Unix Permissions Widget
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Finds the binary equivalent of permissions for files/directories.   Free
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Unix Permissions Widget allows users to easily figure out the binary equivalent of permissions for files and directories. This tool provides the binary equivalent of read, write, and execute privileges. The resulting numbers can then be used with the command-line tools chmod, chown, and chgrp to modify file and directory permissions.
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Intel/PPC, Mac OS X 10.4 or later

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Macsweep commented on 27 Jun 2011
Download link broken.
[Version 1.0]

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Macsweep replied on 27 Jun 2011
My mistate, my permissions were messed up so I could not download to the folder I set, my desktop. Fixed with BatChmod.
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Downloads:2,300
Version Downloads:2,299
Type:Utilities : Contextual Menus
License:Free
Date:24 Aug 2006
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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Unix Permissions Widget allows users to easily figure out the binary equivalent of permissions for files and directories. This tool provides the binary equivalent of read, write, and execute privileges. The resulting numbers can then be used with the command-line tools chmod, chown, and chgrp to modify file and directory permissions.


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