- Enabled Cmd+W on both the preferences window and the main window.
- Fixed a bug that in certain circumstances caused the preferences window to open behind a Finder window so that you could not see it.
- Added support for all of the usual text selection keyboard shortcuts in the search field: Cmd+A, Cmd+C, Cmd+V, Cmd+X, Shift+UpArrow, Shift+DownArrow.
- Gave FileTosser the ability to remember the size of the main window and later open the window at that same size when the application is re-launched.
- Added an option to suppress the sound that plays when FileTosser is launched. To use this option, see the instructions below.
How to Suppress the Startup Sound
Here’s how to prevent the sound from playing when FileTosser launches. There is no UI for this, but if the sound really bothers you, you can suppress the sound by editing you FileTosserPreferences.plist file as follows:
- Quit FileTosser.
- In the Finder, navigate to your FileTosserPreferences.plist file. It can be found in <Hard Drive>/Users/<User Name>/Library/Application Support/FileTosser.
- Open the FileTosserPreferences.plist file in a plist editor or text editor of your choice.
- Add the key, “NotificationSoundOnLaunch” with the boolean value False.
In a plist editor it will look like this (click picture for a larger view):
In a text editor, it will look like this (click picture for a larger view):
- Save and close the plist file.
- Re-launch FileTosser. It should now launch without making a sound.