David Sparks over at Surfbits has posted a nice review of Default Folder X, explaining how he can no longer deal with Macs that don’t have it installed. Always nice to hear we’ve got someone else addicted 🙂
Archive for October, 2007
To all those who are wondering (and haven’t emailed yet) – yes, Default Folder X 3.0.6 is mostly compatible with Leopard. It’ll run fine, but there are a few wrinkles – mainly that it doesn’t work with 64-bit applications. As far as I’m aware, that basically means it doesn’t work with Xcode – I don’t think there are any other 64-bit apps shipping yet (and yes, I know – if you’re a developer, Default Folder X not working in Xcode is still extremely annoying).
The good news is that I have a development build of Default Folder X 4 running in Leopard so I can get my own work done in Xcode. This new, Leopard-savvy version will be seeing the light of day (or the glow of other users’ screens) soon. The interface has been revamped, it uses QuickLook to generate nice previews that you can see even if you’re in ‘list mode’ in an Open dialog, and it fixes a few nigglety little things in Leopard. Some screenshots are on the way…