Allows you to ensure Flume launches every time you restart your Mac or log-in to your user account.
Flume supports the following languages:
Adjusting the language will adjust all user-interface elements, as well as content that is returned from Instagram directly, such as the language of activity notifications, and error messages.
Choose between three options:
The Flume icon will be displayed in the macOS Dock when running.
The Flume icon will be displayed in the macOS Dock when running, and in the Menu Bar's status item area.
Clicking on the status bar icon will toggle the windows front-most status, similar to Global show/hide window keyboard shortcut.
** To access Flume's preferences in "Menu bar only" mode, right-click on Flume's icon in the Menu Bar.
Enable or disable user-interface sound effects (such as when refreshing content with the "pull-to-refresh" method, or clicking on buttons).
Enable or disable Flume's windows to float above all other windows on the screen. Large Preview windows will display above all other Flume windows regardless of this option.
When clicking on web links in comments, captions, messages, or using the
Open in browser… menu item, the default web-browser will open the selected link. When this option is enabled, the web-browser opens the link in the background and Flume does not lose focus.
Allows you to configure a custom Keyboard Shortcut that can be triggered whenever Flume is open, that will display or hide the Flume main window quickly. If Flume is not currently open, no action will be performed.
When the Show icon in option is set to
Menu bar only or
Dock and menu bar, clicking on the status bar icon will also toggle the windows front-most status.
Displays the current size of the local database and image cache. This cache is automatically cleared by Flume when it reaches 300MB, when all accounts are logged out, or manually by pressing the
Empty Caches button.
Toggles the visibility of the menu item in the macOS Menu Bar.