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FinderPath for Mac

Finder addition displays a small address bar on top of Finder windows.

Free
In English
Version 0.9.7
4.8
Based on 3 user rates

FinderPath overview

FinderPath is a Finder addition that displays a small address bar on top of Finder windows.

What’s new in version 0.9.7

Version 0.9.7:
  • Internal code cleanup
  • Some more fixes for more recent OS X versions

FinderPath for Mac

Free
In English
Version 0.9.7
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4.8

(10 Reviews of FinderPath)

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PaulFlory
PaulFlory
Dec 27 2011
0.9.4
4.5
Dec 27 2011
4.5
Version: 0.9.4
Godsend for anyone (well, ok, developers) that wants to be more keyboard-efficient on a Mac when dealing with directory paths in Finder! Any updates in the pipeline?
Galileo14
Galileo14
May 22 2010
0.9.4
0.0
May 22 2010
0.0
Version: 0.9.4
I really like this program, it's slick, and it shows you hidden files/folders! The tab searches are useful too. It is a bit sluggish, hopefully that will disappear in future updates.
Jimblue
Jimblue
Apr 25 2010
0.9.2
0.0
Apr 25 2010
0.0
Version: 0.9.2
the idea of being able to dive right in very fast to invisible files and folders i like a lot -- that's what i'm lookin for. right now i got the craziest solution. i use CaptainFTP and tell it to show invisibles in the main windows with ownerships, groups, permissions/privileges and paths. i use CaptainFTP like a Finder within the Finder. i sure hope the developer of CaptainFTP doesn't read this :) it cost US$30 too, so i hope FinderPath evolves into something i can use.
Veryvito
Veryvito
Apr 23 2010
0.9.2
5.0
Apr 23 2010
5.0
Version: 0.9.2
Awesome. This is exactly what I was looking for! Great for anybody who lives in both Finder and Terminal. Well done, stays out of the way but works great when you need it! Thanks!
Dorkypants
Dorkypants
Apr 22 2010
0.9.2
0.0
Apr 22 2010
0.0
Version: 0.9.2
Well, it would help if the app's description pointed this out. Personally, if I wanted to see hidden files in Finder windows, I'd use Terminal to "defaults write com.apple.finder -bool AppleShowAllFiles TRUE" and then restart Finder (or use TinkerTool to do this for me). And if I wanted to do fancier stuff than Finder allows, I'd use Terminal with "ls" or "find".
BananeQuantique
BananeQuantique
Aug 2 2012
5.0
Aug 2 2012
5.0
Version: null
PaulFlory
PaulFlory
Dec 27 2011
4.5
Dec 27 2011
4.5
Version: null
Veryvito
Veryvito
Apr 23 2010
5.0
Apr 23 2010
5.0
Version: null