Default Folder X 4.6.3 includes fixes for several problems, the biggest of which was the propensity for some applications (like InDesign, Pro Tools and Word) to start their Open or Save dialogs in the wrong folder. In addition, it gives Default Folder X’s SetSaveName AppleScript command the ability to understand UTF-8 text and fixes a bug that caused the popup path menu in Save dialogs to disappear in Mac OS 10.8.5.
This version also works reliably on Mac OS 10.6.8 – though Snow Leopard users should be aware that it does not support PowerPC applications. If you’re still running old PowerPC apps in Rosetta, stick with Default Folder X 4.5.12.
You can get the new version from the Default Folder X release page.