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fellowweb

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Automatic Cleaning Up the History of Used Documents
« on: February 18, 2011, 08:01:02 PM »
Hi there,

Could you consider automatically deleting all files/documents (within an Espionage'd folder) from the list of recently used objects in the Apple menu after one locks a folder again?

It would be great if you could consider this as a feature in a future Espionage release.

By the way, it would also be great if Espionage'd folders had specific folder icons similar to the Applications, Documents, or Dropbox folder. :)

Thank you again! You're doing a great job. It's fun using Espionage!
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Re: Automatic Cleaning Up the History of Used Documents
« Reply #1 on: February 18, 2011, 08:13:02 PM »
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Could you consider automatically deleting all files/documents (within an Espionage'd folder) from the list of recently used objects in the Apple menu after one locks a folder again?

That's an interesting idea, we'll look into making that possible.

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By the way, it would also be great if Espionage'd folders had specific folder icons similar to the Applications, Documents, or Dropbox folder. :)

You can actually set a folder's icon to whatever you want. Just unlock it, open the folder, and without selecting anything inside the folder, choose  File > Get Info (so that it's getting info on the unlocked folder/volume), and then set the icon as you normally do.

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Thank you again! You're doing a great job. It's fun using Espionage!

Great to hear, thanks! :)
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Re: Automatic Cleaning Up the History of Used Documents
« Reply #2 on: February 18, 2011, 10:51:39 PM »
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You can actually set a folder's icon to whatever you want.

Sure, I just lack the creative skills to come up with a nice Espionage folder icon. I had already found a tool which allows for engraving graphics into the OS X folder symbol. However, the outcome hasn't been convincing. ;)
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