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|Aug 30, 2002 06:37PM|
Contributed by: inferiis
Download: 751k Disk Image
A shortfall of Mac OS X has just gone. Alfred is an easy to use, customizable, universal plug-ins manager. It replaces Mac OS 9's Finder and Extensions Manager and makes your life easy when installing, removing and managing any kind of plug-ins like screen savers, preference panes, fonts… or anything else.
- Fully rewrote the engine. File recognition is much more flexible now.
- Added support for the developer domain.
- Supported domains can now be precisely set.
- Added "application's folder" route kind.
- Added a brand new rule editor.
- Installed files can now be enabled and disabled from the managers.
- Added deep exploration support when fetching installed files.
- Reports can now be generated in a new batch list.
- Added an option to automatically quit the application after processing files.
- Added the flyer window.
- Deleted files are now immediately removed from batch lists and managers.
- Updated default rules to take advantage of the new functionalities.
- Cleaned up and simplified GUI.
- Added a missing error dialog when failing to create a destination path.
- Cleaned a lot of code.
- Fixed various minor bugs.
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