Although encrypted records would be great, I’m beginning to recognize the power of using the secure images to store entire libraries in an encrypted manner. However, that said, it is a bit of a pain in the butt to mount and navigate to the eflibrary to open the library. I was going to ask for some sort of shortcut to quickly access the secure images, but realized that two very simple AppleScripts would do the trick.
To open the file (change the image name):
tell application "Finder" do shell script "hdiutil attach /Users/me/Secure.sparsebundle" end tell tell application "EagleFiler" open "/Volumes/Secure/Secure.eflibrary" end tell
And to close the file (again, change the name):
tell application "EagleFiler" close front window end tell tell application "Finder" do shell script "hdiutil detach /Volumes/Secure" end tell
Hopefully someone else knows a more robust way to grab the proper window instead of just assuming that the front one is the right one.