FinderPop is a Preference pane that extends OS X's contextual menus using a FinderPop Items folder much as the Apple Menu Items folder used to do for the Apple menu. It has other features too:
- Control-free popup in the Finder - handy for those with one-button mice.
- a launcher that takes up zero screen real estate, merely a click on any blank area of menubar away,
- a handy filesystem browser, allowing quick and easy access to files and disks in the Finder,
- a Processes menu (Command-click a blank menubar area.) fast access to 'Where's that dratted file I had on the Desktop?' (Shift-Click a blank menubar area.)
- a comprehensive collection of vaguely beer-related aphorisms in the Aboutbox.
What's new in this version:
Works on PPC 10.4/10.5, and Intel 10.4/10.5, almost everything works on Intel 10.6/10.7. 2.4.1 fixes a bug with FP menu creation when an unresolvable alias is encountered, and now also passes the Finder selection to AppleScript .scpt files.