Send To CMI
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Contextual menu item to copy files to specified places.   Shareware ($5.00)
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Send To CMI... One of the few things that Windows has that Mac OS X doesn't, is that nifty "Send To" contextual menu item (CMI). With it, you can send (i.e. 'copy') files and folders to a floppy disk or your desktop (along with a few other places), just by right-clicking. Since this is actually a very useful thing to be able to do, we decided to bring this capability to Mac OS X. And, since this is the Mac, we decided to make it better than the Windows equivalent.

Once you've installed the Send To CMI, you can simply use the Finder to select a file (or files or folder or folders),
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First version
Requirements
Intel/PPC, Mac OS X 10.5 or later



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Downloads:1,142
Version Downloads:1,140
Type:Utilities : Contextual Menus
License:Shareware
Date:15 Jul 2008
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price: $5.00
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Send To CMI... One of the few things that Windows has that Mac OS X doesn't, is that nifty "Send To" contextual menu item (CMI). With it, you can send (i.e. 'copy') files and folders to a floppy disk or your desktop (along with a few other places), just by right-clicking. Since this is actually a very useful thing to be able to do, we decided to bring this capability to Mac OS X. And, since this is the Mac, we decided to make it better than the Windows equivalent.

Once you've installed the Send To CMI, you can simply use the Finder to select a file (or files or folder or folders), that you want to send to a destination. Then, right-click (or ctrl-click if you are using a one-button mouse), select "More" and then select "Send [your file name] To" from the pop-up menu.

You can also easily create new destinations using a single menu item built right in to the Send To CMI.


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