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|Get File Path 1.8|
|Dec 16, 2002 11:32AM|
Download: 700k Stuffit Archive
Get File Path is a file utility to copy to the clipboard the path of a file or folder dropped on it, after automatic application of various programmable transformations.
You want to be able with a single drag and drop or a single click to get or copy in the clipboard the path of a file or a folder? You don't want to send full files to your colleagues by email but just a link to work on the same documents and not on copies? Then Get File Path is what you need!
- It works with any kind of file (applications, documents, folders, ...).
- It uses pattern matching to copy and transform the name, and/or the path, and/or the parent folder path of the dropped file.
- It can automatically insert other characters and tags during the copy, which is usefull to create links for example.
- It remembers the last pattern used.
- It can automatically resolve aliases (files and paths).
- It can use Unix paths as well as Mac paths.
- It can copy the result to the clipboard or to an edit field.
- It can automatically quit afterwards.
- It remembers window last position at launch.
- It takes very little memory, CPU and disk space.
- It doesn't need any installation nor configuration, which makes it very easy to use.
- It is compatible with Extended Software Updater.
Read the whole documentation for more details...
- An inline help has been added.
- You can choose to automatically resolve aliases (files and paths).
- The documentation has been updated.
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