Default Folder 3.1.5 reviewDownload
Default Folder enhances all of the Open and Save dialogs in Mac OS 9 so that you can easily and quickly get to the folders you use most often.
Default Folder enhances all of the Open and Save dialogs in Mac OS 9 so that you can easily and quickly get to the folders you use most often. It also lets you set a default folder for any or all applications.
Default Folder automatically takes you to the folder you want, rather than having to find the same one every time you launch an application.
Here are some key features of "Default Folder":
Set up a default folder for any or all applications.
Switch quickly among recently used folders.
Easily navigate to your favorite folders.
Share common sets of recent and favorite folders between all Open and Save dialogs, including Navigation Services dialogs.
Click on a Finder window to display its contents.
See available disk space and switch between disks.
Open the folder shown in an Open or Save dialog in the Finder.
Create folders, get information (including changing name, type, and creator), and move items to the Trash from within file dialogs.
"Rebound" back to the last file you used.
Click on greyed-out filenames to enter a name in Save dialogs.
Make "Replace" the default option instead of "Cancel" when saving a file with the same name as an existing file.
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Corrected a bug that prevented Default Folder from adding a folder containing a double-clicked file to the Recent Folders list.
Default Folder will no longer disable Navigation Services in any Carbon application, regardless of the settings in Default Folder's preferences. Carbon applications require Navigation Services in order to function correctly.
Default Folder's recent folder menu now includes a "Forget recent folders" command.
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