Docs is designed to catalog the electronic invoices, cataloging of tickets as receipts of purchase and other types of documents. In short order to keep all those documents that we receive or in paper form or electronically and that there would be convenient to keep organized in our Mac.
With Docs you can catalog your files quickly and easily. Create categories, add in events and add your files by dragging them into the program. Enter the date, title and a brief description of future events.D rag the mouse and your files will be automatically entered into the program. Among the preferences of this application there is the possibility of change:
The transition that appears in the shift from one table to another
The opportunity to decide what to do with the file while dragging and during disposal.
In fact you can choose whether to move the file, copy it or create a link, and you can decide to delete file or not. Also in this latest version introduces the ability to create and restore backups.
Very nice application. I like the scanner support. But there are still annoying bugs. For example, I can't delete a document in Docs. Localization also needs some work.
Thanks to the developper for providing this useful piece of software.
I am working to create a video guide, which will be available soon. If you have any questions Feel free to do in English on the forum http://obloo.altervista.org/forum/viewforum.php?f=4&sid=1e955142f54332b518c1364597c0d205
It looks like a decent idea, but I'm not able to figure out how to use it as I cannot find any English related help anywhere. The forums appear to be in Italian. I would love to try the app out if I could just figure out how to use it and have some English support.
Wow, this looks like a very handy little application. It's very good for keeping track of all the little files and things that go along with projects. Certainly a good alternative to some of the more expensive and complicated file management applications.
promising, needs a lot of improvement, including English localization ....like a development version of Together, a bit confusing the way the catagories are organised etc, and I could not figure out how to get the search to work