Improved usability and ease of use. New icon, various minor optimizations. The image restoration algorithm is unchanged.
Fixed some localization errors
Added Italian localization (contributed by Giuseppe F. Ciranna)
Disk images larger than 2 GB are supported. As this feature requires Mac OS X 10.3, Exif Untrasher is now 10.3-only. Though, version 1.3.6, which performs well on 10.1/10.2, is still available for download.
In the panel for choosing the source volume, the same volume names as in the Finder are used.
The name of the source disk image is no longer restricted to the MacRoman charset, but can be any Unicode string.
Fixed a bug which caused the list of volumes to suppress the vertical scrollbar. Thus it looked as if some volumes were missing, although they could be made visible by resizing the sheet.
Instead of having to choose a volume using the regular "Open" dialog, users can now simply select the volume from a list. (The former "Open" dialog was obviously too mistakable, as lots of users chose the image folder on the volume instead of the volume itself.)
Several improvements regarding user interface and handling.
Added French localization (contributed by Michel Pansanel)
Corrected text in about window
Improved error mail message
Fixed a memory leak
Fixed a small bug in the English localization
When closing the window, Exif Untrasher quits automatically
Improved user interface
After finishing, the destination folder is opened automatically in the Finder
In case an error occurs while trying to create a disk image, an error mail is generated automatically.
Workaround: If the last image's end byte position can't be determined, its size will be limited to a fixed maximum value to avoid ridiculously large images.
Data garbage at the end of the image files is removed.
Added preference option to disable the info panel regarding disk image creation
Rewrote the core part of the application in pure C: much faster, finds more images, and uses only a small amount of RAM