Simple tools to preserve versions in documents, whether copied to an external drive, NAS, cloud storage including iCloud and Dropbox, even sent by email.
Support for deep copying of documents, and a tool to preserve versions across iCloud Drive enable you to rely on versions in your work.
macOS versioning is sophisticated and valuable, but let down by flaws in implementation. Can we fix some of its problems?
Single app now explores versions, lets you preview and manage them – all in one.
An important section of a document that you’re working has gone missing. Do you search back through backups, or use the versioning system to recover and replace it?
Check earlier versions by previewing them using Quick Look. This also fixes the bug which gave incorrect sizes for bundle documents such as RTFD.
As I was revising and revamping my Keynote presentation, my free disk space was falling in from of my eyes. Each time I saved my work, macOS swallowed another gigabyte of free space.
Simply select those versions you want to remove, and click the Delete button. You can’t remove the latest version, and there is no Undo, though.
Does Time Machine manage the versions database? Doesn’t it contain lots of sensitive and private documents? How can I open a confidential PDF without it getting saved as a version?
Can now duplicate all the versions of a file into a normal folder; works with RTFD and other bundles; new tabular view and detailed info about versions.