Cocoatech reports, “After much toil, sweat, coffee, and other stimulants we are proud to announce that the next major update to Path Finder is now available!”
Path Finder is an award-winning file browser and management application for Mac OS X. If you’ve ever wished Apple’s Finder just did “feature X” or “Y,”, Path Finder may be what you’ve been looking for.
Designed from the ground up for speed and extensive system integration, Path Finder is a standalone application that leverages what already know about working with your files.
Path Finder takes the Finder’s familiar interface and adds numerous powerful features and interface innnovations to help anyone be more productive on Mac OS X.
Path Finder 5.0 has been extensively rewritten to take advantage of new Mac OS X 10.5 technologies.
New features include: dual pane browser, cut and paste support, a completely overhauled Leopard-friendly interface, versatile Coverflow support, and tons, including:
• “QuickLook” support
• Use Path Finder as your “Default File viewer”
• Per-Folder settings
• Subversion plugin
• Operations as Superuser
• Application Launcher
• Advanced tabbrowsing (Tab Sets, Combine as Tabs, drag-reorder, vertical tabs, etc)
• Bookmarks bar
• Reload button
• Size browser
• Drop Stack
• Select tool
• Find window, and filter inside the browser
• Integrated Stuffit Engine
• Create and Convert Disk Images
• Customize menu keyboard shortcuts
• Integrated Terminal
• Smart Sorting
Path Finder 5.0 is available as free 30-day download (full license is US$39.95, upgrades are $19.95).
More info and download link here.
MacDailyNews Take: The dual pane browser alone… We get verklempt.