We will add new items as they come in and let you know on Twitter (@plastics_en).

I have enabled the Haste Safari Extension. However, selected text in Safari is not auto-inserted into the field of the Haste Search Window.

In that case, reload the current page in Safari and try again. In particular, please note that Safari App Extensions do not seem to work on pages you opened before the extension was enabled. Please reload them and try again.

Haste Safari Extension is not removed from Preferences/Extensions in Safari even after uninstalling Haste.

To remove the Safari Extension, delete ALL instances of "Haste.app" (or "Haste-beta.app" for beta versions) files from your computer and restart Safari. (It took us a while to figure this out!)

I am worried reading the message displayed under Haste Safari Extension in Safari Preferences/Extensions.

It is a generic message from Apple warning about the possibility of malicious usage of Safari Extension in general. Haste does not perform any of the malicious activities mentioned in the message. Please see our Privacy Policy for details.

Can I keep using my Custom Searches for the beta release in the upcoming product release?

Yes. You will be able to export your Custom Searches as .haste files, and import them into the product release.

What is the difference between the public beta release and the product release of Haste (which is scheduled to be released in the App Store)?

The product release of the application will be distributed as freemium on the App Store, and there will be a limit to the number of Custom Searches that can be enabled in the free version. You will be able to remove the limit via In-App Purchase.

The public beta will expire and become unavailable after certain date (Check [Preferences - Beta] to view the expiration date). If the current beta has expired, Get the new version on the Haste website or download the product release in the App Store.