The following was posted on the EagleFiler blog:
EagleFiler 1.5.1 is now available. This is a free update that includes the following enhancements:
- EagleFiler no longer tries to import cache folders created by beta versions of Dropbox.
- Fixed a bug where tag winnowing didn’t work properly with no folder selected.
- The progress text field below the source list now has a tooltip so that you can read it when the text is truncated.
- Fixed a bug where uncommitted changes to the Info
window’s tags field weren’t saved when switching to another application, if multiple records were selected. - Fixed a bug where changing the tags sometimes didn’t take effect if you were concurrently editing in a tags field.
- Fixed a bug where tag changes in the Info
window didn’t take effect if you closed the inspector before doing anything else. - Fixed a bug where tag auto-completion in the Info
window didn’t work when multiple records were selected. - Fixed a bug that could prevent renaming to a long filename containing a period.
- Added a warning log message if the CTLoader haxie is installed, as it can cause imports to freeze.
- Fixed a bug where EagleFiler would always show the introductory help if you had created exclusively encrypted libraries and none were accessible when launching the application.
- Fixed a bug where an AppleScript would hang if you asked it to show the options dialog and then clicked the Cancel
button. - Fixed a regression where the Batch Change… window sometimes didn’t set the tags properly.
- Worked around changes in Together so that it’s once again possible for EagleFiler to import tags and notes via the capture key.
- EagleFiler now skips importing InDesign lock files (.idlk), so it no longer complains about them being missing when InDesign releases the lock.
- Fixed a bug where invalid Spotlight URL metadata from SiteSucker could prevent EagleFiler from importing a file.