folderMaker
folderMaker
1.3
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folderMaker free download for Mac

folderMaker for Mac1.3

14 August 2006

Creates folders, each with a unique name specified by user.

What is folderMaker for Mac

folderMaker... Need to create a lot of folders? Make a plain text file with one folder name per line. Save the text file (as a plain text file) and then point this script to that file. It will produce a folder for each name. The new folders are placed in the same location as the text file.

What's new in folderMaker

Version 1.3:
  • Contains a code change that deals with an error received by some users.
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Rockyboston
Rockyboston
Jul 30 2010
1.3
5.0
Jul 30 2010
5.0
Version: 1.3
This is a very straightforward script that does just what its title says. There are two things to be careful about when you use this script and both are noted in the documentation for the application. First, as the documentation says, use 'txt' files. If you try to use a file in another format, strange things may happen since the script tries diligently to create folders irrespective of the type of file one points the script to. Second, and again as the documentation says, the new folders will be created in the same folder as the txt file. So, if you need to create many files especially with lengthy names, folderMaker 1.3 is a good tool to have.
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  • PPC 32
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