Default Folder X attaches a toolbar to the right side of the Open and Save dialogs in any OS X-native application. The toolbar gives you fast access to various folders and commands. You just click on the buttons to go to your favorite and recently used folders, manage the folders and files shown in the list, and make changes to your settings. It also fixes a number of problems in Open and Save dialogs, “rebounding” to the last selected file, putting the path listing back in the top menu, and correcting bugs in scrolling column views.
- Directory assistant: You can access the contents of your recent, favorite, and open folders right from Default Folder X’s toolbar.
- Real time saving: If you’re constantly saving things inside the same folder, Default Folder X can remember that folder for you.
- Finder management: Default Folder X lets you open up or save to any Finder window with a single click.
- Instant Recall: To help you quickly return to folders you’ve recently used, Default Folder X remembers them for you.
- Spotlight on the spot: Default Folder X lets you add Spotlight keywords, OpenMeta tags, and Finder labels on the spot, while you’re still in the Save dialog.
- Information central: With Default Folder X you get previews below every Open dialog, expanded to fill the available space. Need to see more detail? Click on the image and it zooms up to full size.
- Workflow without work: Rather than make you learn and set up a new application, Default Folder X blends into OS X.
- The Finder-click feature will now show the correct folders after you switch Spaces.
- Fixed a conflict with SteerMouse (and possibly other utilities that modify mouse behavior) that could cause file dialogs to hang and the cursor to disappear.
- Finder-click was mistakenly disabled if you had a Keyboard Maestro palette on-screen. This has been fixed.
- Corrected the limits on minimum file dialog size so you can enter large sizes in the Additional Settings dialog.
- Fixed the tabs in Preferences > Folders so that the non-active tab doesn't appear to be disabled.
OS X 10.10 or later, 64-bit processor