Finder Plug-In Gets New Version Release

PUBLICSPACE.NET has released a new version of "A Better Finder Rename", bringing it to version 5.0. "A Better Finder Rename" is a plug-in for the Mac finder designed to simplify renaming multiple files. The latest version features performance enhancements including stand alone droplet support and a rewritten renaming engine. According to PUBLICSPACE.NET:

PUBLICSPACE.NET is pleased to announce version 5.0 of its "A Better Finder Rename" Macintosh Finder enhancement.

After going through five successful beta releases, version 5.0 is now ready to be downloaded from our website. This major upgrade to the popular file renaming tool introduces a host of new features and improvements:

  • create stand-alone "droplet" applications to automate frequent renaming tasks
  • file names and extensions can now be renamed separately or together
  • new icon designs
  • full support for 255 character file names
  • correct sorting for file names of more than 64 characters
  • preferences stored as Carbon property lists
  • improved installer
  • rewritten renaming engine
  • improved "remove anywhere" feature
  • revised date formats
  • improved registration assistant
  • Mac OS X installer no longer requires restart, but Finder is restarted by the installer

You can find more information about the latest "A Better Finder Rename" release at the PUBLICSPACE.NET Web site. "A Better Finder Rename" 5.0 is available for US$14.95.

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