Default Folder X is officially High Sierra-compatible

Beta testing is complete and Default Folder X 5.1.6 is now available! While the beta builds were all very stable, it’s been a bit of pushing and pulling behind the scenes to get everything working smoothly. There’s still one bug in High Sierra 10.13.0 that slows Default Folder X down a bit in some applications (like older versions of Pro Tools), but I’ve spoken to the Powers That Be at Apple and they should have it fixed in the 10.13.1 update.

There are also a slew of miscellaneous bug fixes as a result of all the testing (and good bug reporting – thanks to everyone that reported issues!). For a complete list, head over to theĀ Default Folder X release page. You’ll also find download links for English, Japanese, French, German and Danish installers.

2 Responses to “Default Folder X is officially High Sierra-compatible”

  1. Mostly 516 is behaving pretty well – no screen artifacts like with the beta – but several times a day Default Folder will hang for a good 30 seconds or more when opening a file. I’m too addicted to it now to just turn it off, so please hurry up with 517!

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