Bento personal database updated with Mac OS X 10.5.2 support

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FileMaker’s Bento personal database has been updated fixing several issues and adding compatibility for Mac OS X 10.5.2 Leopard, which was released earlier this week.

Bento 1.0v2 resolves an issue related to exporting Smart Collections in the iCal Events library and improves file import. The update also fixes an issue related to exporting Smart Collections in the iCal Events library and issues related to related records lists.

According to notes provided with the update several minor issues related to printing forms and tables and issues related to the calculation field have also been fixed.

Designed specifically for Mac OS X Leopard, Bento takes advantage of several technologies to make the product easy to use including iTunes-like search, works with iPhone and .Mac, one-click customization and the ability to drag and drop items for import.

Using Bento you can manage virtually unlimited contact details; track projects, assignments and deadlines; connect related information together to see more details; prioritize things that need to get done; catalog inventory, donations and items for sale; record hours worked and payments due; create libraries for music, movies and media; and store files and photos related to projects and events.

Bento costs $49 or $99 for a family pack of five licenses, and is available on the FileMaker Web store and Apple retail store.

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