Codebook for macOS 3.3.3 Released


This update is a bit of a one note song:

  • Includes mitigation for preference persistence bug on High Sierra 10.13.1 :owl:

As some customers have noted, there has been an occasional problem with Codebook for macOS where sometimes it would seem to “forget” the Preferences you had changed, reverting to factory defaults. In High Sierra 10.13.1 this problem was exacerbated by an OS-level bug that is to be fixed in High Sierra version 10.13.2. In the above version we have worked around Codebook’s own shortcoming to ensure that your Preferences are correctly loaded at startup assuming the OS cooperates. It cuts down on instances of the problem on 10.13.1 and it appears to be completely fixed on the 10.13.2 betas (as always, let us know if not!)

Download: Mac App Store

If you purchased Codebook (or STRIP) in the Mac App Store:

  1. Visit this link on your Mac
  2. Click the “View in the Mac App Store” button
  3. It will launch the App Store app and display the Codebook page
  4. Click the Install or Update button below the Codebook icon
  5. When installation completes click the Open button, or launch Codebook from Applications or Spotlight

Download: Direct from Zetetic

If you purchased Codebook directly from Zetetic (outside the Mac App Store):

  1. Download the update
  2. If Codebook is still running, quit the app
  3. Unzip the file, drag Codebook to your Mac’s Applications folder
  4. If prompted whether to replace the existing version, choose Replace
  5. Launch Codebook from Applications or Spotlight


If you are having trouble updating or have any questions please get in touch with us at, or create a new topic post here on Discuss.

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