Here are three new releases of my free utilities for macOS Sierra 10.12.
LockRattler 3.2 has been updated to show the correct version number, and has gained its own app icon at last. It should still work exactly the same as the previous release.
KeychainCheck 1.1 has also been updated to show the correct version number, and has gained its own app icon at last. It should still work exactly the same as the previous release.
Consolation 1.0b4 also gains proper version numbers, and its own icon. It has several functional improvements which should bring it closer to a final release. These improvements include:
- The app window can now be resized to change the size of the bottom text panel, into which log excerpts are placed. This allows you to enlarge the window to accommodate full lines in the log, and to view more entries at the same time. All the other controls remain fixed, though. When you quit the app, its window size and position should be remembered, and used the next time that you open it.
- Any text entered in the upper other text box is now divided into arguments when you run the command, if the other text radio button is selected. However, each space in the text entered is assumed to be a separator between arguments. If you wish to use this, use the Show command button to check that the arguments will be separated correctly, or you may get an error. (I have fixed another bug in this in 1.0b4.)
- Similarly, any text entered in the lower other text box is now divided into arguments at each space in the text. The most likely use for this is when wanting to add options such as
--debug. If you enter both of those into the text box, they will now be parsed correctly into separate arguments. Again, if in doubt, use the Show command button to check. (I have fixed another bug in this in 1.0b4.)
- The manual has been updated to reflect these improvements.
- I have added the word or to the Period section to make it clearer that you can either use the Period figure set at the left of that line, or the Start and End dates, not a mixture of both.
The latest releases are available from Downloads above.
I hope that you find these useful.
(1 April 2017: updated to KeychainCheck 1.2.)