File Cabinet Pro Version 3.5 Adds Support for the Touch Bar on the New MacBook Pro

File Cabinet Pro version 3.5 has been released for macOS. This update adds support for the Touch Bar on the new MacBook Pro.

If you have a MacBook Pro with a Touch Bar, you will be able to take the following actions in File Cabinet Pro from the Touch Bar:

  • Show or hide the sidebar.
  • Navigate to previously viewed folders using the “Go Forward” and “Go Backward” buttons.
  • Quicklook selected files.
  • Share selected files via Sharing extensions.
  • Tag selected files.
  • Create a new directory.
  • Move selected files to the trash.
  • Show a Get Info panel for selected files.
  • Switch to Icon View, Column View, or List View.

Check out the video below to see some of what you can do with the Touch Bar and File Cabinet Pro (via the Touch Bar simulator). Also note that File Cabinet Pro’s Touch Bar can be customized.

File Cabinet Pro's Touch Bar customization menu.
You can customize File Cabinet Pro’s Touch Bar by adding or removing items.

File Cabinet Pro Version 3.1 Adds Support for Sharing Extensions

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File Cabinet Pro version 3.1 has been released for macOS.

What’s New?

-This update adds support for Sharing extensions. Share files in File Cabinet Pro in Mail, Messages, and other apps that support Sharing extensions.

-Column widths will now be saved and restored in List View.

-Fixed bug that could sometimes prevent the context menu from showing when right clicking on an item in Column View.


File Cabinet Pro Mac App screenshot showing share context menu.

File Cabinet Pro Version 2.9 Released!

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File Cabinet Pro version 2.9 has been released.

What’s New?

-New app icon.

-Removed ‘Local’ and ‘iCloud’ restriction when configuring Folder paths for the buttons in the bottom bar. You now can set both the ‘Primary’ and ‘Secondary’ folder locations to any directory you want.

-You can now compress files in File Cabinet Pro.

-You now can open selected files using the Command+O keyboard shortcut.

-You can now trash files using the Command+Delete Key keyboard shortcut.

-You can now make alias files (Command+L keyboard shortcut).

-You can now copy selected files using the Command+C keyboard shortcut.

-You can now paste files using the Command+V keyboard shortcut.

-You can now create a new untitled directory using Command+Shift+N keyboard shortcut.

File Cabinet Pro 2.6 Update Adds List View!

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File Cabinet Pro version 2.6 has been released.

What’s New?

-You can now view your files in List View.

-When you are renaming a file, you can now cancel the operation by pressing the esc key.

-Added preferences for the Text Editor. You can have the ruler automatically be shown or hidden by default when opening RTF files. You can also have the toolbar automatically be shown or hidden by default when opening a document in the text editor.

-Other bug fixes and improvements.

File Cabinet Pro Mac App screenshot of list view.

File Cabinet Pro 2.5 Update Adds Quicklook Support

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File Cabinet Pro version 2.5 has been released.

What’s New?

-Quicklook support added! When you have files selected in File Cabinet Pro, you can now press the spacebar key to view them in a Quicklook panel.

-Minor bug fixes and improvements.

File Cabinet Pro screenshot showing Quicklook panel.

This update is free for everyone who already purchased File Cabinet Pro. Haven’t purchased File Cabinet Pro and want to learn more about the app? Check out the landing page for more info.