- Fixed bugs with the Menu Bar Helper that were introduced in the previous release.
- Reduced file size of the app.
- Retina graphics.
- New feature: Sidebar folders.
- Compatibility with Growl 1.3.
- Updated Rsync to 3.0.9.
- Menu Bar Helper now displays warnings.
- Users are notified about the Menu Bar Helper feature on first use.
- Reworded/rearranged user interface elements to be more clear.
- Bug fixes and performance improvements.
- Added support for OS X Lion.
- New feature: Ability to limit bandwidth per folder pair.
- New feature: Delay the time before automatic watching starts.
- New feature: Play sounds when syncs complete.
- Excluded extension are no longer case-sensitive.
- Bug fixes.
- Fixed an issue for users on 32-bit Macs.
- Fixed an issue where excluding hidden files wasn't always working.
- The guide can now be used to search the support site.
- Log warnings now controllable in preferences
Major update. Drastic improvements under the hood and more fine-tuning controls available to you. Additionally, our most-requested feature has been implemented: Menu Bar mode.
- FolderWatch can run from the menu bar. Find this option in preferences.
- Menu Bar feature: Toggle visibility of hidden files within the Finder.
- Menu Bar feature: Refresh the current Finder window.
- Rsync 3.0.8 is bundled for faster performance and lower memory consumption.
- New option to select how comparison works (by file size, modification date, etc.).
- New option to preserve Mac OS meta data (such as icon previews).
- New option to resolve Unix symbolic links.
- Exclude interface redesigned.
- New Include feature.
- New Getting Started guide.
- Revamped log interface.
- New feature: On-demand bidirectional syncing.
- Redesigned user interface.
- Replaced home-brew sync engine with rsync.
- Growl notifications.
- Added user guide.
- Search added to toolbar.
- New option to skip/filter files.
- New option to delete files in destination that do not exist in source.
- New option to overwrite files with newer modification dates.
- Watched folders can now start automatically when FolderWatch opens.
- Folders can be manually synced without being "started."
- New "Show in Finder" ability for source and destination folders.
- Added log window, which is updated after copies occur.
- Meets Mac App Store guidelines.
Mac users, are you sick of manually copying files to a dev server to see your changes? Try out FolderWatch, our new Mac OS app that should speed up your daily routine. It can monitor any folder(s) of your choosing and automatically replicate changes to a destination folder or server.
Give this app a try and let us know what you think. Please help us find any bugs!
Tip: To have your changes replicated to an FTP server, you can use Transmit and its Mount as Disk feature.