C-Command has released an update for DropDMG, bringing it to version 1.6. DropDMG is a utility designed for creating .dmg and .img disk iimages. The update features performance enhancments including an auto-open image option and bug fixes. According to C-Command:
DropDMG 1.6 is now available.
DropDMG is the easiest way to create ".dmg" and ".img" disk images on Mac OS X.
Create a compressed image by dragging and dropping. DropDMG supports the zlib, ADC, and NDIF compressed formats; as well as read-only and read-write images. It can encrypt images and post-process them with GZip or MacBinary. It also supports segmented images and images that auto-open when you mount them.
New in this Version:
- Option to make images auto-open
- The status window has a contextual menu for quickly changing common preferences
- You can optionally set the names of the image file and volume, instead of having them based on the name of the folder
- Documentation is now included in Apple Help (HTML) format as well as PDF
- Contains a menu command for clearing the log
- No longer fails when copying files for which the user only has read privileges
- The radio buttons for selecting where the image will be saved are no longer linked to the image destination text field
You can find more information about the DropDMG update at the C-Command Web site. DropDMG is available for US$5.00.