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BatChmod Updated for Intel Macs

BatChmod Updated for Intel Macs

by , 7:40 AM EST, February 9th, 2006

Arbysoft announced the immediate availability of BatChmod 1.35 on Wednesday. BatChmod is a utility for changing file and folder permissions, and forcing the Trash to empty. The new version is a Universal Binary application, running natively on both PowerPC and Intel-based Macs, adds an info drawer that lets you view the UNIX chmod, chown or chgrp commands in action, and includes Korean and Italian localizations. BatChmod 1.35 is available for download at the MacChampion Web site, and is DonationWare.

The Arbysoft page on the MacChampion Web site seems to be temporarily inaccessible. You can download BatChmod directly by using this link from VersionTracker.

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