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Default Folder X 1.0.1
Feb 20, 2002 08:03AM
Contributed by:
http://www.stclairsoft.com/DefaultFolderX/
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For years, Default Folder has helped speed Macintosh users through the process of opening, saving, and managing files. With the advent of Mac OS X, the familiar Open and Save dialogs seem to have taken a giant leap backwards. In native Carbon applications, you can no longer even type a file name to select it in a file dialog! Default Folder X fixes this, and many other problems.

Default Folder X makes your life easier with the following enhancements:

* It lets you type file names
* It shows you where you are
* It gives you access to windows you have open in the Finder
* It quickly takes you to recently used and favorite folders
* It lets you rename, delete, and get information on files and folders without leaving the file dialog
* It "rebounds" back to the last item that you selected in a folder
* It opens folders for you in the Finder


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