Total Finder pwns meAugust 25, 2010
Holy underwear! I’m pretty pumped about this plugin for Finder. It’s called Total Finder and it sits right on top of your Finder.app and gives you a sweet set of features. Here’s a few I’m particular interested in:
- Tabbed interface: I freaking hate having a bunch of windows open in Finder, so this is great. Added bonus? It’s Google Chrome style tabs. I like.
- Visor, a shortcut-key initiated slide-in window. That’s a mouthful. Assign a shortcut key, press it, and Total Finder slides into focus.
- A shortcut key to toggle hidden system files, a must if you want to see .htaccess or .svn files.
- Dual mode, a split-pane view in a single tab allowing you to quickly compare two folders side-by-side (kind of like the awesome Transmit application).
It’s in alpha testing right now, but when it comes out it’ll be $15. I dare say I’ll be ready to throw down the cash when it’s finalized.