Snow Leopard compatibility: Hazel is now runnable on Snow Leopard.
64 bit support: Hazel is now 64-bit. If your CPU supports it, the preference pane will load into System Preferences on Snow Leopard without requiring a restart in 32-bit mode. The background processes will also run in 64-bit on Snow Leopard.
User interface changes:
Fixed the menubar menu not updating when a drive was mounted/unmounted.
Entries in the menubar menu for folders on unmounted/ejected drives will now stay there and just grey out when the drive is unavailable.
Numeric attributes now show your selected number format in its pop-up if it isn’t one of the presets.
Fixed attributes and tokens getting “linked” across rules when a rule was copied. For example changes to the date format in one would be seen in the other. Copies now should be totally distinct from each other.
Fixed keyboard navigation in the main pane interface.
Fixed the focus ring not showing up for the action pull-down button.
Entries in the Spotlight picker should now sort in a case-insensitive manner.
Fixed bug where the uninstall log was not being created, therefore breaking multiuser App Sweep.
Fixed App Sweep popping up if a duplicate of a file is thrown away. This usually happens when a copy of the app is already in the Trash resulting in “SomeApp-1.app” thus tricking Hazel into thinking it’s a different app.
Fixed case where a badly formed bundle id would confuse App Sweep into adding the preferences folder to the support file list.
App Sweep should now be able to clean up after screen savers.
Fixed text captured by a custom token having spaces stripped out of it.
Fixed crash when executing a rule which used the “domain” attribute with a special format option (formatting as “example.com” instead of “www.example.com”) and the file had no domain set.
Tweaked trash algorithm in terms of prioritizing and handling oversized files.
Fixed subtle case in code determining a file’s extension when the extension is a number (such as is the case with man pages) and it has a file association with an app.