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BatChmod 1.37 Fixes Intel Compatibility Problems

BatChmod 1.37 Fixes Intel Compatibility Problems

by , 11:25 AM EST, February 13th, 2006

Arbysoft released BatChmod 1.37 on Monday, addressing an Intel-based compatibility problem that appeared in version 1.35. Version 1.35 is fine for PowerPC-based Mac users, but Intel-based mac users need to update to the latest version. BatChmod is a utility for changing file and folder permissions with requiring you to use the UNIX command line. BatChmod is free, and available for download at the MacChampion Web site.

[BatChmod 1.36 was realeased earlier in the morning, but would not launch on some systems.]

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