From Mysterious Trousers:
ReFind is a small menu bar mac app that lets you press a hotkey, and quickly find any file or folder you are looking for. We got tired of the repetitive hassle of file system browsing, so we made a better way.
- A universal hotkey so you quickly open it from anywhere.
- Automatically keeps an up-to-date list of your most opened folders and files.
- Lets you bookmark folders and files for quick access.
- Lets you browse your whole hard drive quickly.
- When browsing, it puts your most opened folders/files at the top of each directory.
- A simple set of key shortcuts for common operations.
- e.g. Quickly open any folder in Terminal with command+T.
What's new in this version: Small bug fixes. Folders/files with spaces in the names were causing trouble.
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