Think of bins as music playlists. You have all of your music, and then you organize into themes. In the case of ADR ToolBox, you have your Master Cues bin which contains all of your cues. You can then create a bin and drag in your cues from your Master Cues bin, so you can organize your cues according to categories, like a version of picture, an actor, group, etc.
The 1.97 version runs on OSX 10.5 and above. In more contemporary OSes like 10.10 and 10.11, a few users have reported irregularities such as sluggish responsiveness. To address this and other issues I created the 1.97 Beta. I have replaced older code and made the application 64 bit compatible. The changes I have made will allow the application to be supported for many more years. Consequently, the application will not run on OSX 10.8 or below. Normally, I would increment the version number, but many users want to share documents with users who are running on older OSes. If you are on OSX 10.9 and higher, use the Beta. Any changes to ADR Toolbox will happen to this build.
Before you can capture, you must make sure that your application is included in the list of allowed accessible applications. To do this, go to your System Preferences' Security & Privacy Button on the right side of the Preferences' window. Select the Privacy Tab and then select Accessibility. You'll need admin privileges to unlock the padlock on the lower left. Once you do that, add ADR ToolBox to the list on the right. Restart ADR ToolBox if it is open. This site is a great visual explanation.
When you cue, you must specify the cue's version before you can capture any time information. Go to the version pull down menu for the cue in question and select a version. If one doesn't exist, just type in a version name that describes your current cut. At this point you can press Command-1, -2, or -3 to get the in, out, or both respectively.
Unlike other database programs like FileMaker, you do need to save your ADR ToolBox document when you have made changes. That being said, should you lose a document or make some catastrophic mistake, ADR ToolBox has a backups folder which is accessible at the bottom of the Advanced section of the application's preferences. The backup folder has snapshots of your sessions that are time stamped.
If you have any pressing issues, you can find my contact number in the application's "About ADR ToolBox" or you can email me at patrickcusack (at) mac (dot) com.
Yes. You can find it in the downloads section or at this link