We are happy to announce the release of the latest version of Commander One, our dual-pane file manager for Mac. New upgrade features support for Dropbox Business, Microsoft OneDrive and WebDAV protocol, alongside with FTP, Amazon S3, Google Drive and Dropbox support in new handy Connections Manager; the ability to work with .ipa, .apk, .jar, .ear and .war archives and many other awesome features.
The FTP manager performance is significantly improved, it is now able to resume downloads as well as reconnect on error. Amazon S3 connection also received several improvements and stabilizations.
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Added: a new Connections manager;
Added: Dropbox Business and Microsoft OneDrive support (in PRO Pack);
Added: support for the WebDAV protocol (in PRO Pack);
Added: the ability to work with .ipa, .apk, .jar, .ear and .war archives;
Added: icons and previews for files on Google Drive;
Added: search in the built-in viewer (in text and binary modes);
Added: in the full display mode, the ability to hide and reorder columns and to enable alternate background color;
Added: OS X services support;
Added: a hotkey for showing the favorites list: Command+Control+F;
Added: the ability to disable certain hotkeys in Preferences;
Added: support for Amazon S3 buckets in the Asia Pacific (Seoul) region (in PRO Pack);
Added: Russian localization.
Improved: the FTP client has better performance and is now able to resume downloads and reconnect on error (in PRO Pack);
Improved: better performance when working with a large number of files on Amazon S3 (in PRO Pack);
Improved: files uploaded to Amazon S3 are now automatically assigned the proper MIME type (in PRO Pack);
Fixed: an incorrect Keychain entry being used for FTP and Amazon S3 connections;
Fixed: Finder’s window popping up on mounting a network share;
Fixed: incorrect display of file names in certain encodings when working with .zip archives;
Fixed: crashes on copying/moving of files and mounting/unmounting of disks;
Fixed: issues with folders merging when moving files to a different disk;
Fixed: lots of other minor fixes and improvements (thank you guys for your continued feedback!).