I posted about it here (yes, I need a blog!) https://www.facebook.com/4LSTA/posts/10154052744565574
mdfind "(kMDItemWhereFroms != '*google*') && (kMDItemWhereFroms != '')
&& (kMDItemWhereFroms != '*gmail*') && (kMDItemFSName == '*.zip')" -onlyin ~/Downloads
Bonus: You can perform the same filters from Spotlight searches -- see photo at https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10154054043670574&se... Just edit the list of available filters, there are many more than you might expect...
This was the top comment in the Dropbox Show HN thread:
"For a Linux user, you can already build such a system yourself quite trivially by getting an FTP account, mounting it locally with curlftpfs, and then using SVN or CVS on the mounted filesystem. From Windows or Mac, this FTP account could be accessed through built-in software"
Granted, 6 USD is not much, but I'm a broke student nonetheless.
mdls file -name kMDItemWhereFroms
It lets people try the app without risk of paying for something they don't like. If they like it, then they go to your website, or use the popup to get a license to upgrade to the 'pro' version which doesn't bug them, and has more features or something.
Question for the dev: any plans to fix this, or should I contact Apple for a refund? If it's a permanent restriction, I'd suggest putting a notice in the App Store description.
edit: Sorry if I came off a bit blunt, but something else was demanding my attention, so I just quickly commented on the issue without expanding much. :)
I should make one for myself and open source it.
And it's much cheaper than Hazel that i have been using for many years, so for those that don't need all the advanced stuff this is perfect!
When I run daisy disk, the folders with the most used space are Virtual Machines, Downloads, and Desktop