Version 3.2.2:

It is now possible to set (or override) layout variables from AppleScript or the command line. This is also useful when creating a disk image of non-application files; DropDMG would be unable to intuit the {$APP_BASENAME}, but you can still set it to whatever you want in your script and have it rendered into the layout.

The HybridFSArgs esoteric preference lets you control which filesystems DropDMG uses for hybrid .iso disk images.

Fixed a bug where sometimes creating a disk image failed if it contained a very large number of small files.

Fixed a bug where .iso files would sometimes be owned by root instead of the user.

Made various minor adjustments to the toolbar icons in the main window.

Added Japanese localization.


Intel/PPC, OS X 10.5.8 or later