Hazel is your personal housekeeper, organizing and cleaning folders based on rules you define. Hazel can also manage your trash and uninstall your applications.
Organize your files using a familiar rule interface. Filter on the file’s name, type, date, the site or email address it came from and more. And do more than just file. You can set color labels, Spotlight keywords and comments and even archive files. Hazel also cleans, sporting options to clean out incomplete and duplicate downloads.
In addition, Hazel can manage your Trash for you, relieving you of having to empty it yourself.
All this is done automatically in the background allowing you to focus on your real work.
User interface changes:
- Fixed crash when clicking on tokens to add them to a pattern.
- Fixed sporadic crash.
- Custom date tokens no longer show text formatting options in action patterns.
- When creating new shell scripts, the default shell is taken from user defaults.
- Fixed option checkbox for the Open action being disabled sometimes.
- Plugged several memory leaks in the UI.
- Other tweaks.
- Rolled back previous change where the user's default shell was run first. Now, the default shell is specified by default in the UI but it can be changed. Shell scripts should run as they did before 3.1.
- Fixed crash when uploading a file that already exists at the destination.
- Fixed debug logging of connection activities for the worker process.
Intel, 64-bit processor
OS X 10.7 or later