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gsgengineering.com

 Tel: 479-466-7113

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West Fork, Arkansas 72774


Written by Jon Gotow

Updated

June 29, 2010 Version 4.3.9

What is Default Folder X?

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. Custom keyboard

shortcuts put your favorite and recent folders at your fingertips. Pop-up menus let you navigate your folders and open Finder windows. Open, save, and get back to work: Default Folder X is workflow for the rest of us.
1. Navigate through folders with menus. You no longer have to navigate one folder at a time. With Default Folder X's hierarchical menus, you can quickly descend through multiple levels of folders without clicking your time away.

2. Open from or Save to windows you have open in the Finder. Simply click on the window you want and the Open or Save dialog will display that folder. If you can't click on the window you want, a popup menu lets you choose from any window you have open in the Finder.

3. Quickly go to recently used and favorite folders. Default Folder X's menus track folders you've used recently and give you fast access to your favorite folders. You can even assign command keys to your favorites to get to them even faster.

4. Rename, delete, archive, and get information on files and folders without leaving a file dialog. Default Folder X provides many useful commands so you don't have to leave the Open or Save dialog to do something basic like renaming a file.

5. "Rebound" back to the last item that you selected in a folder. You no longer have to hunt through a list of files for a particular document you were working on before. Choose Open from the File menu, and it's already selected.

Baskerville is a classic font with a modern twist. It’s easy to read on screens of every shape and size, and perfect for long blocks of text.

 

 Default Folder X User's Manual twist. It’s easy to read on screens of every shape and size, and perfect for long blocks of text.

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