* Fixed a bug where SpaceControl displayed the wrong amount of free space when using a non-default font size.
* Possibility to deactivate the menu icon
* Support for Snow Leopard
*Added icon in menu.
* Warnings for other volumes
*Warnings for other volumes through mail
*SMTP Authentication, password isn't not being shown
*You can now change port number for outgoing mail warning.
*Some minor bugs fixed.
* Fixed leaking memorybug
* Support for email warnings.
News in 1.0.2
* Some text and graphic fixup's
* Checked in MacOs 10.5
* Added "Total Free Space"
* Major Bug fix.
What is SpaceControl? What does it do?
SpaceControl is designed to be simple.
Download the application, unpack the file and drag the application
(the one with the hard disk icon) to your Applications folder.
Launch SpaceControl. A text will appear in your menu bar showing
how much free space there are available on your startup disk.
Click on the menu item and submenus will apere, showing information
about all disks or volumes mounted on your desktop.
If you want SpaceControl to start everytime you log o to your
Mac you can choose that option in the Preference window. You
can also make some choises about how you want the menu item
will SpaceControl do if I run out of free space on my startup
will warn you when the free space available on your startup
disk goes below the choosen limit.You could choose to get your
warning through E-mail.
You can change the limit at which you get a warning, in the
Preference windows. When you break that limit, SpaceControl
will warn you by changing the color of it's text in the menu
and also put up a messagebox to warn you.
SpaceControl also have support to warn the user for other Volumes then the start up disk.
Here are some
screenshots from SpaceControl
your available space on your system disk.
your second volumes listed.
space beyond your limit, Warning!
your preferd amount of free disk space.
alerts with sound and pop-up screen
Click on a image to enlarge