ControlPlane 1.3.12 is now available for download. This release mostly contains some small code optimizations but does include some fixes for the IP evidence source as well as the Bonjour evidence source. New in this release are the prevent display sleep action and “open and hide” application action. The icons have also been refreshed by a contributor.
Thanks to VladimirTechMan, Seb Jachec and David Jennes for their contributions to ControlPlane!
You can get the latest version of ControlPlane by clicking the download link for your operating system or if you already have ControlPlane by choosing ‘Check for updates’ from ControlPlane’s menu.
ControlPlane 1.3.11 fixes the crash on startup when using the IP evidence source.
You can get the latest version of ControlPlane by clicking the download link located in the menu on the left or by choosing “Check for Updates” in ControlPlane’s menu.
ControlPlane 1.3.10 has been released for Lion and Mountain Lion. This release includes a reworked IP evidence source that is more strict but should be better at matching properly configured rules.
You can get the latest version by choosing “Check for updates” from ControlPlane’s menu or by clicking the appropriate download link in the left menu.
ControlPlane 1.3.9 reverts the monitor evidence source to its previous method of detecting monitor layout changes. Should resolve issues with the monitor evidence source failing to detect a new or detached monitor under some conditions. Also fixes a couple of common crashes.
You can get ControlPlane 1.3.9 by clicking the download link to the left or by choosing Check for Updates from ControlPlane’s menu.
This release fixes an issue with the WiFi evidence source causing it to stop working under some circumstances. It also signs the helper tool.
You can get the latest version of ControlPlane for your system by clicking the appropriate download link or if you are already running ControlPlane by choosing ‘Check for Updates’ from ControlPlane’s menu.
I’m hearing reports that recent versions of ControlPlane fails to change contexts after it has been running for awhile or will use excessive CPU time. I’m looking into the issue but it would be helpful to hear from anyone who is having this issue. If you are having either of these issues please report it at http://github.com/dustinrue/ControlPlane/issues and provide information about what evidence sources you are using.
ControlPlane 1.3.6 contains a couple of fixes. One of the fixes should resolve a crash issue in the active application evidence source. The other fixes the audio output evidence source which prevented it from working at all.
You can get the latest version of ControlPlane by clicking ‘Check for Updates’ in the ControlPlane menu or by clicking the proper download link located to the left.
Sorry for the rapid set of releases but I made a number of changes (and a number of mistakes) in 1.3.3. This release fixes an issue with the open action which would cause ControlPlane to crash when trying to open an app that doesn’t have a bundle identifier. Java apps are an example of an app that would crash.
As always, you can get the latest version of ControlPlane by choosing ‘Check for Updates’ from ControlPlane’s menu or by clicking the DOWNLOAD link above.
I’ve released ControlPlane 1.3.4 to fix a bug in 1.3.3 that prevented ControlPlane from switching to the default context if one was configured. You can get it by selecting “Check for Updates” in ControlPlane’s menu or by clicking the DOWNLOAD link above.
I’m hearing from some users who are having trouble with ControlPlane not switching contexts. If you are having issues, please post on https://github.com/dustinrue/ControlPlane/issues or join the support mailing list.