This new version improves control behaviours in the preferences sheet. Is it ready for final release now?
What do you do when you open a document, only to find that the wrong app opens it? Here’s how to tackle that and more.
Digging into macOS Sierra and its logs to examine how Recent Items works. Useful insights into Launch Services, and potential historical info about documents opened.
It’s a System Prefs problem. No, a preferences file problem. No, it’s something else, but Apple once again won’t tell us how Recent Items works, or doesn’t.
Adds the ability to export and import libraries of custom predicates, styles, and filters to property list files, independently of preferences – a leap forward.
Filters are here: Consolation can now apply simple text filters, or regular expressions (regex) to refine your log browsing.
Make your log browsing more colourful, and as a result far easier to read.
Automatic backups will still become irregular or fail altogether, making Sierra 10.12.6 unsuitable for servers and systems requiring sustained operation.
Now adds your own output styles to custom predicates, so that you only view the log information that you want.
Design your own predicate filters, and apply them almost instantly: a significant new feature in this first test release.