DiskWrangler
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Keyboard controlled file launcher & navigator.   Demo ($25.00)
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DiskWrangler is a keyboard-powered file launcher and browser for Mac OS X. Its launcher allows you to quickly launch and switch among different applications and files, or launch Web and email URLs, with a few keystrokes. DiskWrangler's browser lets you view and manipulate the contents of any connected drive, including items the Finder does not show or allow you to copy, move or change. It also allows you to export tab-delimited lists of files for comparison and other purposes. DiskWrangler's Find Files function lets you find files by name and date, and can find files that Mac OS X 10.4's
What's New
Version 3.1.2:
  • Improved speed of loading lists
Requirements
Intel/PPC, Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later



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Cosmo Girl commented on 04 Jun 2010
I've been using DiskWrangler for several years, and I think it's fantastic.

It allows me to keep all the stuff I work on in one convenient location for launching apps and documents. It's a huge convenience for me as I hate to have to mouse around to find files all the time, and Spotlight doesn't do a good enough job of isolating the different versions of files and applications I keep on my hard drive. That reminds me... another great use of DiskWrangler is that I can launch the same file with different applications, or different versions of the same app. DiskWrangler lets me launch files with a few keystrokes, or mouse clicks if I happen to be mousing at the time. But when I'm in the middle of working at the keyboard, it's a real convenience to be able to switch and open apps and documents without having to go reach for the mouse. Another great convenience is the launcher Sets it offers. I have a set of startup apps that I fire up when I log in to my user account. (I know I could add them to my account startup items, but this gives me the option to skip that lengthy process on the rare occasion when I don't need them all running immediately, at the cost of a couple of keystrokes.)

I occasionally use DiskWrangler's Browser functions to do things with invisible files and stuff like that. It's handy when you need it. I haven't really used the other features that much to comment on them.
[Version 3.1]


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Harristype commented on 01 Jun 2010
This is at version 3.1 and there's never been a single review here?
[Version 3.1]


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Downloads:4,917
Version Downloads:350
Type:Utilities : File Management
License:Demo
Date:06 Jan 2011
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price: $25.00
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DiskWrangler is a keyboard-powered file launcher and browser for Mac OS X. Its launcher allows you to quickly launch and switch among different applications and files, or launch Web and email URLs, with a few keystrokes. DiskWrangler's browser lets you view and manipulate the contents of any connected drive, including items the Finder does not show or allow you to copy, move or change. It also allows you to export tab-delimited lists of files for comparison and other purposes. DiskWrangler's Find Files function lets you find files by name and date, and can find files that Mac OS X 10.4's Spotlight doesn't reveal.


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