File Cabinet Pro version 4.8 has been released for macOS.
-You can now copy the pathnames of selected files to the clipboard using the Option+Command+C keyboard shortcut. You can also perform this action from the pop up menu by selecting files and right clicking, then hold down the option key to expose the “Copy as Pathname” menu item in the pop up menu.
File Cabinet Pro version 4.7 has been released for macOS.
-You can now change the sort policy by clicking a column header in list view; clicking the same header multiple times in a row toggles between ascending and descending order.
-When changing the sort policy from File Cabinet Pro’s context menu, you can now choose a sort policy in descending order by holding down the option key to expose an alternate list of menu items.
-You can now optionally show a “Date Last Opened” and a “Date Created” column in list view. If you wish to show these new columns, right click on the header in list view to unhide them using the context menu.
If you have a sort policy set and the metadata of a file shown changes, File Cabinet Pro will now adjust the order of files to preserve the integrity of the current sort policy if necessary.
File Cabinet Pro version 4.2 has been released for macOS.
-This update introduces the “File Cabinet Pro Document Creator” Finder extension. You can create new text documents in the current Finder window and open them in File Cabinet Pro’s text editor. To use this new feature, you have to enable the extension in System Preferences under the “Extensions” tab.
-Fixed issue that caused the Command+B keyboard shortcut to not make the selected text bold in the built in text editor.
-Fixed issue that caused the Command+I keyboard shortcut to not italicize the selected text in the built in text editor.
-Fixed potential crash during a drag and drop operation in column view when columns are spring loaded.
-Other minor bug fixes and performance improvements.