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EasyFind 2.8
Jun 28, 2003 02:00PM
Contributed by: DEVONtechnologie
http://www.devon-technologies.com/freeware.php
Download: 170KB .tgz Archive

EasyFind is an alternative to or supplement of Sherlock and finds files, folders or contents in any file without the need for indexing -- and therefore immediately. This is especially useful if you are tired of slow or impossible indexing, outdated or corrupted indices or if you are just looking for missing features like case sensitive or insensitive search, boolean operators, wildcards or searching for phrases. In addition, EasyFind uses multithreading and is therefore very responsive even with multiple search processes running, provides contextual menus and Mac OS X services and displays the location of each item in a separate column for a better overview. Finally EasyFind uses little memory, supports drag-and-drop and the clipboard and optionally finds invisible items or items within packages.

- New preference to scan all file contents regardless of file extension or HFS type
- New option to search only for folders
- New sort "by Kind" option
- Contextual menus only contain enabled items/submenus (according to Apple's Human Interface Guidelines)
- Closing the preferences panel did not apply new settings


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