is about to be released version 1.1.0, adding a lot of tasty, including and search folders / files / text, .i.td.
Can anyone help with the translation, I would appreciate ....
At least the list of changes:
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1.1.0-1 - Feature and Bugfix Release
iFile is now only compatible with 3.0. All legacy code for 2.x compatibility has been removed.
Changed registration to also happen when leaving Registration Status view in iFile's Preferences.
The com.saurik.mamu (mailto: attachment =) package dependency got removed.
Some of the functionality listed for this release will be available only for registered users:
File name search.
External viewer support.
Playlist playing in new Audio Player.
Display of song title instead of file name for audio files.
Display of thumbnails instead of default icons for images.
Text editor search functionality.
Added Dutch and Slovak localization.
Added file name search capability. The search can be performed in current directory only or in the whole directory hierarchy starting at the current directory. The search string is case and diacritic insensitive. Searches in Edit mode of the File Browser allow deletion, copying, cutting and zipping of the found and then selected files. Search results show date and size for current directory and path for other directories. Via iFile's preferences the user can choose if the search string should be of
Simple format: search text contained in filename, e.g. "Test",
Wildcard format, e.g. "* Test *",
Regular Expression format, e.g. ". * Test. *".
Changed deselection behavior of browser when navigating upwards in hierarchy: Now the according directory gets deselected after navigating up. This makes it easier to understand where you came from.
Added support to display of AppStore application name instead of cryptic folder name for directories in ~ mobile / Applications. Under the application name the real directory name gets displayed.
Copy, cut and paste has been migrated to use the iPhoneOS 'global clipboard. This has the side effect that the file paths (and also file URL's) of copied files will be available also in other applications. File content is not copied to the clipboard.
An audio file's song title can be shown instead of the file name. This can be enabled / disabled via iFile's preferences.
For images iFile can show an image thumbnail instead of the default image. This option can be enabled / disabled via iFile's preferences. Image thumbnails are only created for images smaller than 1MB.
Added support to change permissions and ownership hierarchically for a directory.
It applies user and group to all directories and files in the hierarchy.
For directories permissions will be set identically as for the top directory.
For files permissions get set only in respect to read and write as set on top directory. If a file was already executable, it remains executable. Sticky bits get set as on the top level directory.
Added button in case of image files to add the file to iPhone's camera roll (also possible from Image Viewer).
Added button in case of video files to add the file to iPhone's camera roll (only available on iPhoneOS 3.1).
Fixed crash in case of files / folders with owner or group set to an ID not existing in the user / group database of iPhoneOS.
Added pps as supported file format.
Added mime-type video / x-flv to open OpenStreamer (external).
Compressed File Handling
Fixed multiple issues in conjunction with compressed files.
Compressed files can now be created and extracted in any folder and not only ones owned by user mobile.
Extraction of tar.gz, tar.Z and tar.bz2 did not work at all in the past. This is fixed now.
Deletion of files from a compressed file is supported only for zip.
Symbolic Link Creation
Symbolic link creation has been made much easier now:
Select the files you want to link to in File Browser in Edit mode.
Press the action button and choose "Copy / Link".
Go to the directory where you want the symbolic links to be created.
Press the action button again and choose "Symbolic Link".
A completely new designed audio player resembling the built-in audio player.
Support for playing files from an m3u playlist, all files in a directory or all files found with iFile's file search interface.
Supports repeat of whole playlists or a single song.
Supports shuffle play of playlists.
Audio file tags are supported for mp3 and m4a files and get displayed.
Cover art is supported as embedded cover art in m4a files or as folder.jpg or cover.jpg in same directory.
Support for previous song, next song, fast forward and rewind.
Shows current time and remaining time of song.
The image viewer has now an additional toolbar button to store an image to the camera roll.
Rewrote whole handling of drawing so that much higher zoom scales are possible.
Double tap now zooms in by factor 2 or - if already zoomed in - zooms out to page width.
Single tap shows and hides navigation bar and status bar.
When going to another page the viewer will scroll to the upper left corner.
Corrected problem that for local in-page links the navigation bar got updated and showed only "Loading ...".
Text Editor / Property List Editor
The text editor and the property list editor have been separated. This way it is easily possible to directly edit files in plist format which have another extension via Open with ...
Added button to toolbar to hide / show navigation bar and status bar.
Added text search button and functionality. The search wraps around at end of the file. If the search string gets found the editor scrolls to it. Highlighting of the found text is not possible.
Added possibility to hide the keyboard in editing mode (Done button).
Debian Package Installer
iFile can now install Debian packages in addition to unpacking their content.
iFile supports now external viewers defined by the themes. This works by specifying an application ID and an applications custom scheme for a given mime-type. iFile will then open a file by passing its path that external viewer using the custom URL scheme.
New option for showing song title instead of file name for audio files (mp3 and m4a).
New option for showing image thumbnails instead of file icons.