Norbert M. Doerner has updated his multi-purpose disk cataloging utility, CD Finder, to version 3.0.1. CD Finder allows users to make a convenient, searchable catalog of nearly every type of disk, from hard drives to Zips to CDs. According to Norbert M. Doerner:
The author today announced the immediate availability ofversion 3.0.1 of CDFinder, the popular shareware disk catalog toolfor the Macintosh.
CDFinder is a very fast and powerful tool to create catalog files of your harddisks, floppies, ZIPis and anything else that spins. It has a great userinterface and very useful search functions. CDFinder supports drag&drop;andrequires at least a 68020 or PowerPC CPU. While System 7 is required, CDFinder is also fully compatible to MacOS 9. A special feature is the multi-lingual user interface(German/French/English/Italian/Swedish/Chinese).
CDFinder 3.0.1 is a bug fix release that corrects these bugs:
- When updating a catalog, CDFinder 3.0 had always created a new,second catalog.
- The CDFinder-CMM (contextual menu module) and AppleScript could notrequest CDFinder 3.0 to update an existing catalog.
- In some cases, CDFinder 3.0 did create a new catalog withoutasking, even though there already was a catalog for that volume.
- Fixed a problem with FaxSTF 6 and the FaxMenu extension. Thiscaused CDFinder 3.0 to leave the Apple menu almost empty.
- CDFinder 3.0 could not display a totally empty catalog.
- Much more...
CD Finder is available for US$20. You can find more information at the CD Finder web site.