Version 2.7 of ToothFairy is now available.
This is a free update that includes the following changes:
- Redesigned the application icon for macOS 11 Big Sur.
- Added new icons for AirPods Pro, Beats Studio 3, controller, headphones, Playstation, Powerbeats 2020, Siri Remote, and Xbox.
- Added AppleScript support for listing devices, getting their properties, and toggling connections.
- If the Don’t disconnect when clicking icon or pressing hotkey option is enabled for a device, you can now access that device’s menu with a regular click, rather than having to right-click or Control-click.
- The Improve sound quality by disabling audio input from device option now works better when a Bluetooth device auto-connects rather than being connected via ToothFairy. It’s also more reliable in cases where macOS reports that it has set the audio input device but actually hasn’t.
- Improved resizing the Advanced… preferences sheet.
- The Advanced… preferences sheet now has a help button that explains the options and shows sample shell scripts and AppleScripts.
- Updated the sample scripts in the Run shell script after connecting/disconnecting section of the manual.
- Worked around an issue with macOS 11 where text in the device list would be vertically clipped.
- Worked around some security changes in macOS 11 that made it impossible to save script changes.
- Fixed a bug where ToothFairy could stuck in an error reporting loop if there was an error saving the scripts.
ToothFairy 2.7 works with macOS 10.11 through 11.0 and requires a Bluetooth device. In-depth information about ToothFairy is available in the manual.