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Client Folder Maker 2.0 recreates folder hierarchies

updated 11:55 am EDT, Tue July 1, 2008

Geeksuit announces CFM 2.0

Geeksuit has announced Client Folder Maker 2.0, its folder creation/management utility for Mac OS X. Client Folder 2.0 functions as a contextual menu (also available as a PreferencePane) that allows users to create folder hierarchies once, then recreate them instantly anywhere on their system. It is designed with desktop publishers, web designers and prepress operators in mind, and can help any user who needs to create folder trees quickly. It requires Mac OS X 10.4 or higher and is available for a $15 single-user license or $35 for a three-user license. An unrestricted 15-day demo is also available.

Client Folder Maker 2.0 offers tag variables, allowing unlimited customization. Users can add, rename, or delete folders in the hierarchy, and create new files under the folder tree. Folder hierarchies are stored as client names and job numbers. After activating the contextual menu, a user enters a client name and job number, and it will recreate the entire tree, with the same support folders and folder names within. It is also geared towards photographers, programmers and teachers - any user who often recreates a group of folders for a project.






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  1. rvhernandez

    Joined: Dec 1969

    +1

    Awesome!

    I've been waiting for something like this! Will definitely help keep new client job folders consistent.

  1. Zkatz007

    Joined: Dec 1969

    +1

    Um

    Sounds like a lot of money for what could be scripted using Automator or AppleScript.

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