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BeerSmith:
With BeerSmith 2.1 you can now share your recipes across machines or with the world.  Also we have a growing searchable database of thousands of BeerSmith recipes you can download for free.

   http://BeerSmithRecipes.com

Anyone can set up a basic account for free.  To learn how to use it with BeerSmith, visit http://BeerSmithRecipes.com/help

Cheers,
Brad

sasabs:
How do I download a recipe from the cloud on my MAC. The instructional video shows a window appearing when DOWNLOAD is clicked. I don't get this. I just open up a txt file in Text Edit. This will not import into BS 2???

BeerSmith:
Hi,
  On the Mac it will go in your downloads directory by default.  Unfortunately on the Mac it often adds an extra TXT extension to the file such as "stout.bsmx.txt" -- If you take the extra ".txt" off it and change it to simply a ".bsmx" file as in "stout.bsmx" you can then open it in BeerSmith 2.

  Of course the easier way is to just make a private copy of it to your cloud folder and then open your View->Cloud folder in BeerSmith and it will be there for you.

Brad

sasabs:
Thank you for your quick response. I have not been able to remove the .txt. I do a file name edit and remove the .txt. It comes right back. Any ideas?

BeerSmith:
Odd,
  On my Mac (using Lion) if I open the Downloads directory and rename the file it asks me if I want to keep the .txt or change it.  As long as I tell it to change it it will allow me to rename it to name.bsmx and then I can open it in BeerSmith.

  Which OSX version are you using?

Brad

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