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Default Folder X 4.0.6

Save time by going to commonly used folders automatically.


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Total downloads: 320
  • Last Updated: Jul 6, 2008
  • License: Shareware 34.95
  • OS: Mac OS X
  • Requirements: For Mac OS X 10.4 or higher

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Default Folder X is a Desktop Utilities software developed by St. Clair Software. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for Default Folder X:

Edit By BS Editor: The Default column width in column view is Now set based on the width of the rightmost column of files in the last file dialog you used. So whatever size you use for the rightmost column will become the size of all columns in subsequent dialogs in that application.

Fixed a bug that caused Default Folder X's command-option-F shortcut to be ignored in Carbon applications running on Mac OS 10.4.

Corrected a bug that could cause DFX to leave its preview or Spotlight window onscreen after you dismiss a file dialog. This problem was observed in Kodak Preps and Web Confidential.

Fixed a bug that could result in DFX leaving all of its windows and controls on-screen in some apps after a file dialog is dismissed.

Fixed dialog resizing so that if you switch computers or monitors, file dialogs will be made smaller to fit the current screen if necessary.

Corrected a problem that made Default Folder X's preferences not work when moved between Intel and PPC machines.

Resolved a crash that occurred when popping up the DFX menu in the Dock while a shared Parallels volume was on the Desktop.

Eliminated the cause of a crash that occasionally occurred in Quark Xpress.
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