In UIKit UIProgressView has an observedProgress property. If you set the observedProgress property on a UIProgressView, it will automatically update its appearance when you make changes to the NSProgress object. On macOS (in AppKit at least) NSProgressIndicator does not have an equivalent API. I created a simple category on NSProgressIndicator that adds an observedProgress property on NSProgressIndicator. The source code is available on Github here.
File Cabinet Pro version 7.3.5 is out today. This update fixes a minor bug on macOS Catalina that sometimes caused File Cabinet Pro’s popover window to steal focus from a document window when icons were added or removed from the Dock.
Below are the release notes for updates 7.3.2 through 7.3.4 for those who missed any of the recent File Cabinet Pro updates.
-Fixed minor bug in macOS that caused the move tool not to work in the image viewer on 10.14 and 10.15.
-Fixed minor UI bug that sometimes caused the close button in the tab bar to disappear on mouse hover on macOS 10.15
-Fixed issue that sometimes caused the document version browser to automatically close immediately after it was opened.
File Cabinet Pro version 7.3.1 has been released for macOS.
-macOS Catalina compatibility. On the GM seed of macOS Catalina File Cabinet Pro would crash on launch. Version 7.3.1 fixes this issue. File Cabinet Pro users should update to 7.3.1 from File Cabinet Pro’s Settings window (unless purchased from the Mac App Store) before updating their OS to 10.15 when it is released to avoid having to manually download the update.
File Cabinet Pro version 7.3 has been released for macOS.
-You can now save emails as RTF files directly in File Cabinet Pro from the Mail app. To use this new feature, select an email in the Mail app, then choose the “Save Email Contents to File Cabinet Pro” Service from the “Services” menu in Mail’s menu bar.