Control Center 2.1 Update

Control Center 2.1 Update
August 11, 2014 Oskar

I’ve received some great feature suggestions and helpful bug reports, most of which are now being addressed/implemented in this update.

Do you have any feature suggestions? Let me know! Want to report a bug? Check the Bug Report Topic

Control Center 2.1 Update:

  • Removed the Settings and Quit buttons from the bottom of Control Center. These options are now available from the menu bar item in the form of a dropdown menu
  • New Widget: GPU Monitor – Realtime monitor of GPU usage (currently Nvidia only)
  • Improved Widget: Battery Monitor – Now provides realtime graph of power usage
  • New setting: Auto Hide – automatically hide Control Center
  • New setting: Mouse Activation – show Control Center by bringing your mouse to the side of the screen
  • Improved touchpad controls: Added 2-finger gesture and improved filtering of unintended touches
  • Performance optimizations – Fixed memory leaks causing Control Center to use too much RAM
  • Fixed an issue causing incorrect vertical positioning when using multiple displays
  • Fixed an issue causing the Battery Monitor to not update regularly
  • Fixed an issue causing graphs from all widgets to reset if one widget was disabled
  • Fixed an issue causing some settings switches to not reflect changes properly
  • Fixed an issue with Control Center refusing to open or giving an error saying the app is damaged on OS X Yosemite

1 Comment

  1. martyn Hochkins 2 years ago

    Please could you explain why I am unable to switch off functions such as sleep mode and anti movement in the settings. Do you need to purchase app for this? MBP running Mavericks

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