• Weston VierreggerWeston Vierregger, almost 6 years ago


    I've used Alfred-likes and I used to have ForkLift for FTP transfers and stuff... but since El Cap I've just been using the native Finder these days.

    Anyone having a lot of joy using Finder replacements/extenders lately? For all the power they gave me, I always find them just slightly too buggy for everyday or work usage.

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    • Tom CTom C, almost 6 years ago

      I use Forklift 2, but only for some tasks.. can't tell exacltly what kind of tasks, it's random, but sometimes dual-pane is quite useful. I also use it for FTP, but it's been a while since I connected to one :)

      Back in the day, I've tried some other replacements such as TotalFinder, but never stuck to it. Finder works best for everyday use.

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    • Mike A.Mike A., almost 6 years ago

      Man, I can't imagine my life without Alfred. Workflows FTW! :)

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  • Joshua TurnerJoshua Turner, almost 6 years ago

    Right off the bat, I lose all Dropbox contextual options.

    Some of the functionality in this is really great, but I just don't know if it's worth losing some basic features I've come to rely on so heavily.

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  • Joe Banks, over 5 years ago

    Awesome! Thanks for sharing! I was searching for a good file manager for Mac, and couldn't find it anywhere. Originally, I am using this: http://www.winzip.com/win/en/learn/file-management.html on my Windows, but I needed a similar alternative for my Mac that is also easy to use, and I think this will work! Thanks :)

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