Word Counter Pro and Raw Dog XML Viewer both support the Touch Bar on the new MacBook Pro. The screenshots below were taken on a Mac that does not have a Touch Bar, however, you can see a visual representation of what the Touch Bar will look like while running these apps via the Touch Bar simulator.
Word Counter Pro now supports the Touch Bar on the new MacBook Pro.
Raw Dog XML Viewer now supports the Touch Bar on the new MacBook Pro.
Current Directory Window for Terminal has been released on the App Tyrant Store. Current Directory Window for Terminal allows you to launch a Terminal window or Terminal tab from Finder with the current working directory set to the directory that is currently being displayed in Finder.
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If you want to bring back File Cabinet Pro’s sidebar after closing it, all you have to do is use the following keyboard shortcut: Command+Option+S when File Cabinet Pro’s window is frontmost. If you have a MacBook Pro with a Touch Bar you can alternatively use the sidebar button in the Touch Bar.
File Cabinet Pro is the file manager for the macOS menubar. Want to try the app before you buy? Now you can! Try File Cabinet Pro for free by downloading File Cabinet Lite on the Mac App Store. When you open File Cabinet Lite, a 30 day free trial period of File Cabinet Pro will start. Learn more about File Cabinet Pro here.
Note: Following this tutorial is only necessary if you purchased the Mac App Store version of File Cabinet Pro. If you purchased File Cabinet Pro from AppTyrant.com, opening a folder alias will automatically work.
If you purchased File Cabinet Pro from the Mac App Store, you may have noticed that you cannot open a folder alias directly within the app. If you double click an alias folder in File Cabinet Pro, it will say “Empty Folder” in the window even if the directory is not empty. It would be reasonable to assume that this is a bug in File Cabinet Pro; it is not.
So why does this happen?
This happens because Apple requires all apps sold on the Mac App Store to be sandboxed. The sandbox, as of macOS 10.12.1, prevents an application from accessing the contents of a folder alias; this behavior may or may not be a bug in macOS (that is for Apple to decide).
If you want to workaround this restriction, follow the steps below:
1) Launch File Cabinet Pro and bring up the app’s main window.
2) Open a document using one of File Cabinet Pro’s built-in document editors so the application’s menubar shows up.
3) In File Cabinet Pro’s menubar, click on the “Help” menu and then select the “Grant Permission for Alias Folders” menu item to bring up an open panel.
4) In the open panel select a directory to grant File Cabinet Pro permission to access the contents of that directory. After you select a directory, File Cabinet Pro will be able to open a folder alias if the original folder the alias points to resides within the directory you chose in the open panel. If you want to grant the app permission to open folder aliases for folders anywhere on your Mac, choose your hard disk (typically named “Macintosh HD”) in the open panel.
File Cabinet Pro version 3.3.3 has been released for macOS.
-You can now change the default view type on application launch in Settings.
-You can now use the Control+Command+1 keyboard shortcut to arrange files by name.
-You can now use the Control+Command+5 keyboard shortcut to arrange files by modified date.
-You can now use the Control+Command+8 keyboard shortcut to arrange files by date created.