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November 5th, 1999

[8:00 AM] Select A Better Finder With A Better Finder Select 2.0
by Staff

Frank Reiff has released version 2.0 of A Better Finder Select. A Better Finder Select allows enhanced search and selection features from the Mac OS's contextual menus. According to Frank Reiff:

A Better Finder Select is a contextual menu plug-in for the Macintosh Finder, which allows users to quickly select all files matching a given criterum. The utility supports selection based on the name, type and creator of a file. Linux type wildcard based selection is also supported.

A Better Finder Select is a simple, yet surprisingly powerful utility which is fully integrated into the Macintosh Finder.

This new version contains many improvements and new features:

  • Selection based on file type
  • Selection based on file creator
  • Redesigned user interface
  • Minor bug fixes

A Better Finder Select is available for US$10 for a single user lisence, and US$25 for a site lisence. You can find more information at the Frank Reiff web site.

A Better Finder Select

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