Denver, Colorado – St. Clair Software is happy to announce the immediate availability of Default Folder X 4.6.3. This version of its award-winning utility for enhancing Open and Save dialogs corrects a compatibility issue with Mac OS 10.8 and ensures that all applications default to the correct folder when their file dialogs first open.
Default Folder X was honored with Macworld Magazine’s Editors’ Choice Award for Best System Enhancement Utility because it makes Open and Save dialogs “work the way they should.” Its custom keyboard shortcuts put your favorite and recent folders at your fingertips. Pop-up menus let you navigate your folders and open Finder windows. Previews, Spotlight comments and tags are there when you need them. Open, save, and get back to work: Default Folder X is workflow for the rest of us.
What’s New in Default Folder X 4.6.3:
* Changed the behavior of last-used-folder tracking so that Pro Tools, Pages, InDesign, Microsoft Word and other applications will default to the correct folder
* Corrected a bug that could cause the “Open and Save to the same folder” option to work incorrectly
* Fixed a problem with the path popup menu disappearing in Save As dialogs on Mac OS 10.8
* Changed the SetSaveName AppleScript command so it works with UTF-8 encoded text
St. Clair Software recommends that anyone using Default Folder X install this free update.
* Mac OS X 10.6 through Mavericks
Pricing and Availability:
Default Folder X 4.6.3 is a free update for existing version 4 users. It costs $34.95 (USD) for new users. Please see the St. Clair Software web site for screencasts, screenshots, a full change log, and additional feature information.
Based in Denver, Colorado, St. Clair Software is a privately held company that has been specializing in utilities and custom software solutions for the Macintosh since 1988. St. Clair Software can be contacted at: St. Clair Software, 271 S. Emerson Street, Denver, CO, USA 80209. Copyright (C) 1988-2014 St. Clair Software. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.