Default Folder X 5.1.4 – lots of little improvements

Version 5.1.4 of Default Folder X is out, and although this update doesn’t bring any big feature additions, it offers a bunch of internal improvements that make things more reliable. If you’re already using Default Folder X, just select “Check for Updates” from the Default Folder X menu in your menubar to get the new version.

And if you’ve experienced a crash in Default Folder X and submitted a crash log after it happened, thank you for taking the time to do so. That data really does help track down problems and get them fixed! If you’re having a problem that doesn’t result in a crash, contact us using the Tech Support page and we’ll do our best to get the issue resolved, whatever it happens to be.

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4 Responses to “Default Folder X 5.1.4 – lots of little improvements”

  1. jsbigs says:

    Do you have plans for an update that will work with Apple’s System Integrity Protection (SIP)? I also run TotalFinder; after Sierra’s release, it too required you to turn off SIP, but they just released an update that works with SIP turned on.

    • Jon says:

      Default Folder X 5 has worked with System Integrity Protection since its release in January of 2016.

      • jsbigs says:

        Ah, so it does. I must have updated to DFX 5 after updating to Sierra (and skipping El Capitan). Apologies!

        • Jon says:

          I’m sorry for the confusion – is there some way we can make compatibility clearer? it’s listed as Sierra-compatible in the “System Requirements” box on the product pages, but I guess that’s below the fold on the page.

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