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Baseline 1.5 adds selection and deletion of multiple files or folders

Jul 07, 2009 - MildMannered Industries today releases Baseline 1.5, the superfast disk scanning app for Mac OS X. Version 1.5 adds a much requested feature, allowing users to select and delete multiple items from their hard drives. Multiple levels of undo are also supported, in case of over-enthusiastic deletions. Baseline 1.5 now uses zip for compress files and folders and includes many fixes for stability and memory usage.


Baseline 1.4 adds support for scanning Time Machine backup volumes

Oct 13, 2008 - MildMannered Industries today announced Baseline 1.4, an update to their highly rated disk usage utility for Mac OS X. Baseline features include directory, browser and graphical treemap views, QuickLook support, duplicate file detection, and comparison against previous scans. Version 1.4 adds support for hard links, allowing Time Machine backups to be scanned efficiently.


Baseline 1.3.2 for Mac OS X adds QuickLook support

Aug 04, 2008 - MildMannered Industries today announced Baseline 1.3.2, an update to their highly rated disk usage utility for Mac OS X. Baseline features include directory, browser and graphical treemap views, duplicate file detection, and comparison against previous scans. Version 1.3.2 adds QuickLook support for Leopard users, to make inspecting files even easier.


MildMannered Industries announces Baseline 1.3 for Mac OS X

Jul 28, 2008 - MildMannered Industries is proud to announce Baseline 1.3, an update to their highly rated disk usage utility for Mac OS X. Baseline is a disk sizing utility that allows users to see at-a-glance exactly how much disk space has been used. Users can view files and folders in a directory tree, browser, or graphical treemap view, as well as delete, compress or archive items directly from within Baseline. Version 1.3 adds duplicate file detection, as well as subtle interface enhancements.


MildMannered Industries announces Baseline 1.1 with graphical TreeMaps

Mar 02, 2008 - MildMannered Industries has announced that Baseline 1.1 for Mac OS X is now shipping. Baseline is a disk sizing application that features super fast disk scanning, and allows users to see how much each folder or file has grown or shrunk by, as well as its absolute size, making it much easier to see where their disk space has gone. Baseline 1.1 adds a graphical TreeMap view, allowing users to see how their disk usage has changed at a glance.


MildMannered Industries updates Baseline and Iris for Leopard

Nov 22, 2007 - MildMannered Industries today announced the release of Leopard compatible versions of Iris and Baseline. Iris is a multi-function iSight application that let's you do more cool stuff with your iSight. Baseline, the fastest disk scanning tool for OS X, shows you what's changed on your disk, as well as how large each item is.


MildMannered Industries ships Baseline 1.0 OS X disk sizing app

Nov 08, 2007 - MildMannered Industries has announced that Baseline 1.0 for Mac OS X is now shipping. Baseline is a disk sizing application that features super fast disk scanning, and allows users to see how much each folder or file has grown or shrunk by, as well as its absolute size, making it much easier to see where their disk space has gone. Naturally, Baseline is Leopard Ready.


MildMannered Industries Announces Baseline Public Beta

Oct 25, 2007 - MildMannered Industries has announced that the Baseline public beta is now available. Baseline is a disk sizing application that allows users to compare their disk against previous scans, making it easy to see where their disk space has gone.


MildMannered Industries Ships Iris 1.0

Sep 27, 2007 - MildMannered Industries has announced that Iris 1.0 is now shipping. Iris is a Mac OS X application that allows users with an iSight to take snapshots, make movies, record timelapse movies, detect motion (with email alerts), and to use the iSight as a webcam. From Iris's built-in gallery, users can email their snapshots or movies, upload their photos to Flickr, or export their movies to view on their Video iPod, Apple TV or iPhone.