Swift Publisher 5 automatically detects custom templates (“My Templates” in the Template Gallery) created in the previous version and copies them to the new version’s Template Gallery. However, this is only true if both versions were bought from the same store (e.g. both Swift Publisher 4 and 5 were bought from BeLight Software’s web site, or both were bought from the Mac App Store).
If you purchased Swift Publisher 4 from the Mac App Store and upgraded to Swift Publisher 5 from BeLight Software’s web site, you need to transfer the templates manually.
Follow these steps:
If you purchased the Extras Pack directly from BeLight Software, it will be available in all BeLight products, regardless of their version or origin (BeLight or Mac App Store).
If you purchased Additional Clipart in Swift Publisher 4 as an in-app purchase, it will be accessible by Swift Publisher 5 purchased from the Mac App Store. However, clipart purchased as in-app purchase won’t be visible in a non-Mac App Store version of Swift Publisher.
If you purchased Additional Clipart as in-app purchase and need to use it in Swift Publisher 5, do one of the following:
or move the clipart folder to another location:
To completely remove Swift Publisher 4 and its supporting files from your computer, follow the steps below.
Mac App Store version:
BeLight Software version:
Presently, Labels & Addresses does not support importing from Excel 2016 directly (earlier versions work fine). There are two possible workarounds until the problem is solved.
If you have Apple Numbers on your computer, you can import Excel documents into Labels & Addresses by choosing "Numbers" in the list of import sources in the Source panel of Labels & Addresses.
In the File dialog choose the Excel file you’d like to open. A dialog will open offering you to map data from the Excel file to the fields in your Labels & Addresses document.
If you don’t have Apple Numbers, you may first export your Excel document to a text file and then import it into Labels & Addresses. Open the document in MS Excel and choose "File > Save As…". In the list of file formats choose "Tab Delimited" or "Comma-Separated" format and save your file.
In Labels & Addresses, choose "Text File" in the list of import sources in the Source panel. In the File dialog choose the text file previously exported from Excel. A dialog will open allowing you to map data from the text file to the fields in your Labels & Addresses document. Make sure you specify the delimiter correctly — if you saved your text file as tab delimited, choose "Tab" for delimiter. If you saved your file as comma-separated, choose "Comma".
You need to download and install the LightScribe Driver to use your LightScribe device with your Mac.
Download LightScribe Driver.
HP discontinued support for LightScribe in 2013. So, the latest driver is not compatible with macOS El Capitan or later. Here is a solution that can help users of El Capitan and Sierra to use their Lightscribe devices.
The above method was tested and proved to be a valid one, nevertheless BeLight Software accepts no responsibility and you are doing this at your own risk. BeLight Software makes no warranty that the above method will work on all Mac computers. BeLight Software has no affiliation with Pacifist software and takes no responsibility for its performance.