Application Wizard - Release Notes

Application Wizard 3.6.4 (September 26, 2017)

 The incompatibilities with macOS 10.13 High Sierra have been fixed.

Application Wizard 3.6.3 (March 22, 2017)

 A bug that could cause Application Wizard to quit unexpectedly when trying to display the System Preferences submenu of the Open menu has been fixed.
 An incompatibility that caused some preference panes to display the generic icon in the System Preferences submenu of the Open menu on macOS 10.10 or later has been fixed.

Application Wizard 3.6.2 (October 20, 2016)

 The incompatibilities with macOS 10.12 Sierra have been fixed.
 On Sierra, folder menus in the Open and Special menus now list folders first when the "Keep folders on top when sorting by name" Finder preference is selected.
 On Sierra, you must now press the Option key while dragging if you want to rearrange or hide single buttons in the menu bar. Pressing the Command key while dragging lets you now reposition Application Wizard in the menu bar.
 For improved security, Application Wizard now uses an encrypted HTTPS connection when checking for updates.
 Several minor bugs have been fixed.

Application Wizard 3.6.1 (December 18, 2015)

 A bug, introduced in version 3.6, that could cause incorrect free, wired, active, and inactive memory values to be displayed in the System Memory submenu has been fixed.

Application Wizard 3.6 (November 12, 2015)

 The incompatibilities with macOS 10.11 El Capitan have been fixed.
 The Application Wizard background-only application has been largely rewritten and is now a Cocoa application.
 Application Wizard settings can now be backed up and imported.
 On macOS 10.8 or later, the menu panel now slides down and up when the menu bar is automatically shown and hidden.
 A bug that caused the inability to bring specific windows to the front when switching between applications on macOS 10.10 or later has been fixed.
 A bug that caused phone numbers displayed in large type to disappear as soon as the pointer was moved on macOS 10.10 or later has been fixed.
 A bug that could cause services to be included in your running applications has been fixed.
 Several other minor improvements and fixes have been introduced.
 Minimum required system version is now macOS 10.6.

Application Wizard 3.5 (December 18, 2014)

 The incompatibilities with macOS 10.10 Yosemite have been fixed.
 On Yosemite, the menu panel and the Application Wizard buttons in the menu bar have a new appearance.
 On Yosemite, the menu panel has now a dark background when Dark Mode is turned on.
 Icons in the Open, Quit, Switch, and Special menus have been revised.
 Multiple selected applications in the Open and Quit menus are now marked with blue and red dots, respectively.
 The green dots marking linked applications in the Switch menu and the arrows marking resolved aliases in the Special menu have been redesigned.
 The appearance of the Contacts/Address Book submenu has been revised. In addition to that, on macOS 10.9 or later, new social network profiles (Tencent Weibo and Yelp) are now supported.
 Slideshows of PDF files have been revised and improved on macOS 10.9 or later.
 Alias resolution in the Special menu has been revised and some incompatibilities with macOS 10.8 or later have been fixed.
 On Yosemite, sharing services are no longer available to 32-bit applications. For this reason, Application Wizard no longer supports sharing files and folders, adding photos to Aperture, and setting desktop pictures when running on macOS 10.10.
 Some minor bugs have been fixed and some other minor interface improvements have been introduced.

Application Wizard 3.4.1 (December 18, 2013)

 On macOS 10.6 or later, the automatic showing and hiding of the menu panel has a lower energy impact now.
 On Mavericks, the icon of the iPhoto Library item has been updated.
 A bug that could cause Application Wizard to show certain invisible items and stop responding while displaying the contents of volumes has been fixed.

Application Wizard 3.4 (October 23, 2013)

 The incompatibilities with macOS 10.9 Mavericks have been solved.
 On macOS 10.7 or later, the Background-only Applications item of the Quit menu has been replaced by the Background Processes item. In the Background Processes submenu, applications and services are separated.
 On macOS 10.7 or later, you can now choose whether including or not including automatically terminated applications in your running applications or background processes. To hide automatically terminated applications, deselect the "Include automatically terminated applications" checkbox in the Menus pane.
 On macOS 10.8 or later, previews now have a Share submenu that lets you easily share photos, music, videos, and documents using iCloud, AirDrop, Facebook, Twitter, and other services.
 On macOS 10.8 or later, image previews now have a Add to Aperture command that lets you quickly add photos to your Aperture library and a Set Desktop Picture command that allows you to change the picture displayed on your desktop.
 Multiple display support has been enhanced.
 Some minor bugs have been fixed.
 Application Wizard requires an Intel-based Mac now.

Application Wizard 3.3.4 (May 24, 2013)

 On macOS 10.6 or later, the Recent Folders submenu of the Special menu lets you now browse the folders you have recently opened using the Finder. If you prefer not to show the Finder recent folders, choose "Hide Finder Folders" from the Recent Folders submenu.
 The Background-only Applications submenu of the Quit menu now shows process identifiers so that you can distinguish multiple instances of a same process. If you prefer not to display process identifiers, choose "Hide Process ID" from the Background-only Applications submenu.
 The clickable area of the Application Wizard buttons in the menu bar has been slightly increased.
 A bug that could cause Application Wizard to quit unexpectedly when particular processes were launched has been fixed.

Application Wizard 3.3.3 (January 18, 2013)

 A minor incompatibility of the iPhoto Library submenu with iPhoto 9.3 or later has been solved.
 A bug that caused images with an orientation tag to be incorrectly copied to the Clipboard has been fixed.
 Some other minor bugs have been fixed.

Application Wizard 3.3.2 (October 25, 2012)

 On macOS 10.6.6 or later, the Contacts/Address Book submenu lets you now call phone numbers and send text messages with Skype, start FaceTime video calls, display maps showing the location of addresses, and copy map URLs.
 On macOS 10.7 or later, the Contacts/Address Book submenu supports social network profiles and new instant messaging services (Facebook, Gadu-Gadu, Google Talk, QQ, Skype).
 On macOS 10.8, the Contacts submenu lets you now start Messages conversations.
 The incompatibilities of the iPhoto Library submenu with iPhoto 9.4 or later have been solved.
 An incompatibility with macOS 10.8 that caused the Restart, Shut Down, and Log Out commands to always reopen windows when logging back in has been solved.
 Some minor bugs have been fixed.

Application Wizard 3.3.1 (July 23, 2012)

 The incompatibilities with macOS 10.8 Mountain Lion have been solved.
 The Aperture Library submenu has been revised, fully supports Aperture 3.3 or later, and displays the new Aperture monochrome icons.
 A minor incompatibility of the iPhoto Library submenu with iPhoto 9.3 or later has been fixed.
 A bug that could cause sandboxed applications added to the Resume pane of the Application Wizard preferences to disappear from the list has been fixed.
 A bug that could cause Application Wizard to quit unexpectedly on macOS 10.7 after the buttons in the menu bar were modified or repositioned has been fixed.
 A bug that could cause Application Wizard to stop responding or quit unexpectedly after displaying a phone number in large type has been fixed.
 A bug that could cause Application Wizard to quit unexpectedly after trying to preview an audio file contained in the Aperture library has been fixed.

Application Wizard 3.3 (June 19, 2012)

 Previews feature a new, realistic look and have completely redesigned frames.
 On macOS 10.5 or later, Application Wizard can now preview several new types of files, including Excel and PowerPoint documents, iWork files, and Mail messages.
 On macOS 10.5 or later, previews of Word documents, web archives, and HTML files have been improved.
 On macOS 10.5 or later, Application Wizard now shows full-page previews for text files. You can switch back to actual-size previews by deselecting the "Show full-page previews for text files" checkbox in the Customize Previews dialog.
 Previews now display file title and author. You can hide titles and authors by deselecting the "Show title and author when available" checkbox in the Customize Previews dialog.
 When previewing a PDF file, you can now scroll through its pages by pressing the arrow keys or moving the pointer over the preview and clicking the arrow buttons.
 The Previews panel has been replaced by the Customize Previews dialog so that preview settings are now easier to access. To show the dialog, click the Customize Previews button in the Menus pane.
 The "Other files" slider has been added to the Customize Previews dialog. The new slider lets you to adjust the size of previews of documents other than PDF and text files.
 Maximum preview size has been increased to 600 pixels for all types of files.
 Default preview sizes have been revised and increased on larger displays (24-inch, 27-inch, 30-inch). In addition to that, the Customize Previews dialog has a Restore Default Sizes button.
 File information in previews now also includes UTI.
 The Special menu lets you now copy file and folder paths to the Clipboard. You can copy URLs or choose between four different path styles (POSIX, Terminal, HFS, Windows).
 Audio file previews now have a Copy Artwork command so that you can copy iTunes artwork to the Clipboard.
 Image metadata in the More Info submenu has been revised. Several new properties have been added, some properties have been renamed, data display formats have been reviewed, and properties have been reordered for a better reference.
 Image, audio, and video file metadata can now be copied to the Clipboard by choosing Copy Info from the More Info submenu. In addition to that, audio and video file metadata can now be saved as RTF by choosing Save Info from the More Info submenu.
 Several other minor improvements have been introduced and some minor bugs have been fixed.
 Application Wizard has a new icon.

Application Wizard 3.2 (December 20, 2011)

 Application Wizard lets you now run AppleScripts from the Open and Special menus. To run AppleScripts from the Open menu, add them to your groups or add AppleScript folders to the Open menu. To run AppleScripts from the Special menu, select them in the menu and choose Run Script.
 Running applications can now be listed from the most recent one to the oldest one in the Quit and Switch menus. To list running applications chronologically, click the Customize Menus button in the Menus pane and select the "Sort running applications chronologically" checkbox in the Quit and Switch panes.
 The Switch menu lets you now exclude applications that you never need to activate. To exclude an application from the Switch menu, click the Customize Menus button in the Menus pane, click Switch, and add the application to the excluded applications list.
 A bug that could, under particular circumstances, cause Application Wizard to quit unexpectedly on Lion after System Preferences was opened or closed or specific system preferences were edited has been fixed.
 Some other minor bugs have been fixed and some other minor improvements have been introduced.

Application Wizard 3.1 (October 27, 2011)

 The incompatibilities with macOS 10.7 Lion have been solved.
 On Lion, Application Wizard lets you now disable or enable window restoration for specific applications. To edit window restoration settings, open the Resume pane of the Application Wizard preferences.
 On Lion, you can now open applications without restoring their windows by holding the Command and Option keys while displaying the Open menu.
 On Lion, you can now quit applications and close (or keep) their windows by holding the Command and Option keys while displaying the Quit menu.
 On Lion, you can now show a confirmation message when choosing Restart, Shut Down, or Log Out from the Special menu. To show the confirmation message and specify whether restoring windows when you log back in, hold the Option key while displaying the Special menu.
 On Lion, the Library item can now be added to the Special menu. In addition to that, you can quickly show the Library folder in the Home submenu by holding the Option key while displaying the Special menu.
 The default keyboard shortcuts for the Open, Quit, Switch, and Special menus have been changed, so that now the default Quit menu shortcut doesn't conflict with Lion's "Quit and Close All Windows" shortcut (Command-Option-Q).
 The iPhoto Library submenu has been revised and displays the new iPhoto monochrome icons.
 An incompatibility with macOS 10.6 that caused the menu panel to disappear after automatic graphics switching on 15-inch and 17-inch MacBook Pros has been fixed.

Application Wizard 3.0 (June 21, 2011)

 The Application Wizard pane in System Preferences has been completely revised. The General, Groups, Applications, Menus, and Keyboard Shortcuts panes have been redesigned and most dialogs have been eliminated so that options are now easier to access and quicker to configure.
 The Quit and Switch menus can now be fully customized by adding, removing, and rearranging items. In addition to that, the Open, Quit, Switch, and Special menus can now be edited all from the same multi-pane dialog.
 Application Wizard lets you now restore the Open, Quit, Switch, and Special menus to default. To restore menus, click the Customize Menus button in the Menus pane, and choose Restore Default Menu from the menu's Action pop-up menu.
 You can now open and quit groups using keyboard shortcuts. To assign a shortcut to a group, select the group in the Groups pane, enable the shortcut, choose an action, click the shortcut field, and press a key combination.
 Application Wizard lets you now duplicate groups. To duplicate a group, select it in the Groups pane, click the Add button, and choose Duplicate Group. In addition to that, you can now quickly add all the open applications to a group by clicking the Add button and choosing Add Running Applications.
 The Excluded Applications group has been eliminated. To exclude applications from the Quit menu or open excluded applications automatically at login, click the Quit tab in the Customize Menus dialog.
 To quit all excluded applications you can now define a "Quit excluded applications" keyboard shortcut or add the Quit Excluded command to the Quit menu.
 Application Wizard now fully supports iPhoto '11, fixes a bug that could cause photos not to be listed in the Photos submenu and solves some minor incompatibilities with previous iPhoto versions.
 The Aperture Library submenu shows MobileMe, Flickr, and Facebook accounts and galleries correctly now.
 Keyboard shortcuts containing function keys, arrow keys, or keypad keys now do not require modifiers anymore.
 Several other minor improvements have been introduced and some minor bugs have been fixed.

Application Wizard 2.5.2 (November 23, 2010)

 The Open menu can now list Dock applications in the same order as they appear in the Dock. To show applications (and separators) as they are sorted in the Dock, choose Sort in Dock Order from the Dock Applications submenu.
 On macOS 10.5 or later, the Special menu can now preview several new types of documents: web archives and HTML files, Word documents and templates (DOCX, DOCM, DOT, DOTX, DOTM files), and OpenDocument text files and templates (ODT, OTT files).
 A bug that caused Application Wizard to quit unexpectedly after a disk was partitioned, repartitioned, or erased has been fixed.
 Some other minor bugs have been fixed.

Application Wizard 2.5.1 (June 14, 2010)

 The Switch to Finder and Switch to Finder and hide other applications keyboard shortcuts have been added. To define and enable the new shortcuts, open the Application Wizard pane in System Preferences and click the Keyboard Shortcuts tab.
 Check for updates has been fully revised and lets you now check for updates both manually and automatically. To set Application Wizard to check for updates automatically or schedule how often you want it to check, open the Application Wizard pane in System Preferences and click the Software Update button.
 Some minor bugs concerning the ejection and mounting of volumes have been fixed.

Application Wizard 2.5 (March 15, 2010)

 Application Wizard lets you now choose what types of volumes (hard disks, external disks, removable media, connected servers, inactive disks) appear in the Special menu and allows you to eject disks, partitions, and servers and mount ejected disks.
To specify what volumes appear in the Special menu, open the Configure Special Menu dialog, double-click Volumes in the Special Menu list, and select the desired types. To quickly eject a disk with more than one partition, hold the Option key and select any of its partitions in the Special menu. To eject a single partition, hold the Control key and select it in the Special menu. To mount a disk or partition that has been ejected, make sure you are showing inactive disks and select the ejected disk or partition in the Special menu.
 On macOS 10.5 or later, the Recent Documents and Recent Servers items can now be added to the Special menu so that you can quickly open recently used files and connect to recently used servers.
 The Activity Monitor command has been added to the System Memory submenu so that you can quickly open Activity Monitor and learn more about the processes running on your computer and their memory usage.
 The Aperture Library submenu now fully supports Aperture 3.
 The iPhoto Library submenu solves some incompatibilities with iPhoto '09, fixes some bugs, and lets you see how your published albums appear online.
 The opening of aliases from the Special menu has been enhanced. In addition to that, you can now resolve aliases in the Special menu by selecting the Resolve aliases checkbox in the Configure Special Menu dialog.
 Application Wizard lets you now disable previews for files located on shared computers and file servers. To disable previews on shared computers and servers, select the Do not preview files on connected servers checkbox in the Previews panel.
 The Switch to Previous command has been added to the Switch menu.
 Single application mode allows you now to temporarily show multiple applications so that you can use them together. To link applications so that they are visible together, highlight them in the Switch menu and press the Command key.
 Application Wizard lets you now define keyboard shortcuts to quickly accomplish frequent tasks. To work with keyboard shortcuts, open the Keyboard Shortcuts pane of the Application Wizard preferences.
 If you use hot keys to display the Open, Quit, Switch, and Special menus, you can now choose where menus appear on the screen. Besides the pointer position, you can now display menus in a screen corner or centered on the screen. To edit menu positions, open the General pane of the Application Wizard preferences, click a menu position button, and select the desired position.
 A bug, introduced in version 2.4, causing the Open and Special menus not to show the Classic Applications Folder item and the Start/Stop/Restart Classic commands when Classic is installed has been fixed.
 A bug, introduced in version 2.4, causing the Applications panel not to list non-bundled applications has been fixed.
 Several other minor bugs have been fixed and several minor improvements have been introduced.

Application Wizard 2.4 (September 30, 2009)

 The incompatibilities with macOS 10.6 Snow Leopard have been solved. In addition to that, the Application Wizard preference pane is now 64-bit capable on Snow Leopard.
 On Macs with a 64-bit processor and Snow Leopard, the Quit and Switch menus now mark 32-bit applications instead of 64-bit applications.
 On Macs with a 64-bit processor and Snow Leopard, applications can be opened in 32-bit mode directly from the Open menu by selecting them and pressing the Control key. In addition to that, Application Wizard lets you customize applications so that they always open in 32-bit mode.
 On Snow Leopard, Application Wizard calculates file and disk sizes using the decimal system (1 KB = 1,000 bytes, 1 MB = 1,000,000 bytes, ... ).
 The Login Window item can now be added to the Special menu, so that you can quickly lock your screen while you are away from your computer.
 Besides moving files to the Trash and copying them to the desktop, the Special menu lets you now move or copy files to any folder or disk. To move or copy a file, select it in the Special menu and choose the Move to or Copy to command, respectively.
 Application Wizard lets you now disable previews for specific file types. To disable previews for one or more file types, select the Do not preview files with extension checkbox in the Previews panel and enter the corresponding extensions.
 On macOS 10.5 or later, the configuration of hot keys has been revised so that Unicode keyboards and the F17, F18, F19 keys are now supported. In addition to that, keypad keys appear in square brackets [ ] in the General pane of the Application Wizard preferences and hot keys are now disabled in full screen mode.
 On macOS 10.5 or later, the management of the Application Wizard login item has been revised to solve possible incompatibilities.
 A bug that prevented paths from being displayed in the Configure Special Menu dialog despite the Info button was turned on has been fixed.
 A bug that could cause Application Wizard to quit unexpectedly when the depth of folders added to the Open menu was changed has been fixed.
 Several other minor bugs have been fixed and some other minor improvements have been introduced.
 Minimum required system version is now macOS 10.4.

Application Wizard 2.3.4 (May 26, 2009)

 An incompatibility with macOS 10.5.7 that caused the menu panel to disappear after fast user switching or after the display or computer was put to sleep when multiple users were logged in has been fixed.
 A bug causing type selection to be inactive in the Applications pane and Applications panel lists has been fixed.
 A bug that could cause Application Wizard to quit unexpectedly when buttons were dragged out of the menu panel or menu bar has been fixed.
 On Leopard, the System Memory submenu has been rearranged so that it shows physical memory allocation and page ins and outs consistently with Activity Monitor.

Application Wizard 2.3.3 (November 28, 2008)

 The active application's windows can now be displayed directly in the Switch menu, so that you can always quickly switch between the windows of the application you are using. To list the active application's windows in the Switch menu, select the Quickly access the active application windows checkbox in the Menus pane.
 On Macs with a 64-bit processor, the Quit and Switch menus can indicate 64-bit applications. To show whether running applications are 64-bit applications, select the Mark 64-bit applications checkbox in the Menus pane.
 The Application Wizard contextual menu now appears both in the Finder and in Path Finder.
 The iPhoto Library and Aperture Library submenus have been updated and display MobileMe gallery icons.
 Several other minor interface improvements and fixes have been introduced.

Application Wizard 2.3.2 (June 6, 2008)

 The automatic showing of all open applications when single application mode is turned off can now be disabled. To keep inactive applications hidden, deselect the Show all when turning single application mode off checkbox in the Menus pane.
 The X11 application now appears in the Quit and Switch menus, so that you can re-enter, hide or exit the X11 environment using Application Wizard.
 Previews of album covers on macOS 10.5 have been improved.
 An incompatibility of the Application Wizard contextual menu plug-in with Interarchy has been fixed. The incompatibility caused Interarchy to quit unexpectedly if you tried to display a file's contextual menu from a listing window.
 An incompatibility with macOS 10.5.2 or later that caused Application Wizard to quit after forcing a Universal application to run using Rosetta has been fixed.
 A bug that caused Application Wizard to quit unexpectedly when trying to display the Dock Applications submenu if spacers were added to the Leopard Dock has been fixed.
 Some other minor fixes have been introduced.

Application Wizard 2.3.1 (February 26, 2008)

 The Aperture Library submenu now fully supports Aperture 2 and lets you view the photos you have published to your MobileMe Gallery and quickly browse your projects using the All Projects submenu.

Application Wizard 2.3 (December 17, 2007)

 The Address Book item can now be added to the Special menu, so that you can quickly access your Address Book contacts. Application Wizard lets you view cards, display phone numbers in large type, create pre-addressed email messages, visit home pages, invite contacts to a chat, copy addresses as mailing labels and create vCards.
 Application Wizard can now be shown in the menu bar by selecting the Show buttons in menu bar checkbox in the General pane. Besides the normal positioning in the menu bar, Application Wizard lets you force buttons to always appear to the left of all your other status items or display them centrally between status items and menu extras or position them to the right of all menu extras, immediately before the Spotlight icon.
 A bug that caused the Add to iPhoto command not to be available in image previews if the iPhoto Library item wasn't added to the Special menu has been fixed.
 A bug that caused the menu panel to be visible when iPhoto was in full-screen view and the menu bar was displayed has been fixed.
 Some other minor fixes have been introduced.
 The Application Wizard Help has been revised and is now displayed using Apple's Help Viewer.

Application Wizard 2.2.2 (October 26, 2007)

 The incompatibilities with macOS 10.5 Leopard have been solved.
 On Leopard, menu icons have been redesigned to match the new interface.
 On Leopard, the System Memory submenu now expresses page ins and outs (and copy-on-write, zero filled and reactivated pages) in terms of their total memory, consistently with Activity Monitor.
 The iPhoto Library submenu now fully supports iPhoto '08 and lets you view your library by event and show recent events, flagged photos, web galleries and your current print project. In addition to that, Application Wizard now correctly previews items that were imported to the iPhoto '08 library without copying them to iPhoto.
 A bug that caused the Application Wizard Installer and preference pane to quit unexpectedly in presence of a malformed login items preference file has been fixed.
 Some other minor improvements and fixes have been introduced.
 Minimum required system version is now macOS 10.3.9.

Application Wizard 2.2.1 (June 13, 2007)

 The Quit menu lets you now quit all open applications except one by holding the Command key and selecting the application you want to keep running. Similarly, you can quit all applications in a group except one by holding the Command key and selecting the application in the group's submenu.
 If you have iPhoto 5 or later, Application Wizard lets you now view your overall iPhoto library by film roll. To display rolls, choose Show Rolls in Library from the iPhoto Library submenu.
 A bug that caused RTF files not to be previewed on macOS 10.3 has been fixed.
 A bug that caused some indexed images to be incorrectly previewed and copied on macOS 10.3 has been fixed.
 A bug that caused some third-party preference panes (e.g. Default Folder X, TypeIt4Me) to display the generic icon in the System Preferences submenu of the Open menu on macOS 10.4 has been fixed.
 A bug that prevented combinations including the Control-Escape keys from being assigned to hot keys has been fixed.
 Some other minor improvements and fixes have been introduced.

Application Wizard 2.2 (May 9, 2007)

 The iPhoto Library and Aperture Library items can now be added to the Special menu, so that you can quickly browse your albums and projects, preview and copy photos and view the associated metadata. To browse your iPhoto or Aperture library, you must have iPhoto 2 or later and Aperture 1.5 or later, respectively.
 Previews offer several new features. With previews you can now:
 display a slideshow of all the pages in a PDF file and easily view the associated metadata (title, author, page count and size, encryption, ... );
 display a slideshow of all the images contained in a folder or smart folder;
 copy pictures to the Clipboard and add them to iPhoto;
 view a list of the files enclosed in a zip archive, display its uncompressed size and compression factor and save detailed zip archive information to a text file;
 quickly view when documents were last opened and, in case they were downloaded or received as attachments, view where they were obtained from (URL, sender's email address, message subject, ... ).
To display slideshows, view metadata and add pictures to iPhoto you must have macOS 10.4 or later.
 Making an application active by choosing a specific window from the Switch menu now causes only the selected window (and not all the application's open windows) to be brought to the front.
 Full Dashboard client names (e.g. Calculator DashboardClient) appear now in the Background-only Applications submenu of the Quit menu, so that running Dashboard clients can now be identified.
 The display of IPTC (International Press Telecommunications Council) data associated with pictures has been revised and extended.
 A bug that caused previews to incorrectly display music or movie durations longer than 1 hour has been fixed.
 A bug that caused some third-party preference panes (TextExpander, Keyclick) not to appear in the System Preferences submenu of the Open menu has been fixed.
 Some other minor bugs have been fixed.
 Minimum required system version is now macOS 10.3.

Application Wizard 2.1 (January 18, 2007)

 Application windows can now be shown in the Switch menu, so that you can easily bring a specific window to the front when making an application active. To display windows in the Switch menu, select the Show application windows in Switch menu checkbox in the Menus pane.
 Single application mode can now be turned on using Application Wizard. You can either select the Turn on single application mode checkbox in the Menus pane or add the Turn Single Application Mode On/Off command to the Switch menu and use it to quickly toggle single application mode. In single application mode only the foreground application is visible, while inactive applications are automatically hidden.
 Recent applications can now be sorted from the most recent one to the oldest one. To sort recent applications by date, choose Sort chronologically from the Recent Applications submenu.
 The Special menu can now display recently opened or browsed folders so that you can quickly access them. To show recent folders in the Special menu, click Configure Special Menu in the Menus pane and add the Recent Folders item to the Special Menu list.
 The Special menu shows the contents of smart folders now.
 Path submenus in the Special menu let you now browse parent folders.
 A bug that caused the Application Wizard preference pane to quit unexpectedly when a folder or volume containing a smart folder was selected in the Add File or Folder dialog has been fixed.
 A bug that caused items added to the Special menu and then changed from file to folder or vice versa to display an incorrect submenu has been fixed.
 Several other minor improvements have been introduced.

Application Wizard 2.0 (October 19, 2006)

 Open menu items have now icons. In addition to that, icons can now be associated to groups: Application Wizard comes with a set of seven predefined icons but lets you also assign custom icons to groups.
 The Menus pane has been revised. Options have been reorganized in different groups (Appearance, Groups, Advanced), Open menu options have been moved to the Configure Open Menu dialog and the Use smaller font size option has been introduced.
 The Configure Open Menu and Configure Special Menu dialogs have been completely revised and now give you full freedom of customization: items can be added, removed and arranged as desired, separators can be added or removed as needed.
 Files and folders can now be added to the Special menu so that you can quickly access frequently used items.
 On macOS 10.3 or later you can now show file previews in the Special menu. Previews let you:
 view a file's kind, size, creation and modification date, image size (pictures and movies) and duration (songs and movies);
 preview pictures, movies, PDF and text files (preview sizes can be adjusted as desired by clicking the Configure button in the Configure Special Menu dialog and dragging size sliders in the Previews panel);
 preview songs, display album covers and view the embedded metadata (title, artist, album, genre, ... );
 easily display the metadata embedded in pictures (general, Exif, GIF, GPS, IPTC, JFIF, PNG, TIFF, DNG and Photoshop properties, Nikon maker notes) and save them as RTF (requires macOS 10.4 or later);
 open files with a specific application or quickly open them with one of the running applications;
 show files in the Finder, move them to the Trash and copy them to the Desktop.
 Ejectable volumes can be now ejected directly from the Special menu by choosing the Eject command or simply holding the Option key and selecting them in the Special menu.
 Several changes have been introduced in the Switch menu.
 To switch to a different application and hide all the other applications, you must now hold the Shift key while displaying the Switch menu.
 When the Choosable group menu items option is checked, choosing a group menu item shows all applications belonging to the group: to hide all the applications in the group, you must now hold the Option key.
 When the Choosable group menu items option is checked, you can now show all the applications in a group and hide the other applications by holding the Shift key and choosing the group menu item.
 The Show All and Show All & Hide Others commands have been added to group submenus.
 When you move or rename folders you added to the Open menu, Application Wizard now automatically updates their paths, so that you don't need to fix them anymore.
 A bug (introduced in version 1.6) causing Application Wizard to ignore screen resolution changes has been fixed.
 Several other minor improvements have been introduced and some other minor bugs have been fixed.

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