Oct 28, 2008: Caboodle 1.2 makes encrypted entries more comfortable
The new version Caboodle 1.2 again brings some bugfixes and enhancements which make using Caboodle even more comfortable.
Caboodle - New in 1.2 :
(2008-10-13, R 1015)
- Added a View button to the decryption sheet. If clicked, the entry is temporarily decrypted and displayed read-only until you quit, but remains encrypted on disk, so the next time you use Caboodle it will still be encrypted. To edit the entry or keep it decrypted, click the Decrypt button instead.
- Added a checkbox to the encryption and decryption sheets to enable saving the entered password in the keychain. The state of the checkbox is remembered automatically.
- Added a new Security preference page, where you can specify a default password to use for encrypting and decrypting entries, and options of whether to use that, the keychain, the previously-entered password, or nothing when encrypting and decrypting. The default password is stored in the keychain, for security.
- When displaying the encryption sheet, if there is a password for this entry in the keychain (i.e. it had previously been encrypted and the password saved), it is defaulted into the password fields. Otherwise if you've previously entered a password or any entry, it is offered instead. Otherwise if there is a default password specified in the preferences, it is suggested. The source of the password is indicated below the fields. These are all dependent on the preferences. You can of course replace the suggestion with a new password, if desired.
- Similarly when decrypting, it will pre-populate with the keychain, last-entered, or default password, if available and valid. It only offers the password if it is correct, so you can just click the View or Decrypt buttons without typing anything.
- Using the
Services > Caboodle > Add Entry with Selection command, or dropping text on Caboodle's Dock icon, will now set the Subject to the first few words of the first line of text. Also improved the entry creation decision: if the selected entry has child entries when using these functions, the new entry will be a child of that one, otherwise it will be a sibling.
- Now correctly indexes new text, instead of requiring a re-launch before it is available for searches.
- Fixed a crasher when adding a new entry if displaying the search results.
- Fixed a crasher when using the New Sibling button with no selection.
- Fixed an issue with the Preferences window, where edits might not be saved when quitting with the window still open (specifically when an edit is still active).
- Fixed a cosmetic bug with the
Check for Updates feature when using a general release and wanting only general releases, and a beta release is available.
- Updated the built-in Kagi purchasing tool to the latest version, which fixes some issues with Leopard.
- Updated the French and German localizations.
- Caboodle now requires macOS 10.4 (Tiger) or later.
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