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EagleFiler 1.4 brings in new interface options

updated 11:55 am EDT, Tue October 14, 2008

EagleFiler 1.4 ships

C-Command has released v1.4 of EagleFiler, its organizational software. The app is used to archive files such as images, web pages, PDF files and word processor documents; these files can then be organized into folders, and given tags or notes that aid in later search functions. The v1.4 update introduces the concept of custom smart folders, which add items automatically based on user-defined criteria. These folders can now also be placed within broader ones.

The program has additionally received a Tag Cloud window, and a Find panel that lets users search within web and PDF content. Other options include the ability to create to create custom template files, and automatically create EML files for e-mail messages by dragging them out of their mailboxes. EagleFiler costs $40 and requires Mac OS X 10.4 or better; smart folders function only under v10.5.x.

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