ChronoSync 4.6.6 [TNT]
Compatible with the latest versions of ChronoAgent (1.6.0) and InterConneX (1.2.1).
Improved SmartScan performance when connected to a ChronoAgent.
More efficient "Optimal host routing" logic.
Enhanced recovery from broken/bad network connections (when connected to ChronoAgent).
More optimal WAN settings are used when connected to a ChronoAgent over the internet.
Better handling of file systems that are dynamically changing while being scanned.
Better compatibility with local iCloud Drive storage.
The background scheduler now deals with system sleep cycles much better.
More efficient Analysis Report generation.
Post sync dismounting or ejection now only occurs if the sync runs through to completion.
Now tries harder to preserve sync state history after changing connection profiles.
More efficient display of entries in the Trial Sync Selector window.
Displays the correct remote machine icon when connected to ChronoAgent v1.6.0 or later.
Automatic exclusions at root level of volumes were not working.
More accurate updating of readiness messages when a target connection state changes and/or failures.
Any backup that targeted the root level of the boot volume would not reconstruct alias files that get copied.
Closing a sync document window within 1-2 seconds of sync completion could potentially cause a crash.
Archive deletion and restore operations did not have their initial log entries bookmarked.
User/group mapping on a ChronoAgent connection could be temporarily disabled when encountering large folders and updating the the Sync Document UI at the same time.
The "Saving..." progress indicator at sync completion was not visible on OS X 10.10 Yosemite and OS X 10.11 El Capitan systems.
In rare instances, closing a sync document window while actively editing text in a field could have caused a crash.
A flaw in the networking logic could have terminated active connections erroneously.
The Document Organizer was erroneously displaying duplicate entries after performing duplication and rename operations in a certain sequence.
The Sync Log window could not be opened in the midst of performing a Restore, Delete, or Archive Restore operation.
Eliminated some long stalls that could occur when a large number of files were selected on the Analyze Panel and those files changed state in the file system.
If opening a bootable backup document that could not connect to either target, it was possible the document would spontaneously change to a ‘regular’ (non-bootable) backup.
A layout problem with the readiness popover window could clip its content.
ChronoSync easily synchronizes or backs-up files and folders in a variety of ways.
Synchronize files between folders, hard drives, removable media, laptops, file servers, or any computer, not just a Mac. Features include:
Fully customizable toolbar:
All synchronization settings are stored in separate, self-contained, double-click- able documents that can be run or modified at any time.
Synchronize files in any direction or bi-directionally.
Establish simple, intermediate, or advanced rules to include or exclude files by name, size, date, extension, plus other more advanced options.
Compare files before and after synchronizations to see the status of every file.
Run trial synchronizations to check results before committing.
And much more....
More info: http://www.econtechnologies.com/pages/cs/chrono_overview.html