RescueTime OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard Support

[Update: We've modified the link below to point to the current production release of RescueTime for OS X since it now supports both 10.5 and 10.6]

Hello intrepid OS X early adopters!  We’ve built a new version of RescueTime that is optimized for (and doesn’t crash or leak memory all over the place like the one that’s up on the download page right now) OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard.

You can get it here.

Please note that this build includes the FocusedTime beta features as well, which you can either try out for us or ignore if you’d rather just keep using RescueTime as you have been.

This is technically a beta version, as we just got our hands on 10.6 yesterday and haven’t tested it internally extensively yet, but it at least works much better than the existing version of RescueTime on Snow Leopard.

Send bugs or feedback to team at rescuetime dot com.


8 Comments on “RescueTime OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard Support”

  1. Stian says:

    FYI, the new version still crashed while starting up with messages like the following in Console Log:

    03.09.09 12.23.48 [0x0-0x209209].com.rescuetime.RescueTime[10453] osascript: OpenScripting.framework – scripting addition “/Library/ScriptingAdditions/Adobe Unit Types.osax” declares no loadable handlers.

    The solution for me was to remove the Adobe Unit Types.osax file (which belongs to Adobe CS3, afaik) entirely.

  2. It´s not working, it crashes on my SL I have a MB.

  3. Hates_ says:

    Still always disappears for me. Seems to be the moment I switch to Safari that it exits.

  4. Mauricio Curi says:

    Same to me. It works for a while an than goes.

  5. lukerl says:

    Hope this works. I wondered why my machine was so slow–RT was using 2GB of virtual mem and 1GB of real…

  6. Jikk says:

    It doesn’t work for me either. It just crashes right after it gets started. It is so annoying…

  7. Mark Vega says:

    Yep, quits on me as soon as switch to Safari, unfortunately.

  8. leoniedu says:

    no luck here. does not even open…