The following was posted on the EagleFiler blog:
EagleFiler 1.4.1 is now available. This is a free update that includes the following enhancements:
- The Tag Cloud
window now supports tagging/untagging multiple records at once. - You can now setup a stationery file’s Spotlight comments so that new records created from that stationery have certain tags and/or notes.
- EagleFiler now supports metadata AppleScripts to customize what happens when you create a new record from stationery. For example, for a journal entry a script could set the From to the name of the current user and set the filename based on the current date. This is described in the New Record ‣ Open Stationery Folder section of the manual.
- The Quick Look window now works more like in the Finder. Instead of multiple windows, there’s now a single window whose content changes depending on what’s selected.
- Added some toolbar shortcuts: Option-click the New RTF
button to create a new plain text file, and Option-click theTags button to open the Tag Cloud window. - EagleFiler can now display Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) images.
- EagleFiler now displays XHTML files as rendered HTML rather than as XML source.
- Faster tag searching in Anywhere searches.
- EagleFiler now understands .url files.
- Made some AppleScript improvements: creation and modification dates are now settable, the import command now has an option for importing a named stationery file, you can update record checksums, and you can set the contents of the search field. An example script shows how to initiate an EagleFiler search from LaunchBar.
- When you click to edit in the File
column, EagleFiler no longer selects the file extension. (Previously, this only worked when pressing Enter.) - When importing a selection of text via the Services
menu, EagleFiler now stores the source URL if the text was in a WebKit-based view (requires Mac OS X 10.5). Due to a bug in MacOS X 10.4, dragging and dropping text onto EagleFiler’s Dock icon now requires Mac OS X 10.5. - For consistency with the Finder, the Label
column of the records list now shows “–” instead of “None” and sorts by name instead of number. - Now uses “&” as the default prefix when copying tags to the Spotlight comments.
- Improved reporting of unexpected errors.
- Undo now works when the Tag Cloud
window is in the front. - Changed the zooming keyboard shortcuts so as not to conflict with the ones for Universal Access. (You can still use Command– and Command-+.)
- Fixed spacing of Set Title
in contextual menu. - Added Help
button to the Software Update window. - Removed extra space in contextual menu.
- Fixed a bug trying to open the Find
panel when EagleFiler was displaying an image. - Fixed a bug where some toolbar icons didn’t load if you weren’t running under an administrator account.
- Fixed a bug where the Find
panel didn’t always pick up the query from the search field. - Fixed a regression where messages in mailboxes could not be opened in Apple Mail when running on Mac OS X 10.4.
- Fixed a regression where Spotlight comments on files weren’t preserved when importing, if you had Copy tags to Spotlight comments unchecked.