Archive for October, 2007

Default Folder X Review at Surfbits

Tuesday, October 23rd, 2007

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 ­čÖé

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Default Folder X ready for Leopard

Tuesday, October 23rd, 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. ┬áAs 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. ┬áThis new, Leopard-savvy version will be seeing the light of day (or the glow of other users’ screens) soon. ┬áThe 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. ┬áSome screenshots are on the way…

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Whither the old News page?

Tuesday, October 23rd, 2007

If you’re looking for the old news page with all of the release notices and whatnot, it’s at http://www.stclairsoft.com/Main/whats_new.html. New release notices, screenshots, development news, and any other random tidbits will go here, on this nifty new WordPress-driven blog.

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