The following was posted on the ToothFairy blog:
Version 2.4.9 of ToothFairy is now available. ToothFairy is a Mac menu bar utility that lets you connect AirPods to your Mac with a single click or keypress. It also works with other Bluetooth headphones and with input devices such as mice, keyboards, and game pad controllers. You can see at a glance which devices are connected, as well as their battery levels. ToothFairy can also make music and videos sound better by using a higher quality codec for audio output.
This is a free update that includes the following changes:
- ToothFairy no longer shows an error window when you try to connect to a device that’s already connected.
- ToothFairy now automatically retries connecting via Bluetooth to make it more likely that it will succeed without user intervention.
- Improved the Why isn’t my device connecting? section of the manual.
- Added the Why don’t I see the battery level? section of the manual.
- Added accessibility labels for the device icon menu and menu bar status icon.
- ToothFairy is more judicious about changing the audio input device, to avoid excessive Micro Snitch notifications.
- Fixed a bug where some script text could be displayed with the wrong color in Dark Mode.
ToothFairy 2.4.9 works with macOS 10.11 through 10.14 and requires a Bluetooth device. For information about previous releases of ToothFairy, please see the version history.