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MacPilot 12.0.6 released!

Version 12.0.6 (Pre-Release) – December 19, 2020
Requirements: This version requires at least macOS 11.0/10.16 (Big Sur).
Upgrade Notes: This upgrade is free for users owning an active subscription or a non-subscription "lifetime license." No action is required other than downloading the new version from our web site and unlocking as normal with an e-mail address. For all other users, orders for the current version can be purchased on our web site.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Now launches on macOS Big Sur and has basic compatibility. We are still in the process of verifying all the features still work, adding new ones, and updating the UI. We anticipate the full 12.1 release shortly after Big Sur is officially released. This will be a free update for all customers owning the 12.0 pre-release.
New Feature: Ability to strip archs from binaries that are not arm64 (Apple Silicon).
New Feature: Can now drop files into the File Browser list to change the current directory and select it in the editor.
Modification: Label colors in the File Browser no longer draw with glass appearance.
Modification: Updated Help tooltip info.
Modification: Updated helper tools to be native on Apple Silicon/arm64.
Bug Fix: No longer shows Erase Free Space on APFS volumes as Apple does not support this feature.
Bug Fix: Restored ability to add Recents stack to the left/right side of the Dock.
Bug Fix: Dictionaries now parse correctly to human readable format in Additional Disk Info.
Bug Fix: Corrupt preferences search list now uses proper OS style.
Bug Fix: Fixed stall on startup caused by software update checking.
Bug Fix: Search text field no longer appears grey inside until it is focused. White initially as it should be.
Bug Fix: Selected color now respects on the fly OS changes without having to reboot the application.
Bug Fix: Corrected location of tccutil on Big Sur to load Privacy settings under Maintenance.
Bug Fix: Memory section under System Profile no longer yields any information on systems with new Apple Silicon unified memory.

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