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Espionage 2 / Re: Unlock all folders from main Espionage window?
« on: July 19, 2010, 07:57:52 AM »
Greg - thanks.  I always use the auto-unlock feature. But it doesn't suit me when travelling.  I sometimes need to be able to grab a few minutes work when I can, eg when waiting for a train. So when I leave home I lock all folders and put the MacBook to password protected sleep. If I need to squeeze a little work in while waiting for a train I don't have to wait for log-in, which is very slow particularly with auto-unlock of all folders. I just unlock the one folder I need at the time.  

Also, I'm aware of the risk of theft when travelling, so don't want all my folders unlocked - just the one I'm working on. But when I get to the hotel/home, then I do unlock everything, and would prefer to be able to do it in one go, from the main window, without having to unlock each of 10 folders individually or having to restart...

Espionage 2 / Unlock all folders from main Espionage window?
« on: July 18, 2010, 08:26:20 PM »
Would it be possible to have the option of unlocking all folders from the main Espionage window?

When I'm travelling, I normally put my MacBook to sleep and keep all my encrypted folders locked.When I reach a 'safe' place I generally need to unlock all my locked folders. This requires me to repeat the identical series of clicks (deselect 'locked', then select 'save') 10 times, for each of 10 locked folders.

Having a one-click option to unlock them all would be a great advantage!

I'm getting this too...

Espionage 2 / Re: Problems with LaunchBar
« on: May 03, 2010, 06:25:43 PM »
I have all my Espionage encrypted folders indexed with LaunchBar and they work fine. I just added each manually to the LaunchBar Index, by first making all invisible files visible, locating each unlocked Espionage folder and then dragging and dropping it into the LaunchBar Index.

Espionage 2 / Re: 'More' contextual menu disabled
« on: April 21, 2009, 12:13:54 AM »
Greg - turns out I did have Scroll Enhancer on my system. Deleted it, and the 'More' contextual menu now works!  Thanks.

Espionage 2 / Re: 'More' contextual menu disabled
« on: April 19, 2009, 12:00:01 AM »
I should have added to the above post, that I've repaired permissions a couple of times and restarted a couple of times, without success....

Espionage 2 / 'More' contextual menu disabled
« on: April 18, 2009, 11:57:33 PM »
I've just installed Espionage on a trial basis. I can encrypt folders. But trying to unencrypt them from the 'More' contextual submenu fails -  the More submenu no longer opens either for the encrypted folder or for any normal folder. I also get regular Finder quits.  Uninstalling Espionage restores the normal "More" submenu.  I'm using OS 10.5.6.  I am using a Logitech mouse, but not with Logitech CC. Any ideas what might be going on? Thanks.

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