[prMac.com] Khmelnitsky, Ukraine – LikeMac Group has released the latest update of dual pane file manager for OS X, Disk Order, making it Mavericks compatible and improving it with some useful features.
New features include:
* Disk Order is completely OS X Mavericks compatible now. This update fixes issues with side bar and sorting modes under the latest operation system.
* Quick Look. Simple as it sounds and works exactly like in Finder.
* Selection with right mouse button. This is definitely useful if you’ve ever used Total Commander on PC. It works the same way.
* Open contextual menu with keyboard only. No need to touch your mouse now, simply hit the Option key and the menu is there, right next to your selection.
* Different colors for different file types. You can assign any color for the file type you like. This can be done with masks.
* Use masks to select/deselect files. Nice feature when you need to select a group of files from the list.
* New tabs design is introduced. Not only the tabs look much more modern, but now it’s also possible to reorder them. Simply drag a tab to the left or right and it will slide with nice animation.
Also, current release improves the build-in Editor and Viewer, and adds more color customization. You can assign colors for text, background, active/inactive selection and the text inside of selection and more.
Disk Order was designed to be a dual pane substitution of Finder. It supports FTP, Dropbox, archives browsing. It’s shipped with number of plugins, such as iPhone/iPad Browse, Quick View and other. It works best for those who used to work applications like Total Commander or Directory Opus. It is a good choice for laptop owners, as it allows to perform nearly all file operations with fast key combinations, saving great deal of time.
The application can be downloaded free of charge as 30-day trial shareware.Disk Order 3.2.5
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