It's now possible to control the app from your Touch Bar. You can load profiles, set file type filters and execution options, toggle the subfolder, file alias and remove tags switch and execute tagging directly from the Touch Bar.
You can now receive a notification in your system's notification center after processing is completed. Notifications are sent, if you allowed notifications, enabled them in preferences and the popover is closed and in the background. Customize the behavior of the notifications in System Preferences - Notifications.
It's now possible to control almost all functions of the main popover with your keyboard. Check out the help page to learn more about the different keyboard shortcuts.
Enable in Preferences - Tags, whether tags should always be cleared from the tag field after files
were dropped or imported. Alternatively, you can use keyboard shortcut
⌥⌘T to clear the tag field.
App icon images in smaller sizes have better resolution now.
This version comes with new features and bug fixes.
It's now possible to add files and folders from Finder to the app simply by pressing the shortcut ⇧⌘E, if files or folders are selected. If you want to use a different shortcut, you can change it in System Preferences - Keyboard - Shortcuts - Services - Files and Folders - Add to Little Tagger.
The popover window is now sticky by default. That means, it doesn't close automatically, if the window loses focus, for example when clicking outside the popover window (e.g. in a Finder window to drag and drop files). This behavior can be changed in Little Tagger's Preferences - General.
If the popover is still shown, while dragging files out of a Finder window (see Sticky Menu Bar Popover), those files can be dropped directly into the files list view of the menu bar popover window, instead of the menu bar icon. It's still possible to drop files onto the menu bar icon as usual.
Files can now be filtered by their name or extension in addition to their file type. For comparison
with the file name, the following options can be chosen:
does not contain,
is equal to and
is not equal to.
The list of files is now managable similar to Finder. The files in the list can be sorted by name, file type
or modification date. One or more individual files can be removed from the list by selecting them and pressing the
In case, you use a combination of lowercased and capitalized tags, enable the preference option Case-sensitive Tag Suggestion, as otherwise it requires a workaround to have the auto-suggestion of tags to work as expected.
The UI of the main window and preferences window got some improvements. The main window now shows, how many files will be processed, as well as mark the files completed in the list of files, once the tagging job is done. There is also a short success message displayed after successfully saving a profile. You can access this What's New? page directly from the app's menu. The preferences window got help buttons for each setting to provide further information, what those settings do.
Issue that caused creation of nameless tags.
Issue that caused crash after dropping files without showing popover.
Issue that would prevent unsynced iCloud files from being filtered correctly.