Previews have landed, taking the usefulness of Fileside to hithertho unknown levels with version 1.2. Other additions include built-in support for compressing and extracting zip files, as well as a new file type column.
Whenever you release new features, there’s usually a few Gremlins hiding within them who don’t reveal themselves fully until after release. Fileside 1.1 was no exception. This bugfix release takes care of them.
The 1.1.0 release is mostly about applying some well-needed oil to the internal gears by upgrading a lot of under-the-hood components, but some new features and improvements managed to get snuck in as well.
A slightly bigger, but still minor, release this time, tidying up a few messy corners that needed attention before moving forward.
Another ultra-boring minor release with some under-the-hood fixes for license handling and auto updates.
This release is only for fixing one single bug, but it was a big bad one. Selections were not telling the truth with the Hidden files setting switched to Hide.
The 1.0 release candidate is finally ready. If no major bugs are found, this is the version that will be used for Fileside’s public launch.
Faster transfers and fixed handling of bad filenames.
This is intended to be the last build before 1.0, picking up a few of the remaining little issues and annoyances.
Fixes for symlink-related crash bugs and improvements to sorting and the context menu are the order of the day.