The following was posted on the EagleFiler blog:
EagleFiler 1.5.8 is now available. This is a free update that includes the following enhancements:
- EagleFiler can now import rich text copied or dragged from Firefox and Google Chrome.
- Made various optimizations to improve the responsiveness of the user interface, particularly when resizing the main browser window.
- Searches by Filename
, Title, From, and To/Cc, as well as matching in smart folders, are now diacritic-insensitive. For example, you can now search for resume and find résumé. (Anywhere and Notes searches have always been diacritic-insensitive.) - Added the Copy Filename, Copy File Path, and Copy File URL AppleScripts.
- Added support for Growl notifications via GNTP (requires Mac OS X 10.7 or later).
- When printing an image, EagleFiler will now center it and scale it down, as necessary, to fit the paper.
- The Import From Apple Mail script now works in Full Screen mode on Mac OS X 10.7 Lion.
- EagleFiler now skips importing temporary files for Microsoft Excel and invisible files from IntegrityChecker.
- Tried to work around a bug in Mac OS X 10.6 that could cause EagleFiler to open multiple copies of the same library.
- The update checksum script command is now synchronous, and it gains an optional for parameter that takes a list of records. This is much faster for bulk operations.
- When rebuilding a library, EagleFiler now restores all the tags, not just the ones that were in use.
- EagleFiler is better at checking fallback locations when reading OpenMeta tags.
- EagleFiler is better at handling errors when setting OpenMeta tags.
- Fixed a bug where EagleFiler could crash after a token field malfunction.
- Fixed a bug importing the selected Web text from newer versions of Safari Reader.
- Fixed a bug displaying e-mail messages when the Source URL
column was shown. - Fixed a bug where the color of newly created tags could be set to white instead of black.
- Fixed a bug where the wrong tag could be applied if you clicked a checkbox in the Tags
inspector while renaming a tag. - Fixed a bug that could lead to a tag temporarily not showing in the source list after changing its position in the hierarchy.
- EagleFiler’s reporting of unexpected errors is now more detailed and more robust.
- The Importing Mail From Outlook section of the manual now explains how to use a smart folder to capture mail from multiple Outlook folders at once.
- The manual now specifically recommends telling iWork applications to include previews with their documents.
- The direct build of EagleFiler is now code-signed, too.
- Cache folders for EagleFiler’s helper tools now have a reverse domain name prefix.
- The preferences for the Apple Mail capture script are now stored in the main EagleFiler preferences file.
- Launched applications no longer inherit EagleFiler’s Python environment variables, which could cause problems if they also used Python.
For information about previous releases of EagleFiler, please see the version history.