Trial? What trial?
MyMac Podcast #418

On August 28, 2012, in Podcast, by The MyMac Podcast

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It what might be a record, Gaz and Guy not only manage to keep the show under an hour, it’s under 50 minutes! Hold your applause though because you may miss the greatest Gaz’s Tip EVER…well we thought it was funny anyway. Samsung loses round one of the most watched patent trial since Edison won his against whoever that other person was! Some terrific feedback from you, our fantastic audience and apparently in some cultures, hippos equals horses.

Some Links:
When Apple sold clothes and wind-surfing boards, yes I said wind-surfing boards
Guy’s App Pick: TotalFinder from BinaryAge software $18.00
Gaz’s App Pick: RapidWeaver from RealMac software $79.00
People’s Pick: None this week, you guys are slacking!

TotalFinder Beta 0.9.6

On August 18, 2010, in Macintosh, Review, by Guy Serle

TotalFinder Beta 0.9.6
Company:
BinaryAge
Price: Free for now, $15 when version 1 is released
Hardware Requirements: Intel based Mac, OS X 10.6

Hi. My name is Guy Serle and believe it or not, I’m a writer for MyMac.com. The reason why you may not believe it is that it’s now August and I’ve yet to write anything at all this year while Mark Rudd, John Nemo, and Donny Yankello have been writing and posting like MAD all over this site while I have sat in my air-conditioned comfort and oozed various platitudes over the MyMac.com podcast with a variety of people each week. Well I say enough sir! Blow out that dusty keyboard, roll up your sleeves, and get to work!

Obviously this is a review of BinaryAge’s TotalFinder application which adds a number of enhancements to OS X’s Finder, first and foremost adding tabs to the top of the Finder Window. This is a feature sorely missing from Apple’s Finder and one you’ve tried it, you’ll wonder how you ever did without it. With a normal Finder, you must have multiple windows open to drag and drop items in-between, or go through the painstaking task of mouse-click after mouse-click to get from one side of your hard drive or network to another. Neither is easy, intuitive, or fun. TotalFinder however works and looks much like Safari, FireFox, or Google’s Chrome (and now Internet Explorer 8 in Windows) web browsers with the ability to have multiple tabs going to whatever directory, hard drive, network volume, or even a shortcut available to your computer.

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