Bare Bones Software has released an update to Super Get Info, bringing the Mac OS X utility to version 1.0.4. Super Get Info brings a revved up Get Info feature to Mac OS X, and the new version adds a keyboard shortcut from the Finder, and other features. From Bare Bones Software:
Bare Bones Software today announced the release and immediate availability of Super Get Info 1.0.4. Super Get Info is a file and folder info utility for Mac OS X, offering a powerful, flexible, well-designed alternative to the "Show Info" command provided by the Mac OS X Finder.
With the release of version 1.0.4, Super Get Info can now be invoked from within the Mac OS X Finder by means of a keyboard shortcut (Command-Shift-I). The most recent releases of BBEdit and DragThing feature integrated support for Super Get Info, thus securing its place as an integral part of the Mac OS X user experience. Also new in Super Get Info 1.0.4 is the ability to change type and creator codes with drag and drop, along with assorted bug fixes and interface refinements.
Super Get Info enables the user to open a separate information window for each selected Finder item, so that multiple selected items can be viewed and edited discretely. It also allows the user to view and edit the Mac OS type and creator codes for a given file; view and edit the Unix owner, group, and permission settings for any file or folder; and change a fileis creation and modification dates.
Super Get Info is commercial software, and costs US$20 to purchase. A fully-functional demo version which expires after 14 days is available.
Super Get Info requires Mac OS X 10.0 or later, and will not run on any earlier version of the Mac OS. Mac OS X 10.1 is strongly recommended.
You can find more information on Super Get Info at Bare Bones Softwareis Web site. The product is commercial software, and is priced at US$20. Bare Bones offers a 14 day trial version. The update is free to registered users.