Bare Bones Software Updates Super Get Info With System Wide Access

Bare Bones Software, makers of the popular BBEdit text editor, has updated Super Get Info to version 1.1. Super Get Info is a utility that allows you to literally get and manage more information about your files and folders. The new version adds the ability to be invoked system-wide, an improved permissions interface, and other small features. From Bare Bones Software:

Bare Bones Software today announced the immediate availability of Super Get Info 1.1. Super Get Info is a file and folder information utility for Mac OS X, offering a powerful, flexible, user-friendly alternative to the "Get Info" command provided by the Mac OS X Finder.

Now in version 1.1, users can invoke Super Get Info from within any application that supports Mac OS X Services. Users can now also "add" and "remove" permissions using an improved interface designed for more flexible application of recursive permissions to files and folders. Several other minor enhancements, including a new integrated user manual, plus fixes for reported issues are included in version 1.1.

Power and Flexibility, Easy Navigation

Super Get Info is a file and folder information utility for Mac OS X, offering a powerful, flexible, user-friendly alternative to the "Get Info" command provided by the Mac OS X Finder. Using an easily navigable tabbed interface, or the isgii command-line tool, the user can open a separate information window for each selected Finder item, so that multiple selected items can be viewed and edited discretely. It also allows the user to view and edit the Mac OS type and creator codes for a given file; view and edit the Unix owner, group, and permission settings for any file or folder; and change a fileis creation and modification dates.

Super Get Info 1.1 is available now. Users of OS X 10.1 and above can buy the software for US$20, or try out the 30 day demo.

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