The PandaWare Company has released a new version of DiskWrangler, bringing it to version 2.0. DiskWrangler is a utility designed for file launching and browsing. The latest release features multiple file/app launching and a disk browser for keyboard based file manipulation. According to PandaWare Company:
The PandaWare Company has updated DiskWrangler, its file launching and browsing utility for Mac OS X. PandaWare DiskWrangler 2.0 enhances productivity in OS X by giving users extensive keyboard control. PandaWare DiskWrangler is made with REALbasic from REAL Software, Inc.
DiskWrangler enables users to launch specific applications, files and Web and mail URLs, all from the keyboard.
Version 2.0 introduces launcher sets, allowing users to open any number of files and applications at once. DiskWrangler allows launching and activating applications with a few keystrokes. Users can switch from one task to another without having to shift their attention from the keyboard to the mouse.
In addition, PandaWare DiskWrangler has a disk browser which lets users view and manipulate files under keyboard control. In addition to viewing files, the browser allows users to copy, move, delete and them, and view and change file attributes and permissions. Users can choose to view and manipulate the
files and folders the Finder shows, or see more detailed views that include invisible items and files and folders in OS Xis Unix subsystem. Version 2.0 also allows one to browse the contents of OS X bundles, and to reveal selected files and folders in the Finder.
You can find more information about the latest DiskWrangler release at the PandaWare Company Web site. DiskWrangler is available for US$30.00.