File Cabinet Pro
File Cabinet Pro is the file manager for the macOS menu bar. Quickly navigate to files without cluttering your desktop. Open, move, rename, compress, tag, trash, copy and paste files, all from the menu bar. You can open many file types natively in File Cabinet Pro or open files by launching other applications. It's easy to click into directories in icon view, drill through directories in list view, or navigate the file tree in column view.
File Cabinet Pro is also a document-based application that ships with a built-in text editor, image viewer, pdf viewer, and media player. Some of the file types File Cabinet Pro can open for editing/viewing include:
-Plain text files (txt)
-Rich Text Format (rtf)
-Rich Text Format Directory (rtfd)
-Portable Document Format (pdf)
-Portable Network Graphics (png)
-Joint Photographic Experts Group (jpeg)
-Tagged Image File Format (tiff, tif)
-Bitmap image file (bmp)
-Photoshop File Format (psd) Import only
-Scalable Vector Graphics (svg) Import only
With File Cabinet Pro you can:
∙Click into subdirectories and open documents.
∙Open directories in new tabs.
∙Tag files easily. Select files in File Cabinet Pro, right click, and then simply add or remove file tags from the control in the context menu.
∙Show selected files in Finder.
∙Copy and paste files.
∙Show hidden files.
∙Show package contents.
∙View items as icons, in a list, or in columns.
∙Launch the application at login. You can have File Cabinet Pro automatically launch when you login to your Mac (optional feature, disabled by default).
∙Create a list of all your favorite directories in the sidebar.
∙Create and edit txt, rtf, rtfd, and .md files using the built in lightweight text editor.
∙Create txt, rtf, rtfd, and .md files from text data currently on the clipboard.
∙Rotate images, crop images, and apply filters to images using the built in lightweight image editor.
∙Watch video and play audio files using the built in media player.
∙View pdf files using the built in pdf viewer.
∙Revert document versions for supported editable document types.
∙Set a Global Hotkey for showing and closing the File Cabinet Pro window (optional feature, disabled by default).
∙Preview selected files in Quicklook by pressing the spacebar.
∙Share files in apps that support Sharing extensions like Mail and Messages.
∙Create text documents from Finder using File Cabinet Pro's Document Creator Finder extension (Note: To use this feature, you have to enable the Finder extension in System Preferences under the "Extensions" tab).
∙Verify the SHA256, SHA1, or MD5 checksum of files using the "View Checksum in File Cabinet Pro" Service.
**This app supports the Touch Bar on the new MacBook Pro.**
So what are you waiting for? Get File Cabinet Pro now!
-Tagging files in File Cabinet Pro now supports undo and redo.
-You can now sort files by Tags.
-In List view you can now optionally display a table column titled "Tags."
-Minor bug fixes.
-You can now have File Cabinet Pro display sorted files in groups. To use this new feature, right click in File Cabinet Pro's window to bring up the context menu and click the "Use Groups" menu item when your files are sorted. If files are currently grouped, this menu item will have a checkmark next to it and you can click it again to turn groups off.
-Fixed issue that caused selected rows in List view to sometimes draw in the wrong color in Dark mode.
-Workaround fix to bug in macOS Mojave that prevented multiple files from being dragged in Column view.
-Other bug fixes and improvements.
Added new Service named: "Save Web Location in File Cabinet Pro." This Service allows you to quickly save website shortcuts to File Cabinet Pro.
-File Cabinet Pro now enters Dark Mode when you turn on the System wide preference in macOS Mojave.
-On macOS Mojave File Cabinet Pro's built-in Text Editor, Image Viewer, PDF Viewer, and Media Player now support Dark Mode.
-For users on macOS High Sierra and earlier, you can still turn on Dark Mode in File Cabinet Pro's Settings window.
-If you have a Force Touch Trackpad, you can now force click to edit a filename.
-If you have a Force Touch Trackpad, you can now force click on a file's icon to bring up Quicklook.
-Fixed issue that caused buttons to sometimes disappear from the Touch Bar on MacBook Pros after switching to List view.
-Fixed a bug in Dark Mode in Icon view that caused the "Empty Folder" label to draw with a white background.
-Fixed issue where clicking a tab started a dragging session prematurely.
-Added a new "Reveal in File Cabinet Pro" Service. You can use this new Service from other apps to reveal files in File Cabinet Pro. Note that due to App Sandboxing rules you may be required to grant permission in the system provided Open Panel in order to use this new Service (depending on your Settings).
-Icon view now supports spring-loading. Drag files over directories in icon view to use this new feature.
-Fixed bug that sometimes caused the zoom slider to remain hidden after switching to a tab in Icon view.
-Each tab now maintains its own undo and redo stack instead of sharing a single undo and redo stack for the entire window.
-Fixed issue that could sometimes cause drag and drop to silently fail when you drag a file from a readonly volume to File Cabinet Pro.
-The path control now shows a context menu when you right click, allowing you to perform actions like "Open in New Tab."
-Added a "New Folder with Selection" action.
-File Cabinet Pro accepts some images types via drag and drop.
-You can now move files by dragging and dropping to the Path Bar at the bottom of the window.
-Added a "Open as New File Cabinet Pro Tab" Service. If you enable this Service you can open directories in new tabs from other applications such as Finder via the Services menu.
-Fixed bug that caused view type to not be restored on app launch even if the "Restore view type" preference was on in Settings.
-Fixed bug that could sometimes cause you not to see your typed text when renaming a file when the app is in dark mode.
-Fixed bug that could cause a tab to suddenly close after renaming or moving a directory at the top level of the navigation stack.