Default Folder X 5.1.2

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  Name: Default Folder X
Version: X 5.1.2

Mac Platform:
Intel, 64-bit processor
OS X 10.10 or later

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Save your files effortlessly and open your folders instantly.
Default Folder X makes Mac OS X's Open and Save dialogs work as quickly as you do.

Well, in a nutshell, everything. This is a complete rewrite of Default Folder X from top to bottom. El Capitan's System Integrity Protection requires that version 5 work completely differently from version 4, and with such major architectural changes it didn't make sense to carry over the code-base from the old version. And you've been wondering why it took me a month longer than I expected to get to this point...

While some things are no longer feasible from a technical standpoint, nearly all of the features of version 4 are included, plus:

Tracking of recent files as well as recent folders.
Support for tabbed Finder windows in the Finder-click feature.
Default folders that can be applied by file extension as well as by application.
An integrated menu in the Finder's toolbar.
Configurable keyboard shortcuts.
Custom menu configurations (as soon as I get the UI done, anyway).
File / folder tagging with draggable recent tags.
More information displayed for selected files.
A new drag & drop sidebar for quick access to files and folders (this is still a work in progress).
A much better user interface for settting preferences, adding favorites and setting default folders.

Version 5.1.2:

Fixed a bug that could cause spurious crashes

Corrected a problem that could cause Default Folder X to use more memory than it should

Fixed a crash that occurred when you attempted to perform an operation (duplicate, move, copy, etc) on a broken alias

Turned off HockeyApp metrics reporting so Default Folder X no longer contacts or

Updated to version 1.15.1 of the Sparkle automatic update checking framework

Version 5.1.1:

Eliminated a conflict with DwellClick.

Version 5.1:

Feature Enhancements

New Move, Copy and Make Alias commands let you reorganize your files from within Open and Save dialogs.

You can change a file's creation and modification dates by clicking on them in the Info panel below Open dialogs.

Selecting an item from one of Default Folder X's menus while holding the Command key will reveal it in the Finder.

Default Folder X can create folders in your Library folder for Favorites, Recent Folders and Recent Files. They contain aliases to the folders and files shown in Default Folder X's menus, and can be used as a way to access Default Folder X's data from other applications. You can turn this on in the Options tab of your Default Folder X preferences.

You can now set keyboard shortcuts to switch between folder sets.

Bug Fixes

Corrected several bugs that could result in Default Folder X mysteriously disappearing from the menubar.

Fixed reliability issues when changing between folders while the system is busy.

Fixed a bug that could result in tags and comments not being applied when setting them in a Save dialog.

Eliminated a hang that occurred when you had two Finder windows open, both showing the same folder, and tried to use a keyboard shortcut to go to the folder shown in the next Finder window.

When switching to iCloud in Default Folder X's Computer menu, you're now taken to the iCloud Drive folder rather than the root iCloud folder.

Corrected a bug that caused the Drag Zone to show duplicate copies of items and could also make those items impossible to remove.

Changing the "Locked" checkbox in the Info panel will no longer prevent you from unlocking a file or folder later.

After trashing a file or folder, the file listing in the file dialog will update immediately to show the change.

Eliminated crashes caused by Default Folder X's helper services failing to run.

Fixed a problem with Default Folder X warning you multiple times when you remove its menu from the menubar.

Corrected problems displaying the names of folders that contained a single quotation mark.

Fixed a problem with file dialogs flickering when dismissing a modal alert.

The Folder Sets menu no longer gets confused when you delete a folder set.

Added a way to save debug logs so we can bypass Sierra's terrible Console logs.

Compatibility Fixes

Default Folder X's controls will no longer overlap Keyboard Maestro windows that pop up while a file dialog is showing.

Corrected a problem where Default Folder X wouldn't remove its controls when a popup menu popped up.

Worked around a bug in Sierra that would cause sheet-style file dialogs to be the wrong size if Default Folder X was used to save and restore their sizes.

Added support for PDF Studio.


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