|1 April 2020||SwiftSync Update|
- Added 3 new command-line options: -shutdown, -restart and -logoff, will perform that action to either shutdown, restart or log the user off when the program closes.
- Added a file extension column to the folder lists, which is sortable.
|17 March 2020||SwiftSync Update|
- Read only files should now get dates set correctly.
- "Unknown" status now shows as orange in folder lists (they are not hidden with the skipped filter - on purpose).
- "Unknown" files are now shown in the log as skipped files and added to the skipped counter.
- If the log file cannot be opened due to it being exclusively locked by something, SwiftSync will try a different one (up to and including 9 separate logs) before giving up.
|15 March 2020||SwiftSync Update|
- Added option to "Close to tray".
- Exclusions textbox changed to a combo box, along with buttons to add, remove and clear.
- Added profile list context menu to paste exclusions from clipboard.
- Profile list can now be sorted by any column.
- Added a context menu to temporarily exclude selected files. This will only affect the current sync. As soon as another compare is run, the temporary exclusions will disappear.
|12 March 2020||SwiftSync Update|
- New, quicker logging system. In cases where the program skips lots of files when copying, it should be quicker.
- Added options to toggle logging skipped, excluded, new or updated files.
|11 March 2020||SwiftSync Update|
- Added "Exclude selected files" menu item for the folder views. When clicked it will add the selected files to your exclusion list.
- If a sync returns any errors while monitoring folders with "Sync changes" enabled, then it will not immediately attempt to re-sync (thus creating a never-ending loop until the option is disabled or the file is synced). Instead, the next time a change is made, it will attempt again then.
- Errors during a sync will highlight the statusbar in red to bring attention to the fact.
- No errors during a sync will highlight the statusbar in green to indicate everything was a success.