
Binary Formations recommends you keep a printed copy of your home's inventory in a safe deposit box or other secure location away from your home in case disaster strikes.
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History updates (Complete changelogs since the listing on this site)
2.0.0 Preview 3 [02-17-10]
- You can now drag and drop images and files into any area of the Item View to add them to the selected item(s). If the drop occurs outside of the Item Photos, Item Receipts, or Item Files sections, Home Inventory will prompt you as to the association (photo, receipt, or file) of the drop operation.
- You can now drag and drop photos into any area in the Collection View to add photos to the selected collection.
- You can now drag and drop photos into any area in the Location View to add photos to the selected location.
- You can now drag and drop files into any area in the Policy View to attach files to the selected policy.
- You can add an existing item photo as a receipt for that item by dragging and dropping a photo from the Item Photos section in the Item View into the Item Receipts section and vice versa.
- Dragging and dropping a photo or receipt from the Item View or Album View onto an item in the Item List will add that photo/receipt to that item.
- You can now drag and drop photos and receipts out of Home Inventory.
- Pressing Command+Option+N on the keyboard will add a new item, location, collection, category, policy, depending on the view and whether or not the Item List is shown.
- When a search does not yield any matches, a message indicating no matches were found is displayed in the search results area instead of leaving that area blank.
- More efficient use of memory when displaying images.
Predicted future versions and notices:
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