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DropDMG 3.5.7

DropDMG for Mac は、フォルダやディスク全体を 1 つの圧縮ファイルにパックする OS X のディスクイメージを作成する最も簡単な方法です。 Mac ソフトウェアを配布するためのアップルの推奨フォーマットです。ディスクイメージは、その内容が Finder で直接アクセスできる唯一のアーカイブ形式です。フォルダやファイルをドラッグ&ドロップするだけです。または、既存のディスクイメージまたはアーカイブを DropDMG にドラッグして、サポートされているその他のフォーマットに変換したり、CD または DVD に書き込むことができます.

DropDMG for Mac は、署名付き、暗号化、およびセグメント化されたディスクイメージ、背景画像とカスタムボリュームアイコンを備えた WYSIWYG レイアウト。リッチテキストライセンス契約を複数の言語でサポートしています。多くの時間を節約する機能があり、AppleScript、コマンドライン、Automator.

DropDMG を使って自動化することもできます。
ファイルやフォルダをドラッグアンドドロップするだけで、DropDMG は自動的に何をするかを判断します:ディスクを作成する別の形式に変換したり、ファイルに結合したりすることができます。署名された.dmg ファイル、ローカライズされたソフトウェアライセンス契約、Retina に最適化された背景画像、アプリケーションフォルダへのリンク付きの正確なアイコンレイアウト、ボリュームアイコン。パスワードを割り当て、FileVault よりも柔軟性の高い暗号化されたディスクイメージを作成し、HFS + または APFS ファイルシステムで AES 暗号化を使用してファイルを保護します。未使用スペースを再利用するためのコンパクトなスパースディスクイメージ。圧縮された.dmg ファイル(Disk Utility&rsquo s より小さい)、新しい LZFSE 形式、.sparsebundle ファイル、.zip と.tar.gz アーカイブ、およびハイブリッドディスクイメージを含むすべての主要な形式をサポートします。バックアップとアーカイブを作成し、オフサイトの安全な保管のためにそれらを暗号化し、メディアが元のままであることを確認し、必要に応じて復元できるようにします。ファイル、フォルダ、またはディスクイメージを CD、DVD、または Blu-ray にすばやく書き込むことができます。 OS X のインストーラ DVD を書き込む。マルチセッションのサポートにより、既存の CD にファイルを追加することができます。 Apple Software Restore または Disk Utility を使用して復元するために最適化されたハードドライブ全体のデバイスイメージクローンを作成します。マルチコアプロセッサ向けに最適化され、複数のオペレーションを同時に実行するため、DropDMG がバックグラウンドで処理する間も作業を続けることができます。注:30 日間のトライアルバージョン、または 6 日以上の起動.8997423

ファイルのバージョン DropDMG 3.5.7
ファイル名 DropDMG-3.5.7.dmg
ファイルサイズ 16.6 MB
オペレーティングシステム Mac OS X 10.7 or later
ソフトウェアタイプ Trial
著者 C-Command Software
更新日 http://c-command.com/dropdmg/
更新時間 2019-09-04
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What's new in this version:

DropDMG 3.5.7
- If setting a disk image’s layout fails, DropDMG will now report a better error message that explains how to enable Automation access in System Preferences, rather than just mentioning error code -1743
- Worked around a Mac App Store bug that prevented setting disk image layouts when using macOS 10.14 or later
- Expanded the Signing section of the manual with more information about the different kinds of signing, as well as notarization
- Worked around a bug in macOS 10.13 and later that can corrupt a custom volume icon
- Worked around permissions error that could occur when converting a disk image to an archive on newer versions of macOS


DropDMG 3.5.6

- Added preliminary support for macOS 10.15 (which is now in beta)
- Worked around change in macOS 10.15 that could cause DropDMG to crash at launch
- The Software Update… installer now works on macOS 10.15. If you’ve already updated to macOS 10.15, you can use it to download the new version but will have to install it manually, as described in the Updating From a Previous Version section of the manual
- Worked around a macOS 10.15 bug where Finder didn’t save the window layout
- Finder in macOS 10.15 currently does not display custom volume icons
- macOS 10.15 removes support for Internet-enabled disk images, so DropDMG now makes that option unavailable when running on macOS 10.15
- The Expand Image Automator action doesn’t work on macOS 10.15 because macOS 10.15 support for Internet-enabled disk images has been removed
- Fixed a bug where DropDMG could crash when applying a layout if there had been a scripting error
- Updated the Command-line tool section of the manual
- Updated to Xcode 10.2


DropDMG 3.5.5

- The Create macOS Install Disk command now pre-downloads any required assets from Apple’s servers so that the install disk contains everything that you need to install macOS
- Added instructions for Creating a DropDMG Quick Action in macOS 10.14’s Finder
- DropDMG now supports the Hardened Runtime on macOS 10.14
- DropDMG is now notarized by Apple
- Improved the Security & Privacy Access instructions
- DropDMG now reports a helpful error message if the dropdmg command-line tool fails because its parent process doesn’t have Automation access to control DropDMG on macOS 10.14
- Added AppendToNameWhenConverting to the esoteric preferences
- The license agreement editor now uses a darker background color in Dark Mode to match the disk image mounter
- Improved the appearance of the log detail drawer in Dark Mode
- The About window now includes a link to the privacy policy and has an updated layout
- Worked around a bug in macOS 10.14 where the font and color buttons in the license agreement editor didn’t show their text because the images were too large


DropDMG 3.5.4

- macOS 10.14 has new data protection features that require the user to specifically grant applications such as DropDMG access to do certain things. In general, you will want to grant DropDMG Automation access for Finder and possibly Full Disk Access as well. This is further explained in the Security & Privacy Access section of the manual
- Added support for Dark Mode on macOS 10.14
- Improved the quality of the generated volume icons on macOS 10.14
- If the LayouterCheckViewOptions esoteric preference is set, DropDMG now checks and re-applies the icon positions
- When creating a disk image with a custom icon or layout (or using the AlwaysUseSlowPath esoteric preference), DropDMG now works around a bug in macOS 10.13 that could prevent icon files from being invisible
- Worked around a bug in macOS 10.13 that could prevent keyboard input after closing the Help menu
- Worked around a bug in macOS 10.13.4 that could cause an internal error when locating DropDMG’s data files
- Worked around a bug in macOS 10.14 that prevented recent destination folders from being saved
- Worked around a bug in macOS 10.14 that prevented license agreements from being added to a disk image
- Fixed a bug where creating a disk image could fail if DropDMG was given a symlink
- Fixed a bug where converting an encrypted disk image to another encrypted format would fail with an authentication error if you were changing the password at the same time
- Fixed some drawing glitches with the Activity window on macOS 10.14

Improved the following sections of the manual:
- Convert Image/Archive…
- New Blank Disk Image…
- Protecting Your Files With Encryption


DropDMG 3.5.3
- The Compact Image… command is now available as a toolbar button
- Updated the Mount Image… and New Blank Disk Image… sections of the manual
- Fixed a bug that could cause an internal error when using the Destination pop-up menu
- Updated the Italian localization


DropDMG 3.5.2
- Indicators for the supported macOS version in DropDMG’s pop-up menus are once again right-aligned on macOS 10.13, thanks to an OS bug fix
- Fixed a bug where a misleading error message would be presented if a secure connection could not be made to the software update server
- Updated the Making Images With Background Pictures section of the manual
- Updated the Italian localization


DropDMG 3.5.1
- DropDMG is now 64-bit only and requires macOS 10.7 or later
- Updated the Making a Bootable Device Image of a Hard Drive and Restoring Files and Disks sections of the manual for macOS 10.13
- Worked around a bug in macOS 10.13 that could corrupt auto-generated volume icon files
- Worked around a macOS error when creating a device image of an APFS volume by instead creating the device image of the entire APFS container
- Worked around a Finder bug that could mess up the status bar state after creating a disk image
- Modernized the task code for macOS 10.13
- Fixed a bug where device image files could be owned by the root user
- Fixed a bug where DropDMG would unnecessarily regenerate supplied volume icon files
- Fixed a bug where there was some extraneous text in the man page
- Updated the Chinese, French, and German localizations


DropDMG 3.5
- The Create macOS Install Disk command can now create a bootable install disk on a hard drive, USB stick, SD card, or disk image. This makes it easy to create test macOS installations from downloaded installers, reinstall the OS, repair your Mac’s drive, or restore from a backup. (Previously, the Create macOS Install Disk command handled burning OS installers to DVD)
- Disk image layouts now support the 96×96 icon size
- DropDMG is now compatibile with beta versions of macOS 10.13 High Sierra. In particular, there were a bunch of changes to APFS that prevented previous versions of DropDMG from working properly
- Made some changes to the New Blank Disk Image… interface and documentation to reflect the current status of APFS
- Worked around some bugs in macOS 10.13 that could cause errors when creating a disk image with a layout. It is possible that the window’s status bar and toolbar will not be correctly hidden, but at least now you can create images
- Added the How can I back up my DropDMG data? section of the manual
- Made various improvements to the diagnostic reporter


DropDMG 3.4.6

- The New Blank Disk Image… command now supports case-insensitive APFS (requires macOS 10.12.4 or later). This can be used for testing Mac apps on a file system that is Unicode normalization-preserving, but not normalization-sensitive
- The Save Diagnostic Report… command in the Help menu now works with all versions of macOS that DropDMG supports
- Made the task code more robust
- Made various internal code modernizations
- Documentation and Help menu links to c-command.com now use https instead of http
- Updated the Japanese localization

Improved the following sections of the manual:
- Create macOS Install Disk
- Layouts
- Making Images With Background Pictures


DropDMG 3.4.5
- Worked around a bug in macOS 10.12.2 that caused a garbage character to be displayed in various pop-up menus
- DropDMG no longer posts to Notification Center for operations that complete less than a minute after being queued. This should help make sure that the banners/alerts that you do see are genuinely useful
- Made some changes to reduce the time it takes to open the Preferences window
- Logging is more robust on macOS 10.12
- Updated the German localization


DropDMG 3.4.4
- Fixed a regression that could cause a crash when creating a disk image with a layout on Mac OS X 10.10 or earlier
- Fixed a regression where the System Fonts pop-up menu didn’t work
- The new Save Diagnostic Report… command in the Help menu provides an easier way of recording error logs and other information to send to technical support (requires macOS 10.12)
- Updated the Burn… and Signing sections of the manual
- DropDMG now removes the Show Tab Bar menu item and associated functionality on macOS 10.12, since they don’t make sense for its user interface
- Worked around a problem with unexpected title bar accessory views
- Fixed a bug where DropDMG could incorrectly log an error about the Mac App Store receipt
- Improved the logging code
- Updated to Xcode 8.1


DropDMG 3.4.3
- Worked around a bug in the macOS 10.12 Finder that could cause an error when creating a disk image with a layout
- Worked around a change in macOS 10.12 that prevented the Always run with root access option from working
- DropDMG’s layout variables now work for .scptd files
- DropDMG now uses the new os_log subsystem on macOS 10.12
- Worked around a change in the macOS 10.12 Finder that could cause icons to be displayed in the wrong locations if you had enabled the hidden AppleShowAllFiles Finder preference
- Worked around a badly worded OS certificate error when checking for a software update
- Improved DropDMG’s logging of Scripting Bridge errors
- Made some changes to prevent Core Data from logging internal errors on macOS 10.12


DropDMG 3.4.2
- Removed support for creating .xip archives because macOS 10.12 can no longer expand .xip files not created by Apple. DropDMG will change configurations using .xip to .zip. Going forward, Apple recommends using signed .dmg files
- Renamed “Mac OS X” to “macOS” throughout the app and documentation
- Updated to Xcode 8
- Added the Sending in Crash Log Files section of the manual
- Updated the Spanish localization


DropDMG 3.4.1
- The Signing menu now groups the identities to make it clearer which type you should choose for .dmg files vs. .xip files. If no valid Developer ID identity is found, it tells you how to get one
- Updated the Dutch, French, German, Italian, and Portuguese localizations


DropDMG 3.4
- Added support for creating disk images that are signed for Gatekeeper, as Apple now recommends that Mac applications be distributed on signed disk images (requires Mac OS X 10.11.5 or later). Unsigned disk images are subject to Gatekeeper Path Randomization. This is described in the Signing section of the manual
- Added support for the .xip archive format, which lets you create secure archives that are signed for Gatekeeper (requires Mac OS X 10.8 or later)
- Added the Verify Signature… command for checking disk images and .xip archives to make sure they are correctly signed (requires Mac OS X 10.11.5 or later)
- The New Blank Disk Image… command now lets you choose the File System, which can be any variant of HFS+ as well as Apple File System (APFS), Apple’s experimental next-generation file system for 2017. This feature is particularly useful for developers who want to test that their apps work properly on each file system
- On macOS 10.12, DropDMG no longer shows its Select Next Tab and Select Previous Tab menu items because they duplicate the new system ones
- Made various code modernizations
- If getting authorization fails, DropDMG now reports the command that it was attempting to execute
- The distribution disk image is now signed
- Updated the Sending in an Error Report section of the manual
- Renamed “Mac OS X” to “macOS” throughout the app and documentation
- Updated the Chinese, French, and Portuguese localizations

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