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Client Folder Maker 3.0 adds permissions, support

updated 04:00 pm EDT, Wed July 15, 2009

Client Folder Maker 3.0

Geeksuit has released an update to its folder creation and management software, Client Folder Maker 3.0. Combining a contextual menu and preference pane, the tool allows users to arrange folders by name and category, adding tags for simpler sorting. Version 3.0 enables file content copying, as well as drag-and-drop import and export of presets, and the ability to auto-import data from existing text files.

New customization functions include folder permissions, to keep out unwanted users, and custom folder views. Users can now also apply original preset descriptions, along with color labels for files and folders. Added scriptability makes it possible to attach a Bash, Shell, PHP or AppleScript item to a preset, and six scripts are included by default.

Miscellaneous improvements affect the preference pane interface, and target bugs which caused the app to forget its licensing.

Client Folder Maker is compatible with Mac OS X 10.5 or later, and available under three licenses: a single-user one priced at $20, a three-user edition costing $50, and a 10-user license set at $145. Upgrades from previous versions range in price from $10 to $75, depending on the number of users supported.






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