Déjà Vu Release Notes
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Version 5.1.6 (Mojave, High Sierra)
- When choosing 'Show Details' or 'Show History' from the Deja Vu menu, the Console app was not opening for at least one person.
- Improved fix for "Too many open files" error.
- Improvements when pruning Safety Net archive files.
Version 5.1.5 (Mojave, High Sierra)
- Improved support for Dark Mode in Mojave
- If needed, the Privacy Assistant can be displayed again by holding the Option key and choosing "Show Privacy Assistant" from the Deja Vu menu icon.
- Fixed a problem which could cause "failed to set file flags" errors when backing up certain files to a remote volume
- Fixed a rare problem which could trigger a "Too many open files" error when pruning Safety Net archives
- Fixed a rare problem which could occur when ejecting an auto-connected remote volume
- Updated the list of global exclusions
Version 5.1.2 (Mojave, High Sierra)
- Fixed an unfortunate problem which was preventing Deja Vu from producing a bootable clone on an APFS destination volume. It should actually work as intended now.
- Semi-fixed the "Show hidden items" checkbox.
Version 5.1.1 (Mojave, High Sierra)
- Fixed an important omission from the new Privacy Assistant which prevented Deja Vu from working as intended on macOS Mojave. If you tried an earlier version of Deja Vu 5 on Mojave, please visit this link after installing and verify that your setup matches what is shown there.
- A few other minor fixes and improvements.
Version 5.1 (Mojave, High Sierra)
- Added a Privacy Assistant to help guide users through the one-time procedure required to allow Deja Vu full disk access in Mojave.
- Fixed a problem which prevented Deja Vu from working as intended when backing up an entire system volume to a folder on another volume.
- A few other minor changes.
- Known Issue: Support for Mojave's Dark Mode is not entirely there yet. It will be further refined in a future release.
- Known Issue: Mojave seems to have broken Deja Vu's "Shown hidden items" checkbox used in open dialogs. As a workaround, the keyboard shortcut "⌘⇧." (Command-Shift-Period) may be used to toggle the visibility of hidden files.
Version 5.0 (Mojave, High Sierra)
- Added support for APFS (Apple's new file system), including the ability to produce perfect clones of APFS volumes
- Preserves more metadata, including ACLs and HFS Compression
- Deja Vu now passes all Backup Bouncer tests
- Modified the Deja Vu status menu so it remains running
- Displays the time and result of the last backup
- Displays more information about the current action being performed
- Displays the next scheduled backup time in the menu
- Displays nine additional upcoming backups in a submenu
- Displays the overall backup success rate
- Added "Show Details" to show the current or most recent backup log
- Added "Show History" to show the backup history log
- Added the ability to open Deja Vu directly from the menu
- Expanded scheduling options
- Added the option to repeat daily backups as often as every hour
- Added the ability to specify days of the week
- When enabled, create "#DV_SafetyNet" folder at the root of every destination volume
- Prune older archives when the specified percent of available space has been exceeded
- Added the ability to specify a minimum number of archives to keep
- Uses Notification Center for post-backup notifications
- Visit System Preferences > Notifications to set your preferences
- Improved the reliability of Auto-Connect
- When unspecified, Auto-Connect now defaults to using SMB rather than AFP
- Added an option for checking disk's S.M.A.R.T. status
- Attempt to mount local volumes first before declaring them missing
- Optimized image assets for Retina displays
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