Version 5.3.3 adds labels to Default Folder X's toolbar and drawer, provides new keyboard shortcuts and more.
If you already bought Version 5, this update is free.
If you are upgrading from version 4, this may be a paid upgrade for you.
If you have a Default Folder X license purchased before June 1, 2015, there is a $14.95 upgrade fee for this
version. If you purchased on or after June 1, 2015, your upgrade is free and your existing serial number will work in version 5.1.
What's new in version 5.3.3
Default Folder X's toolbar icons now have names. Turn them on and off in the Open & Save preferences or by Control-clicking in Default Folder X's toolbar.
Holding down the Option key while clicking "Save" will open the current folder in the Finder, giving you immediate access to a just-saved file.
Default Folder X's drawer below Finder windows now shows the name of each item that you've dragged into it.
Keyboard shortcuts can be set to quickly move to the Tags and Comments fields below file dialogs.
The Finder Window feature now works with the version of ForkLift that is distributed through SetApp.
Default Folder X needs to be added to the Full Disk Access list in System Preferences > Security & Privacy. You'll be guided through the process when you launch Default Folder X.
The "Hide Extension" setting in Save dialogs has been fixed so it works consistently.
Standard folders like Desktop and Documents are handled correctly in apps that are running in a language different from the rest of the system.
Fixed a bug that could cause Default Folder X to miss some Path Finder and ForkLift windows when creating its list of Finder windows.
Fixed a problem with Default Folder X's menus only being half-filled on some occasions.
Eliminated a crash that could occur when Spotlight’s index is damaged.
Corrected user interface issues in the preference panels.
Fixed dark-mode compatibility with QuickTime Player.
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