Default Folder 3.0.1 Complements Nav Services — St. Clair Software’s utility for enhancing Open and Save dialog boxes, Default Folder 3.0.1, adds support for Apple’s Navigation Services as well as a handful of other improvements. Unlike Action Files (see "Action Files 1.2 Usurps Nav Services" in TidBITS-467), which disables Nav Services in favor of its own interface, Default Folder incorporates its navigation and utility features into both Navigation Services and old-style Open and Save dialogs. Another improvement is the capability to click and hold outside an Open or Save dialog box to view a pop-up menu containing a list of all open Finder windows; selecting one opens that folder in the dialog. Default Folder 3.0 is $25 shareware, or $15 if you’re upgrading a copy bought before 31-Jan-98; owners who purchased after 31-Jan-98 can upgrade for free. The installer is a 870K download. If you downloaded Default Folder 3.0, you’ll want the 3.0.1 version that fixes a few bugs discovered in the first days following the 3.0 release. [JLC]
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