[New] Undo feature now runs in the background, with an updated progress.
[New] Confirmation dialog shown when quitting to make sure it’s clear that the undo is only available while the app is open.
[New] Both the source and destination folder path controls are drag/drop enabled for choosing the folders.
[New] Minor touch ups to the UX to be both cleaner and clearer.
[Fixed] Issue where is was possible in some rare cases that the undo feature wouldn’t be able to put all the files back.
[Fixed] Issue with the items in the Ignore list not being visible.
[Fixed] Issue where in some rare cases files wouldn’t be ignored properly if there were multiple folders with the same prefix.
[Fixed] Issue where the “Ignore Bundles / Packages” feature wouldn’t always work properly.
[Fixed] Potential crash when using “name contains” in a custom rule. If this happened, please edit the rule and close it to re-save in the proper format.
[New] macOS 10.14 (Mojave) support including for the new system wide Dark Mode.
[New] Massive speed improvement when the app is sorting through the files. We’ve reworked the engine that finds and sorts through the files to be smarter and also take advantage of multicore CPUs. These changes decrease the time to finish a tidy by 500 to 1000%. Sorting through 90,000 files in folders and subfolders used to take 2 minutes & 6 seconds on a test Mac. Now it takes around 10 seconds.
[New] The in-progress window now shows the current rule that is being processed.
[New] Any errors related to moving files are no longer shown as modal alerts during the tidy. They are now available in a popover by clicking the warning icon that appears in the finished window.
[New] Undoing a tidy is now substantially faster.
[Fixed] Issue where it was possible for the app to run out of memory when sorting through TBs of files.
[New] 400% speed improvement when analyzing and sorting folders with a large number of files. Ex: In a test, 6000 files took 71 seconds, now it takes 18 seconds.
[New] Overall improvements with the reliability of determining file types and moving them to the correct sub folders.
[New] Option to skip traversing inside bundles (ex: frameworks) when enumerating a folder.
[New] Changed folder name Music -> Audio & Music.
[Fixed] Issue where some developer files (ex: storyboards, xcworkspace, etc) would be incorrectly moved to Documents.
[Fixed] Issue where some iWork files would be incorrectly moved to Archives or Documents.
[Fixed] Issue where some audio files would be incorrectly moved to Movies.
[Fixed] Issue where folders could get moved first before the contents were sorted properly.
[Fixed] Issue where the number of of tidied files could be incorrect, depending on the timing.
[Fixed] Issue where the number of tidied files wouldn’t get reset if a new tidy was chosen.
[Fixed] Issue where if an error was displayed during a tidy, that particular rule would not finish.
[Fixed] Issue where if an error dialog was displayed during a tidy it would be behind the progress window.
[Updated] The UI/UX of the app – almost everything has been improved!
[New] Progress window shows the current number of files tidied.
[New] Finished window shows the total number of files tidied and the total time it took.
[New] Finished window has a button for starting a new tidy without having to re-launch the app.
[New] The state of the details disclosure triangle is now persisted across app launches.
[New] About window now shows the email and license key for easy access.
[Fixed] Issue where if the app couldn’t access the last chosen folders, it would try anyways and show an error dialog about not having access. Now it displays a warning and will not allow a tidy until a new folder is chosen.
[Fixed] Issue where the app would become unresponsive when running a tidy.
[Fixed] Issue where the progress window could become hidden.
Improved compatibility with El Capitan (10.11).
[New] Added a help button to open the Folder Tidy tutorial.
[Fixed] Improved memory use.
[Fixed] Other minor improvements under the hood.
[New] Added ability to search Finder Tags in custom rules.
[New} Added “is not” option for file names.
[New} Rules can now be reordered.
[New] All created subfolders are cleaned up when undoing a tidy.
[Updated] Minor UI refresh.
[NEW] Refreshed UI including Retina support.
[NEW] Default vCard tidy rule.
[NEW] Default Fonts tidy rule.
[NEW] File extension predicate is now available.
[FIXED] Rare crash when tidying files.
– Tidying works on folders where there is no Spotlight information, or it is set to be ignored.
– Added an “is not” option for type rule. This can be used to ignore folders and only work on files.
– Added “Turn All On” and “Turn All Off” buttons for the rules.
– Added the ability to double click your rules to start editing them.
– Fixed issue where “name contains” wouldn’t always work properly.
– Misc improvements to the rules engine.
Resolved rare issue where it was possible that the app could crash.
– Resolved issue with Lion sandbox compatibility.
– Faster tidies.
Important: This update does not work on 10.7, so please wait for the next one if you need this.
– Resolved issue with Pages documents not going into Word Processing.
– Resolved potential issue with CSS files going into Documents.
– Xcode plists and strings now go into Source Code.
– For clarity, renamed the “Text” rule to “Word Processing”.
– Sandbox compatible.
File extensions are preserved for duplicate files.
[FIXED] Issue when using the same source and destination folder (ex: Desktop) without the current time/date subfolder.
[FIXED] Issue where it was possible to end up with empty folders with nothing tidied.
[FIXED] Destination type folders will only be created if there are files to move into it.
[FIXED] Potential hang when tidying.
[FIXED] Issues when files with the same names already existed in the tidied folder.
[FIXED] Issue with tidying files inside subfolders.
[FIXED] Archives (ex: zip, rar) go into a separate folder instead of Documents.
[FIXED] Xcode projects go into the Source Code folder.
[FIXED] Issue when undoing the tidy where folders have been copied.
[FIXED] Issue where if the destination folder was removed it wouldn’t be re-created.
[FIXED] Improved speed.
[FIXED] Improved Movies rule to include ASF files.
[FIXED] Improved Documents rule to be smarter about what it includes.
[FIXED] Improved Source Code rule to include Interface Builder files.
[FIXED] Resolved issue where removing a custom rule wouldn’t work properly.
[NEW] Added a Web Locations rule.
[NEW] Added a Text Clippings rule.
[FIXED] Files that have slashes in the name now get tidied up properly.
[FIXED] Tidies are now much faster.
[NEW] Added support for .docx and .xlsx files.
[NEW] Added Disk Images rule.
[NEW] The destination folder is now saved and restored based on the folder selected to tidy.
[FIXED] Resolved issue on some computers where Folder Tidy wouldn’t show the main window properly.
[NEW] Added ability to select which folder to tidy.
[NEW] Added ability to use custom rules.
[NEW] Added more preset tidy rules for PDF, Spreadsheet, Presentation and Text.
[NEW] Clean and simple initial window with all the preferences in a separate window.
[NEW] A new name for the app!
[NEW] Added option to toggle hiding the currently running applications when performing a desktop cleanup.
[NEW] Added option to toggle showing the cleaned up folder when it’s finished.
[FIXED] Only create the subfolders if there is at least one item to go into it.
[FIXED] Refined the UI area for choosing where the cleaned up folder goes.
Added support for 32 bit Macs.
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