Name: DMG Canvas for Mac
Release Date: 28 Jul 2016
Mac Platform: Intel
OS version:OS X 10.7 or later
Web Site: http://www.araelium.com/dmgcanvas/
DMG Canvas helps you manage the content and appearance of disk image files using helpful templates.
Choose your files, create your background image using helpful controls, and click Build. Your disk image will appear in Finder exactly as you designed it.
Disk images, delivered with style
・Simplified design. With DMG Canvas, creating backgrounds is easy. Just drop in images, add customized text, and you're done.
・Maximum compatibility. DMG Canvas creates disk images that work seamlessly on any version of OS X. Say goodbye to compatibility issues.
・Retina ready. DMG Canvas supports Retina displays on OS X 10.7 or later. Your disk images will be bold and beautiful.
・macOS Sierra-ready. DMG Canvas also supports code signing disk images, so developers can be prepared for macOS 10.12 Sierra's new changes to Gatekeeper, particular Launch Path Randomization. Apple strongly recommends using disk images to ship applications, so developers should take note!
What's New in Version 2.3.1
・Adds current command line tool path to the tool window
・Adds a note if the code signing step fails due to likely Keychain item access failure
・DMG Canvas can now code sign disk images using a Developer ID certificate, both in the GUI app and the command line tool. Code signing disk images is necessary for some applications shipped inside of disk images when mounted on macOS Sierra (10.12), to avoid randomized path relocation. See Apple's documentation for more information
・Added -setTextString option to the dmgcanvas tool for customizing background text object strings via the command line
・Improved support for guidelines and grid snapping in both the "Contents" (files) and "Background" (text objects and images) views
・Added an "Add Image" button to the toolbar in the "Background" view for another easy way to add images
・It's now possible to paste an image from the clipboard into the "Background" view
・One can now option-click and drag to duplicate a text or image object in the "Background" view
・If an error occurs when building a disk image in the GUI app, there is now a full build log (just like with the command line tool) displayed
・Added a built-in crash reporter which will send crash logs back to Araelium, just in case
・Added a helpful hint when the "Show Sidebar" option is turn on, that it's basically ignored by Finder now and is recommended to never be turned on
・Removed the Internet-Enabled option since it has been ignored by Finder for several versions now
・Added a style inspector bar in the License view for doing text styling in licenses. Please note that not all style options are supported by disk images. Click on the help button next to the text view for more information
・Fixes a rare crash when working with text objects in the background view
・Fixes some issues with registration