Inferiis has released an update for Alfred, bringing it to version 1.3. Alfred is an extension utility designed for plug-in management like that found in the Classic OS. The update features several enhancements including interface improvements and a rebuilt menu module. According to Inferiis:
Inferiis has announced that Alfred 1.3 has just been released.
A shortfall of Mac OS X has just gone. Alfred is an easy to use, customizable, universal plug-ins manager. Inspired from Mac OS 9is Finder and Extensions Manager, taking care of Mac OS X specificities, it improves user experience to install, remove and manage any kind of plug-ins like screen savers, preference panes, fonts... or anything else.
Version 1.3 - December 18th 2002:
- Added an all-in-one interface by integrating an optional, contextual manager in the rules window
- Added administrator authentication support to gain rights to move/trash any file on the disk
- Added a option to protect the system domain against modifications
- Added a reminder explaining the system domain protection
- Rebuilt application and contextual menu module using Dec 2002 developer tools
- Added the Preferences built-in rule
- When Always copy when installing setting is set, reinstalling from a batch list a file which is already installed does not copy the file anymore
- Fixed deep walk disk exploration, only at most one file could be discovered per subdirectory
- Position and size of the rules window were not saved if it was open when quitting the application
- Cleaned some code
You can find more information about the Alfred update at the Inferiis Web site. Alfred 1.3 is available for US$7.00.