Air Explorer 2.5.2, new version

AIR EXPLORER 2.6.0new version

List of changes:

-Fixed in OneDrive for Business a new version of the file with the origin date was automatically created after each upload.
-New panel with a pie chart to show the used and free space more clearly.
-Renaming a file with the name encrypted will encrypt the new name if the option “Encrypt uploads” is enabled.
-Fixed mail.com
-Fixed uploading files to OneDrive with a # in the name.
-Fixed error changing the speeds limits.
-Fixed sort by name with encrypted file names.
-Updated Korean translation (Thanks to JaeHyung).
-Updated Japanese translation (Thanks to Tilt).
-Updated Hungarian translation (thanks to SEDATIVE).

Air Explorer 1.6.0. for Mac, new version

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List of changes:

-Fixed compatibility issues with OS X Mojave.
-Fixed icons and texts were not correctly displayed in some computers.
-Fixed in OneDrive for Business a new version of the file with the origin date was automatically created after each upload.
-Added option to encrypt file names.
-Prevent slow or broken downloads when computer sleeps.

Air Explorer vs. Air Live Drive

Air Explorer shows your cloud files from different clouds in its own interface. This interface is optimized for accessing cloud servers (it has tabs, and a split screen to transfer files).

Air Live Drive mounts your clouds as disk drives in your computer. It allows you to use your usual tools or programs directly on the files in the cloud.

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Air Explorer has other features, it allows to encrypt files, schedule automatic file transfers, synchronize folders, view and restore old file versions, etc. It has better upload and download performance since it control the full process instead of using the Windows File explorer as Air Live Drive does.

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So if you prefer to have your clouds as disk drives in your computer and use them as you are used to do with the local drives go for Air Live Drive, if you want to manage the files in your clouds with better performance, synchronization and more features go for Air Explorer.

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Many of our customers use both.

Air Explorer 2.5.1 new version

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List of changes:

-Fixed, in some computers it was not possible to add Dropbox accounts.
-Fixed downloading files from a folder in mail.ru if its name contains #.
-Updated Russian translation (thanks to Timofey).
-Updated Chinese translation (thanks to GT Wang).
-Updated Korean translation (Thanks to JaeHyung).
-Updated Japanese translation (Thanks to Tilt).

Air Explorer for Mac 1.5.1, new version

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List of changes:

-Now it is possible to transfer from Mega to other clouds.
-Fixed, some Mega accounts could not login.
-Fixed, some Naver accounts could not login.
-Fixed, some pCloud accounts could not login.
-Fixed error connecting to SFTP server using not the default port.
-Fixed uploading 0 bytes size files to pCloud.
-Increased upload speeds for Box, OneDrive, Dropbox.
-Option to download big files in parallel chunks to get a much better download speed in high speed Internet connections. This option is only for Pro users. The server supporting this feature are Dropbox, Box, OneDrive and pCloud.
-Fixed issue comparing file names. It could cause a conflict upload error on Box.

Air Explorer 2.5.0 new version

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List of changes:

-Now it is possible to transfer from Mega to other clouds.
-Fixed, some Mega accounts could not login.
-Fixed, some Naver accounts could not login.
-Fixed, some pCloud accounts could not login.
-Option to download big files in parallel chunks to get a much better download speed in high speed Internet connections. This option is only for Pro users. The server supporting this feature are Dropbox, Box, OneDrive and pCloud.
-Increased upload speeds for Box, Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive.
-New setting for Box accounts to specify the number of chunks that will be uploaded in parallel.
-Fixed issue comparing file names. It could cause a conflict upload error on Box.
-Fixed error connecting to SFTP server using not the default port.
-Fixed downloading files from a folder in mail.ru with a dot at the end of the name.
-New macro {DATETIME} to include the date and the time in the command line logs file name or synchronization reports, until now only {DATE} was available.
Fixed uploading 0 bytes size files to pCloud.
-Updated Italian translation (thanks to Alex).
-Updated Chinese translation (thanks to GT Wang).
-Updated Polish translation (Thanks to Janusz).
-Updated Hungarian translation (thanks to SEDATIVE).
-Updated Russian translation (thanks to Timofey).
-Updated Japanese translation (Thanks to Tilt).
-Updated Korean translation (Thanks to JaeHyung).
-Updated Malay translation (Thanks to Molokal).

Schedule synchronizations in Air Explorer for Mac

In the last version of Air Explorer for Mac, we have added the command line support. Thanks to it, you can schedule tasks like synchronizations, copy files, move files between clouds,…
If you want to schedule a synchronization task with Air Explorer, here you have the  instructions to do it.
Firts of all, you have to create a synchronization in Air Explorer and save it with a name, for example “MySync1″

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In Air Explorer options you have to enable command line suport and write a command line password, ej: mypass
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Open the command line screen from Air Explorer: View/Command line
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You can run the  synchronization with the command runsavedsync, ex:
‘/Applications/Air Explorer.app/Contents/MacOS/Air Explorer’ runsavedsync MySync1 /password=mypass
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If it was executed well, now we have to schedule it. For this, we have to create a task using “Automator”. You can find this in “Applications” on the Dock of your Mac. Then click “Automator” to launch Apple’s native program for automating tasks.
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The Automator window appears, then you have to click “Application” to create a new empty Automator application window.
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A list of actions appears in the library in the left pane of the Automator window. You have to search “Run Shell Script” and double click on.
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Paste your synchronization command we used before. You can click on Run if you wish to test it again.
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Now, you have to save the automator task (File/ Save) in a folder (ex: Documents) and give it a name, ex: MySync1
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Then, you can close automator.
To schedule the Automator task we can use Calendar or another external tool like Scheduler.
Option 1: using Calendar:
Open Calendar and “Add new event”, give it a name, for example MySync1, change repeat period, for example “Every day” and the start time depending on when you want to run the synchronization, in Alert select “Custom…”, select “open file”, select “other” to select the file you saved with the automator. Select “At time of the event”.
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Now the task is ready, the first time it will run it will ask for permission.
Option 2: using Scheduler
Download and install Scheduler from here:
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Open “Scheduler” and select File/New Launch.

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Set the time when you want to run the synchronization.
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In Application or applet to launch, you have to browse to select the file saved with the Automator.
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Check “Repeat” if you want to run the synchronization for example every day and finally click OK.

5 tips to work with OneDrive in Air Explorer

Air Explorer supports more than 20 clouds, one of them is OneDrive. Work with OneDrive in Air Explorer is very easy and you can take advantage of all its features.

Remember that in the latest  Air Explorer version we have updated the Onedrive API and to use the new features you must delete your Onedrive account and add it again.

1.Add more than one account of OneDrive.

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2.Share link of OneDrive files from Air Explorer.

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3.Recover old versions of your files with the History feature.

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4.Encrypt your files when you upload them to OneDrive.

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5.Share folder with your collaborators and work in group.

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