iMango
iMango 1.2
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iMango is a supplement of Spotlight. It finds files, folders or contents in any file and diplays the results in a tree view, so that you can browse through the folder structure of the results much quicker and more intuitively than in Spotlight.

Note: This utility is donationware; consider making a $5 donation to continue development.
What's New
Version 1.2:
  • OS X 10.9 Mavericks support, stability fix
  • Hidden files and folders support
  • Drag multiple files on window to search similar files
Requirements
  • Intel
  • OS X 10.6 or later
  • Note: Should work but not tested on any OS before OS X 10.6.8



MacUpdate - iMango




  • EasyFind
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  • Find Any File
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  • iFileX
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  • File Buddy
    +1

  • Find File
    +1

  • Better Search
    +1
iMango User Discussion (Write a Review)
ver. 1.x:
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+4
Skapplin commented on 10 Dec 2013
New release seems OK with Mavericks. Unfortunately, it will not search in hidden directories, so one can't search for system or invisible files. That would be something that should be added in my opinion.

After it opens the file display there may be a scrollbar present. I noticed that it is very light and difficult to see. I suggest you make it darker so it contrasts better against the gray background of the file list.
[Version 1.1]

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Wolfram Teetz (developer) replied on 11 Dec 2013
Thank you for your feedback. Both ideas look straightforward and reasonable. I will take a look if I find the time to implement them.

Current list of next features:

x Stability check on all OS X and library versions.
x Scroll bar color / visibility
x "Parent folder" icon
x Hidden folders/files switch
x Internationalization (Compatiblity with e.g. kyrillic file names first, multilanguage GUI next)
x Add previev for OS X Version
x Add support to copy and move results
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Wolfram Teetz (developer) replied on 11 Dec 2013
I have uploaded 1.2RC3. Updating while searching is disabled because of some Mavericks specific problem.

A switch for hidden directories has been added, and some controls over the look together with a new scrollbar design.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/alqq74w265nz7t4/iMango%201.2%20RC3.dmg
burypromote

+4
Skapplin replied on 11 Dec 2013
What is the hidden folders/files switch? It isn't on the list at the bottom of the application. And, will this enable the search into the system directories?

Scroll bar is much easier to see now.

I noticed one other thing today. Your link for feedback is not active. Perhaps this is on purpose until you feel it's complete. But though you should be aware.
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Wolfram Teetz (developer) replied on 12 Dec 2013
I see. The search parameter switches are all located in additional search options dialog. It is available by clicking on the "plus" icon on the top row just between "Search for" and "here". I see this seems to be unintuitive, I'll try to do something about that. The feedback link is on purpose only active on right click and copy link in release candidates. Thank you. I will release 1.2 today if everything goes as planned.
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Wolfram Teetz (developer) replied on 12 Dec 2013
With the "Exclude hidden files and folders" switch disabled, iMango searches in all directories including system directories.
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+1

+701
Jazzyguy commented on 09 Dec 2013
It doesn't work in 10.6.8 either. The interface works and doesn't crash but it will not search for any files at all. I will not review it as it doesn't work.
[Version 1.1]

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Wolfram Teetz (developer) replied on 10 Dec 2013
Thank you as well. I have received various crash reports on Snow Leopard, Lion and Mavericks. For some strange reason, this never happens on the five Machines I am testing on, probably due to some different library version that I have installed everywhere. A fix is already out for testing.
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Wolfram Teetz (developer) replied on 10 Dec 2013
Thank you as well. I have received various crash reports on Snow Leopard, Lion and Mavericks. For some strange reason, this never happens on the five machines I am testing on, probably due to some different library version that I have installed everywhere. A fix is already out for testing. You can also download it from my dropbox here : https://www.dropbox.com/s/q449rhtqgh6ofwr/iMango.1.2RC.app.zip
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Wolfram Teetz (developer) replied on 10 Dec 2013
1.2RC2 link for testing :
https://www.dropbox.com/s/jxx962g4lnyel78/iMango%201.2%20RC2.app.zip
burypromote

+4
Skapplin commented on 07 Dec 2013
First try, crashed under Mavericks. Needs more work.
[Version 1.1]

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+4
flash1296gmailcom8977 replied on 07 Dec 2013
Confirmed. Crashes under Mavericks.

How can one be a software developer being that far behind in their OS and without so much as having contact with a human running OS X 10.9 ?
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sir79ius replied on 08 Dec 2013
Thank you for the Info. Confimed that I did two modifications after the test on Mavericks. Fix coming.
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Wolfram Teetz (developer) replied on 10 Dec 2013
1.2RC2 link for Mavericks testing:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/jxx962g4lnyel78/iMango%201.2%20RC2.app.zip
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Downloads:712
Version Downloads:529
Type:Utilities : File Management
License:Free
Date:12 Dec 2013
Platform:Intel 64 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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iMango is a supplement of Spotlight. It finds files, folders or contents in any file and diplays the results in a tree view, so that you can browse through the folder structure of the results much quicker and more intuitively than in Spotlight.

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