New! Contextual Menu Item
New! Contextual Menu Item
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New! Contextual Menu Item free download for Mac

New! Contextual Menu Item

1.0
11 June 2008

Allows you to create new files anywhere on your disk.

Overview

New! is a contextual menu item that allows you to create new files anywhere on disk from within Finder.

What's new in New! Contextual Menu Item

Initial release

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4 New! Contextual Menu Item Reviews

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tim-dehring
11 June 2008

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It's a shame that with Leopard, you have to do a little digging just to use this. Just look at the screenshot and you'll see what I mean.
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Version 1.0
alas!
12 July 2011
Links to download and developer's website are dead. New!Contextual Menu Item seems to be abandonware at this point. Well, it was placed here on MU three years ago and nothing since then.
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Version 1.0
1 answer(s)
Regular-Warren
Regular-Warren
12 July 2011
Thanks for pointing that out! I'll disable the listing.
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alas!
12 July 2011
Links to download and developer's website are dead. New! Contextual Menu Item appears to be abandonware at this point. Well, it was placed here on MU three years ago and nothing since then.
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Version 1.0
Trm96
11 June 2008
This is something Apple should have included from the get-go. $5.00 shareware though i dunno, I would give it a whirle is if were free...
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Version 1.0
3 answer(s)
Egosysdiz
Egosysdiz
12 June 2008
Well, here's the thing that folks seem to have forgotten about Shareware. There's no obligation to pay, unless you actually find the software useful and continue to use it. So, try it. If you like it, send me a little $$. If not, no big deal, just delete the software and move along.
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Version 1.0
Trm96
Trm96
12 June 2008
Are there any restrictions to the app before paying for it (x day trial, nag screens, reduced functionally, ect)? Any app I really like I usually donate to the developer, it's the only right thing to do. I think I will give it a go what the hell right?
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Version 1.0
Egosysdiz
Egosysdiz
12 June 2008
Nope. No nag screens or timed expiration... I suppose you'd call it "Old School Shareware". You try it and then, if you like it, you buy it. Otherwise you trash it. Simple as that. (And, in either case, help keep the "share" in "shareware" by sharing with your friends.)
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Version 1.0
tim-dehring
11 June 2008
It's a shame that with Leopard, you have to do a little digging just to use this. Just look at the screenshot and you'll see what I mean.
Like (1)
Version 1.0
1 answer(s)
Egosysdiz
Egosysdiz
12 June 2008
Agreed! While I can understand Apple wanting to keep all the 3rd party stuff separate, it's very, very annoying from an ease of use point of view.
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Version 1.0
$5.00

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App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.5.8 or later

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