Under Mac OS X several internet settings which were available under Mac OS 8 and 9 are still present and are still used by most internet applications, but they are no longer accessible by the user. So if these settings gets corrupt for some reason there's no way to repair them anymore for example. 'MisFox' makes some of the most important internet settings accessible again. These settings are the "file mappings" settings and the "protocol helpers". You can inspect these settings, but you can also edit, delete and create new items.
What's new in this version:
- Bugfix: Selecting a new default application with the file dialog didn't work if the application was already listed in the popup menu.
- Bugfix: It was possible to select applications without creator code. But default internet applications must have a creator code, otherwise they can't be launched by the system.