TotalFinder is an add-on which gets loaded into the Finder when you launch TotalFinder.app. It does not modify your Finder files on the disk. It only changes the current instance of Finder running in memory when you launch TotalFinder, which is itself a standalone application. When TotalFinder is running, by default the Finder's Dock icon is replaced with one that has a tab on it. This options keeps the original Finder icon instead. During long file operations, you can show a mini progress bar just below the Finder's dock icon with this option enabled. TotalFinder makes it really easy to capture a variety of path formats for a selected object. Right-click on any file or folder, select Copy Path, and select the path format you'd like copied to the clipboard. Although you can always use the keyboard shortcuts to cut, copy, or paste an object with TotalFinder installed, this menu option offers a button for each edit operation in the contextual menu. Instead of opening into its own window, new tabs will open among the tabs of the last active window.
What's new in this version:
- It is possible to set conflicting keyboard shortcuts in TotalFinder Preferences (User is warned but has an option to set the conflicting shortcut anyway).
- Additionally global keyboard shortcuts which are disabled are no longer treated as conflicting shortcuts by TotalFinder.
- Under some circumstances TotalFinder was not launched automatically after system start. Yosemite
- Toggling 'Show hidden files' and other TotalFinder view options did not refresh file list... See all new features »