Only a few bug fixes this time.
While only a minor release on the surface, this one contains a lot of plumbing improvements below ground, needed to squash some tenacious bugs, and to provide a smoother user experience overall.
1.7 is all about paths. In a welcome update for terminal fans, Fileside now supports tab completion for manually typed-in folder paths, and improved path handling all round.
A minor bugfix release that fixes keyboard shortcuts such as Cmd-C, Cmd-V, Cmd-Z etc in dialogs on Mac.
1.6 is out, in which Fileside becomes a more well-adjusted citizen of its surrounding operating system society, through a bunch of new features focused on improving system integration.
Some polish and minor bug fixes for the new features in 1.5. And a teeny weeny new feature.
Search has been one of the most common feature requests for Fileside since the beginning, and now it’s finally here. A simple, no-nonsense, recursive file system search, that does what you expect and leaves no stone unturned.
To accommodate this, the path box also got a major overhaul, featuring a much improved navigation experience.
Fixes drives not always showing up under This PC on Windows, as well as a potential crash bug.
Strictly a bugfix release for a potential crash when loading or starting up with a pane pointing to a missing directory.
This minor update adds markdown support to the preview, and introduces a build for Apple Silicon.