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CreateDiskImage for Mac1.0

21 January 2007

Applescript droplet creates highly compressed disk images.

What is CreateDiskImage for Mac

CreateDiskImage is an Applescript droplet that lets you easily create highly compressed disk images without the need to go through Apples Disk Utility application, by using "Drag & Drop". Simply drop any folder or file to this Applescript droplet, and it will create a compressed disk image which contains the dropped file or the contents of the dropped folder.


  • Easily creates compressed disk images from dropped files and folders
  • Supports drag & drop of multiple files
  • Uses highest compression rate, as opposed to Apple's Disk Utility which uses medium compression rate
  • When finished, a dialogue tells whether the creation process was successful
  • No progress dialogue is shown during the disk image creation process
  • To create a disk image out of a dropped file, that file will be copied to a temporary location first (i.e.: "$HOME/.tmp/")

What's new in CreateDiskImage

Version 1.0:
  • Initial release
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Jan 21 2007
Jan 21 2007
Version: 1.0
Nice idea! But what's the difference between the buttons "Cancel" and "Don't create"? I guess "Don't create" is redundant.
App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later
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