- Name: Hazel 3.3.3
- Total Size: 10.62 MB
- Created on: Mon Jan 19 01:23:13 2015
- Tracker: http://184.108.40.206:2710/announce
Version: 3.3.3 (1227)
Mac Platform: Intel
OS version: OS X 10.8 or later
Processor type(s) & speed: 64-bit processor
Yosemite Compatible Patcher
Courtesy of Special [K]
This version should allow you to use more than 3 rules, for those of you having trouble
Patch ~/Library/PreferencePanes/Hazel.prefPane with the included patcher.
User interface changes:
Fixed error/crash when editing rules with a custom attribute on the left hand side of a condition.
Fixed script input attributes that are Spotlight attributes not being saved properly.
Fixed incorrectly showing the options button for certain actions.
Help button in the script input/output attribute editor window now works.
Fixed number formatting options not showing up for custom text attributes.
Tag field drop-down menu now dismisses properly when clicking on another tag field.
Fixed menubar icons sometimes not displaying correctly.
Sort into subfolder action now properly handles sorting a file into a subfolder with the exact same name.
Now does extra checks for text files so that content matching now works for a wider range of text file types, in particular those without a known type.
Fixed Upload action not working for accounts that are full email addresses.
Now supplies date added for filesystems that do not support it.
Fixed issues with passing of attribute output from one script into another script.
Fixed Hazel not properly restarting after an update in some cases. May not take effect until next update.
Fixed case when a duplicate exists at the destination, throwing the file away as directed was being interpreted as an error.
Numerous engine fixes.
More information: http://www.noodlesoft.com/hazel.php
Your Personal Housekeeper
Hazel is a System Preference pane that works silently in the background, automatically filing, organizing and cleaning folders based on rules you define. Hazel can also manage your trash and uninstall your applications.
Organize your files using a familiar rule interface. Filter on the file's name, type, date, the site or email address it came from and more. And do more than just file. You can set color labels, Spotlight keywords and comments and even archive files. Hazel also cleans, sporting options to clean out incomplete and duplicate downloads.
All this is done automatically in the background allowing you to focus on your real work.
Create rules to automatically
keep your files organized
Hazel watches whatever folders you tell it to, automatically organizing your files according to the rules you create. It features a rule interface similar to that of Apple Mail so you should feel right at home. Have Hazel move files around based on name, date, type, what site/email address it came from (Safari and Mail only) and much more. Automatically put your music in your Music folder, movies in Movies. Keep your downloads off the desktop and put them where they are supposed to be.
More than just filing
Hazel can open, archive, set color labels and add Spotlight comments. In addition, you can have Hazel rename your files or sort them into subfolders based on name, date or whatever combination of attributes you choose. With Hazel’s rule-based engine, you can create powerful workflows to automatically organize and process your files.
When you throw away applications, they can leave behind support files that never get cleaned up. With Hazel's App Sweep, Hazel will detect when you throw applications away, search for its support files and offer to throw those away as well. Uninstalling applications is integrated with your Trash so you don't even have to think about it.
Made a mistake? When you pull the application back out of the Trash, Hazel can re-install the support files for you so you don't lose a thing. In addition, App Sweep can work for all users on the same computer. If you throw away an app, other users of the app will get a chance to have their support files thrown away when they log in.
Hazel features new actions to import your files into iPhoto or iTunes. Keep your media in line. Add to your library or to a specific playlist or photo album. And now with Hazel 3, you can import into Aperture projects and folders as well.
Advanced Spotlight integration allows you to use any Spotlight attribute in your rules. Filter files based on Spotlight attributes or use them in conjunction with the renaming and sorting actions. Sort your photos by aperture or shutter speed or rename your music files with artist, album and year. Make your metadata work for you.
Never take out the trash again
You can have Hazel manage your Trash. Select from different options to keep your Trash in check. And for extra security, Hazel can also shred files like Finder's "Secure Empty Trash" option.
Extend, Customize, Integrate
Hazel's rules can trigger Automator workflows, AppleScripts and scripts in your language of choice. Hazel will run whatever you throw at it, making it easy for you to integrate into your workflow.