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What is new in this release:
Custom user-created Terminal shell commands.
Numerous under the hood improvements to allow us to add/remove features more easily.
Reorganized some features in the Apps/System panel.
What is new in version 8.1:
Now code-signed again. You should no longer be receiving any GateKeeper errors.
What is new in version 8.0.6:
Minor bug fixes.
What is new in version 8.0.5:
New Feature: View status of volume's Composite property.
New Feature: View status of volume's Encrypted property.
New Feature: View status of volume's Low Level Format Support property.
New Feature: View status of volume's Core Storage property.
New Feature: View status of volume's OS 9 Drivers property.
New Feature: View status of volume's Remote Volume property.
New Feature: View status of volume's Leaf property.
New Feature: View status of volume's Catalog Search property.
New Feature: View status of volume's Virtual property.
New Feature: View status of volume's Removable property.
New Feature: Added Used Disk Space indicator under the Disk tools.
Modification: Improved UI in Disk tools.
Bug Fix: Removed verify & repair disk permissions feature as this is no longer available or required in Mac OS X 10.11 and higher.
Bug Fix: Resolved issue retrieving some volume information.
Bug Fix: Resolved issue with duplicate volume information appearing in Other.
What is new in version 8.0:
Removed ability to disable Spotlight as this is no longer permitted with El Capitan's "rootless" feature. Ditto for a couple Spotlight features.
Updated Power config to support App Nap setting on El Capitan.
Moved some apps out of the Other tab to the main sidebar.
Removed Preview.app feature for AppleScript support toggling plus remembering open windows. These have been removed/enforced in El Capitan and can no longer be set. Moved Preview features into the Other tab.
Removed Debug menu feature for Remote Desktop and Photo Booth as they're no longer available in the latest versions.
Removed Disk Utility.app features as they are no longer supported in the new Disk Utility.app.
Removed ability to set the login window picture as this is now automatically set by LoginWindow to be a faded-out version of your current desktop image from the last logged in user. We cannot change this behavior.
Numerous other small bug fixes and tweaks for El Capitan.
What is new in version 7.0.9:
- Fixed crash on creating a new movie item.
- Fixed databases attempting to auto-save items when the actual database hasn't been saved itself yet.
- Camera imagery in the Inventory Manager now draws the correct size on Retina displays.
What is new in version 7.0.8:
Minor bug fixes.
What is new in version 7.0.7:
Fixed ability to install Archives prefsPane on Yosemite.
What is new in version 7.0.6:
Fixed crash on view the Network prefs for some users.
What is new in version 7.0.4:
- Fixed crash when a selected disk is ejected when viewing the Spotlight details and the rebuild index button is clicked.
- Spotlight settings for disks now load automatically.
What is new in version 7.0.3:
- Set event default duration in Calendar.app.
- Turn on a "Heat map" in Year view mode in Calendar.app.
- Added ability to right-click checkboxes and choose Disable when the checkbox state is indeterminate.