Old Jewel Software has released an update for My Favorite Things, bringing it to version 1.5. My Favorite Things is a utility designed for tracking a users work habits. The update features file and window enhancements. According to Old Jewel Software:
Old Jewel Software announced today the first major update of My Favorite Things, its self-configuring launch utility, bringing it to version 1.5.
My Favorite Things is a launch utility that tracks what you do with your Mac and makes it easier to do it the next time. My Favorite Things keeps a running tally of every time you launch an application and every time you open a file or folder using its menu.
Version 1.5, the first major update since version 1.0, adds one very often-requested feature and a few other minor features for users who have Mac OS X 10.3.
For users of Mac OS X 10.3 and later:
- The contents menu for folders now shows all contents of that folder directly, rather than requiring the user to click to get a new menu
- Files for running applications now show their state, and offer their application submenu, even within a folderis contents menu
- Added windows menus for running applications. Get a list of all open windows in any application thats currently running
- Added tracking of windows in running applications
- One or two minor interface tweaks
For users of Mac OS X 10.2 or later:
- All dialogs now remember their size and position across launches
You can find more information about the My Favorite Things update at the Old Jewel Software Web site. The My Favorite Things update is free for registered users, while the full version is available for US$17.85.