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New Update: Lots of Keynote Themes, Maps, Frames, and Bullets!

May 31, 2013
After what seemed like ages, the latest update of Toolbox for Keynote has finally been approved and everyone can now download the new version from the Mac App Store. If you had any problems with using the Toolbox on OS X 10.7, this update sorts them out. And if you happen to need a map of any country in the world, you’ll be happy too as the Infographics pack now includes them all, from Canada to Madagascar.

In addition to nearly 200 new maps, the update gives you 10 fresh Keynote themes and tens of frame and bullet styles for your unique slideshows. In total, the app currently contains a seriously huge heap of designs: 40 Keynote themes, 43 business slides, 9 chart themes, 8 themes of data visualization, 203 maps, 230 flags, 516 clipart images, 5 character styles, 280 bullets, 177 frames, 243 patterns, 722 doodles, 50 badges, 6 ribbons, and 101 icons in three colors: red, blue, and green. You can buy these by piece, by category, or by set, and one item in each category is available free of charge.

Once you have bought an item, you can open it in Keynote with just one click and edit them without difficulty. If you have any questions on how to do that, take a look at the Help file or consult our untiring support team at support@jumsoft.com.

For more info or the free download, visit the Mac App Store.
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June 09, 2013 at 8:08 pm

Since I cannot comment on the “DATA LOSS ISSUE IN MONEY FOR IOS” post any more, I’ll post this here. I’m glad I did not abandon Moneydance for Jumsoft Money. Your app, it seems, just keeps getting worse. I sincerely hope you are working on Money 5 and intend to give it away to current users for free with all the problems that Money 4 had and still has.
From Comments:
“Dropbox sync: Write a file. Read a file. It’s not that hard, it’s how Dropbox is built. It can’t be harder than the unusable WiFi synching.

February 03, 2013 at 2:32 pm
It’s not that easy. It’s not like our file is a simple text file, it’s actually a database, this is why the traditional approach wouldn’t work.”

1Password has a complex database that syncs fine through Dropbox. In fact, it’s one of the best apps I’ve ever used. Period. Maybe you should hire better programmers if you can’t figure out how to do it?

I hope you get your act together soon otherwise you’ll be canceling Money just like you canceled Process and Relationship.

Rustė (Jumsoft):

June 10, 2013 at 12:52 pm


It could be quite a long discussion with many technical terms involved but, in a nutshell, you are either overestimating the complexity of 1Password’s databases or underestimating that of Money’s. In Money, all data is linked together in a series of relationships, where a single adjustment changes a vast number of values. This is just not the case in 1Password or in other apps that use Dropbox for syncing.


June 27, 2013 at 5:17 am

I recently purchased the entire toolbox in the app store. Upon returning to the app a couple days later I am no longer able to access the majority of the content. The majority of the content is now only accessible if I purchase again, per item.

This seems like a great app and the price was a bargain, but I’m not at all happy with the timing of this issue. Much like I was unhappy with the timing of the bug that didn’t allow the app to open in OS X 10.7 (that is now fixed, but left me high and dry for days).

I’ve tried redownloading purchased items from the help menu as well as restoring purchases from the file drop-down. Simply not working.

Not real happy.

Rustė (Jumsoft):

June 28, 2013 at 9:48 am


Could you try the following steps?

1. Quit the Toolbox for Keynote app.
2. Open Finder. Open the User’s Library by holding down the Shift + Cmd + G keys and entering “~/Library” when the address window pops out.
3. Go to /Library/Containers and delete the following folder: com.jumsoft.ToolboxforKeynote.
4. Relaunch the Toolbox for Keynote app.
5. See if clicking File > Restore Purchases is working.