This version is univseral to run natively on new Macs with Apple Silicon and older Macs with Intel CPUs. Please see this post on the RapidWeaver Forum for more info about running RapidWeaver natively on the new M1 Macs.
1Universal build for running native on Apple Silicon.
3Removed use of deprecated methods in macOS Big Sur.
14Fixed image file name exporting that could produce confused caching after publishing.
15Exported image sizes no longer mismatch the HTML img tags.
16Blocks now correctly retain their selection colors after reloading from a saved document.
17Shift-clicking to change the selected blocks updates the display again.
Library items drawn correctly.
Fixed crash while dragging items from the Blocks library.
Blocks no longer gets stuck in loops exporting over and over.
Fixes compatibility with RapidWeaver 6.3.2
Fixes a bug introduced in v3.4.4 that could cause Image Text blocks always output a white background.
Fixes a bug introduced in 3.4.4 that triggered multiple auto-saves when Blocks was the homepage and RapidWeaver was in the background.
Several fixes for Mac OS X 10.7 stability.
A fix for a bug that could cause Blocks to hang in rare instances when Blocks was the homepage an RapidWeaver autosave was enabled.
A fix for a bug that could cause Blocks to export no images when RapidWeaver autosave was disabled.
A temporary workaround was added to account for changes in RapidWeaver 6.0.6 that cause images added to Image-Text blocks to be exported upside down. Note: Adding images to Image-Text blocks is not recommended. Use Image blocks instead.
Fixed Mac OS X 10.7 crasher.
Fixed a crash that can occur when viewing the library.
Fixed a bug that could cause a crash while saving files.
Improved icons for RapidWeaver 6.
Corrected appcast URL for RW6.
New Updated Sparkle is ready for GateKeeper and the Mac App Store.
Built on Mac OS X 10.9 SDK (but still only requires Mac OS X 10.7).
Supports RapidWeaver 6 migration.
New RapidWeaver 6 specific icons.
Who is YourHead
Isaiah and Christi have been running YourHead Software since the mid-90s, developing Mac apps, iOS apps, and RapidWeaver plugins.