What are the differences between the version of Clarify available from your website and the Mac App Store version?
We try to keep the version of Clarify that is available from our website and the version of Clarify that we distribute through the Mac App Store as similar as possible. Sometimes the Mac App Store version will be slightly behind as each update we post has to go through the Apple approval process. How long the approval process will take is unknown but we generally submit the update to the Mac App Store around the time when we upload new installers to our website.
There are some differences between the two versions due to sandboxing restrictions that Apple enforces on applications sold through the Mac App Store. These differences are listed below.
When exporting a Clarify document to HTML you can specify the name of the HTML file that is being exported. All files associated with the template you choose will be place alongside the HTML file.
When exporting a Clarify document to HTML you can select the folder to export the HTML files to. You cannot specify the name of the HTML file. This is necessary as OS X will only allow an application to modify contents in a user folder if the user explicitly selects the folder from a folder selection window.