Inferiis has released an update for Alfred, bringing it to version 1.4.2. Alfred is an extension utility designed for plug-in management like that found in the Classic OS. The update features performance enhancements and bug fixes. According to Inferiis:
Inferiis has announced that Alfred 1.4.2 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.
This minor update fixes a few bugs and improves user experience:
- The comparisons between file extensions are now case insensitive
- Installation dialog now contains a checkbox which allows the user to force file copy on a per file basis
- When choosing the attributes of an existing application for an "Applicationis folder" route, it is now only possible to select applications in the file open panel
- Disabled the close box of the installation dialog. Using it was blocking the application
- Fixed some spelling and translation errors
You can find more information about the Alfred update at the Inferiis Web site. Alfred 1.4.2 is available for US$7.00.