FinderPop
FinderPop
2.5.7

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FinderPop free download for Mac

FinderPop2.5.7

28 September 2014

Adds enhanced contextual menu features to folders in OS X.

Overview

FinderPop is a Universal preference pane that extends OS X's contextual menus using a FinderPop Items folder much as the Apple Menu Items folder used to do for the Apple menu

It has other features too:

  • Control-free popup in the Finder - handy for those with one-button mice.
  • A launcher that takes up zero screen real estate, merely a click on any blank area of menubar away,
  • A handy filesystem browser, allowing quick and easy access to files and disks in the Finder,
  • A Processes menu (Command-click a blank menubar area.)
  • Fast access to 'Where's that dratted file I had on the Desktop?' (Shift-Click a blank menubar area.)
  • A comprehensive collection of vaguely beer-related aphorisms in the Aboutbox.

Please use the FinderPop Help button in the preference pane; there are many features in FP that are not immediately obvious. I'm working on it :-) The FAQ in the Help is also worth a read. Most UI elements have fairly comprehensive help tags, so just hover the mouse over something if you're not sure. The manual is also available online. Also note the FinderPop Support Forum

What's new in FinderPop

Version 2.5.7:
  • Allow FP to work with alias files produced by the Yosemite Finder.
  • In FinderPop's "Move/Copy/Alias" dialog, you can control-click the "Alias" button and FinderPop will create symlinks instead of aliases.
  • Fix minor bug in the "Move To..." and "Copy To..." scripts introduced last time (in the 'FinderPop Extras' folder.)
  • Add new "Alias To..." and "Symlink To..." scripts.
  • Fix a buffer overrun bug which could cause a crash in rare instances.

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205 Reviews of FinderPop

5
Jazzyguy
22 July 2013
Version: 2.4.9

Most helpful

OF all the applications available for Free this older app stands out.It is a wonderful app made by a Developer who really cares about his users. It belongs in a Hall OF Fame for all apps shareware or free.
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Eric•Woehler
27 May 2018
Version: 2.5.7
Works under High Sierra by disabling SIP (restart in Recovery mode, fire up Terminal, type 'csrutil disable' (without the ') and reboot. It's a 5-star app, highly customisable, highly recommended. Long-time user. I have set up folders with symbolic links to most-frequently used files, external volumers, core services etc - all available at anytime by the press of trackpad. Feature set/options unique and best in class. Recommended without qualifications.
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nobody2011
07 April 2018
Version: 2.5.7
Still NOT working under MacOS High Sierra (10.13.4)
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Aargl
28 February 2018
Version: 2.5.7
There's a v2.5.9beta available here: http://www.finderpop.com/fnarr/fp/t_348.html (with some workarounds to make it work in recent OSes) Unfortunately, Turly is retiring after 20 years of finderpopping: http://www.finderpop.com/fnarr/fp/ As he says, the Mac as we used to know it is slowly vanishing in the haze of an iOS like os, and utilities like FP or DragThing, etc. are not keen to attract new users. Thanks, Turly, for all those years!
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5
neartheredrocks
17 October 2016
Version: 2.5.7
Still working under MacOS Sierra. Deserves another five stars.
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billybillybilly
19 September 2016
Version: 2.5.7
I noticed that another SIP-centric app (Bartender) was able to disable SIP, install the app and then reenable SIP, and have it work. (It has since been upgraded to v.2 so it isn't necessary anymore) Seriously thinking about disabling SIP, because I miss FP. Has anyone tried this method?
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RogerKatz
13 December 2015
Version: 2.5.6
The current version is 2.5.7. The Developer's website says: "FinderPop will NOT work on OS X 10.11 El Capitan unless System Integrity Protection (aka "Rootless Mode") is disabled. For normal users, I would not recommend disabling SIP, though it is possible to disable it and get FinderPop to (mostly) work."
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Noivad
04 November 2015
Version: 2.5.7
We should send Turly(?) more pint money so he gets drunk enough to decide to update FinderPop to work with 10.11 without disabling SIP. The dev for Default Folder X said it is no easy feat to make it work with 10.11 with SIP enabled, and given both of these devs have been writing for Mac OS and OS X since the 90s, I believe them. Also, I gotta mention this was one of the first things I installed on my new macs for at least a decade+ (same with DFX—since the 90s for both). Power Users need/want these sort of productivity boosters. I wish they had the resources to make these transitions easy, and I wish Apple would reach out to help them given the long track record of value they’ve added to the platform.
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djcz
04 November 2015
Version: 2.5.7
The latest version (2.5.7) of this product is NOT compatible with OS X 10.11 and later. When you click on the FinderPop System Preference, it throws up a message stating that it is not compatible. At this point, even though there is an "OK" button, you cannot dismiss the dialog box and System Preferences must be force quit.
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misterjspencer
13 October 2015
Version: 2.5.7
Can't get this to work in El Capitan...man these stupid OSX names are getting me down,
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Eric•Woehler
08 October 2015
Version: 2.5.7
This is a no-brainer, must-have, no question about it utility for Mac. Been using it since the earliest versions (System 8 I believe). Apple's El CRAPITAN has killed so many of my GUI tweaks (Flavours, ASM, cDock, Finderpop, FolderGlance etc) that the simple choice is between SIP/system lockdown/vanilla GUI designed for 8 year olds or full-blown customization. Easy, disabled rootless and starting to rebuild MY computer and MY software and MY gui etc as I want it, not Tim!!
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Panocha
06 October 2015
Version: 2.5.7
Please don't stop development just because Apple is really stupid. The first thing I did was disable SIP even before I got to testing FP, because none of my other system modifications that I have made myself worked. Apple has gone overboard for a platform that doesn't even have any viruses. If it ever gets to the point of not being able to customize our own computers, then there will be no point in having a Mac anymore.
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Panocha
06 October 2015
Version: 2.5.7
This is one of those "can't live without" utilities, and it should be working. The beta for El Capitan has been public for a very long time. I wonder what the lag is. I know a lot of us can't afford the developer tools, that's what's killing a lot of stuff on the Mac. Apple is really stupid in this matter. Why would anyone pay thousands of dollars so they can make free and donation-ware? With that said, El Capitan has been out for months on torrents. Apple really needs to do something to help the little guy.
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bikerbob38
05 October 2015
Version: 2.5.7
Just upgraded to El Capitan on 04 Oct. FinderPop would not work. Downloaded the latest version on the same day and that won't work either. Sure hope they fix it.
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Knowhowe
02 October 2015
Version: 2.5.7
The first thing I install on any Mac I come across. But having to do without it now as it won't work in El Capitan. All of a sudden, finding files is a right pain. Hurry up and fix it Turly! :)
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MichaelHaeusler
26 August 2015
Version: 2.5.7
One of the best auxiliary apps for the Mac. Works great on Yosemite. I just hope it will work on El Capitan with all those new system restrictions.
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glandfield
21 March 2015
Version: 2.5.7
Turly should get a knighthood if not immediate canonization. FinderPop is as essential as a comfy chair and in a not dissimilar way.
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dalesorel
07 March 2015
Version: 2.5.7
Is anyone getting a "Contents" submenu in OS X 10.10.x with a right-click?
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5
Cowicide
24 February 2015
Version: 2.5.7
Turly has been updating this for many years and it's still as vital as it was ages ago before even OS X existed. I still use it to click-n-hold to pop up a hierarchical list of folder contents in the Finder and explore sub-folders instead of mindlessly clicking folder after folder in the Finder. Saves a tremendous amount of time as it has many advantages in speed and functionality. While this app is free like it's always been, I would suggest sending a donation to Turly for his beer, for thanks and to promote further development in the future.
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4
Yazarim
28 November 2014
Version: 2.5.7
Very good and useful application, indeed. Happily using it for many years. But in Yosemite it seems to have a strange behaviour. Very difficult to trigger. Happens only to me?
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5
Boysetsthefire
28 September 2014
Version: 2.5.7
Best of all Mac applications - has been since the beginning.
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5
Kobalt
27 September 2014
Version: 2.5.7
Thanks for the Autumnal Equinox update, Turly. I'm not running Yosemite yet (my setup is for production and no way am I going to run the risk of a beta OS), but that's only a matter of time. At least I'll be ready as far as FinderPop is concerned.
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WordWeaver
27 September 2014
Version: 2.5.7
An indispensable part of my daily workflow. Easy to install. Easy to use. Thanks Turly for fixing the alias issue. Much appreciated.
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Lightning
27 September 2014
Version: 2.5.7
I'm using Yosemite beta and FinderPop wasn't working for a couple of days (until this update) and that made me realize how much I missed it. This app is GREAT! Just give it a try.
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5
Kobalt
22 July 2014
Version: 2.5.6
A must-have addition to any power-user's Mac. I wouldn't want to be without it.
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5
Gaberdine
16 July 2014
Version: 2.5.5
Get it. Use it. Donate. It's really that simple. This baby is integral to my Mac experience and essential to my workflow. I'd forgotten how much I use Finder Pop until I turned it off to upgrade... suddenly I realised my Mac "didn't work" anymore. All those handy contextual menu extras were gone. What the...? I'd become so used to the seamless way that Finder Pop integrates with Mac OS, that I was taking it for granted. Not any more. Pints of Beamish will be winging their way towards you Señor Turly. Many thanks.
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5
Jason-Milles-76
09 June 2014
Version: 2.5.5
One of the best free must have for every Mac OSX user. Terrific tool !!
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wickedsp1d3r
09 June 2014
Version: 2.5.5
It would be perfect if it worked with Chrome(ium). This is not due to developer, though.
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Spudboy
09 June 2014
Version: 2.5.5
Still not "Sherlocked" with the release of Weed!
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4.5
rwe250
09 June 2014
Version: 2.5.5
I've sent Turly many pints over the many years that we've used FinderPop. We hope you folks will do the same. This prefpane should be an integral part of the Mac OS but is not. Thank you very much Turly, you have been a true benefactor to the Mac community! With Sincere Appreciation, Russell
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5
Jimw
08 June 2014
Version: 2.5.5
This product should get some kind of an award for being one of the best additions to Mac OS ever created along with ease of use, stability, good user support, and longevity. It is simply a must have for any Mac user. If you haven't tried it yet you have no idea what you are missing and how it can improve your productivity and reduce navigation frustration.
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DonM7173
08 June 2014
Version: 2.5.5
Been out since 26 April 2014 and only NOW appears here?! hmmm. . . .
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JamesHarrisPhoto
08 June 2014
Version: 2.5.5
This is absolutely one of my favorite Mac utilities EVER... when it works. It seems that every installation I've done with the next new version of FinderPop, it works for a while, and then completely stops working. There seems to be nothing I can do to get it working again. To be fair, I do not know if this is a problem solely with FinderPop, or if another utility is somehow interfering. But I love FinderPop so much that I'm going to install it again! :-)
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5
Kobalt
24 October 2013
Version: 2.5.1
Hey Turly, thanks fo Ralph the Wonder Llama!
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5
lazr5943
23 October 2013
Version: 2.5.1
Was hoping FP would finally work while in Chrome. Still fantastic! laz
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5
Jazzyguy
23 October 2013
Version: 2.5.1
Incredible Application,To have it back in Mavericks is a Godsend! Without it I felt Mavericks was without the most valuable tool which I prized!
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5
GianMarco.Tavazzani
05 August 2013
Version: 2.5
6 STARS IF… it could solve the problem of not popping up in the menubar if Chrome (or its relatives) is frontmost app. But by time this problem stays not solved so… ONLY 5 STARS, sorry Turly!!! :-D
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The-Equalizer
01 August 2013
Version: 2.5
I keep downloading "damaged archives." I've tried several different computers in different locations... Always great to see an update to this brilliant app.
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5
Stephan2nd
01 August 2013
Version: 2.5
Must have free utility !! BTW it doesn't work with OSX10.9 atm - any fix for this?
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4.5
cmotdibbler
31 July 2013
Version: 2.5
Quit reading, install this and give 5 stars. Developer has been around since the OS8 days. Incredibly useful contextual menu handler.
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5
Jimwoolum
31 July 2013
Version: 2.5
One of the finest time savers and ease-of-use add-ons EVER. Rock solid.
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4.5
Frank-O'Connor
31 July 2013
Version: 2.5
Apple should license this puppy to be included standard as part of MacOS X. The developer should be canonised, and worshipped from afar. This is one singularly useful little package.
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5
Mariopue
25 July 2013
Version: 2.4.9
Great little app. Does what it states, and does it well. Definitely my preferred one for file managing, smoothly, quickly and easily. The best is, it is free. A BIG thanks goes to developer.
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5
Jazzyguy
22 July 2013
Version: 2.4.9
OF all the applications available for Free this older app stands out.It is a wonderful app made by a Developer who really cares about his users. It belongs in a Hall OF Fame for all apps shareware or free.
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5
VictorPrijker
22 July 2013
Version: 2.4.9
thank you, thank you, thank you!
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5
Eric•Woehler
22 July 2013
Version: 2.4.9
A genuine 5-star app! Solid and works like a charm, highly customisable, you can do so much with it. I am a long-time user (since the days of System 9) and I install it as soon as I can on any new mac. Highly recommended.
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5
Kobalt
21 July 2013
Version: 2.4.9
One of my 3 most useful System Pref extensions. Of course, I could live without it, but why should I? And all for the love of it, so it seems (mind you, well worth the voluntary price of a round of pints). On ya, Turly!
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hwgray
22 May 2013
Version: 2.4.6
An oldie-but-a-goodie. Now at v2.4.*7*, updated for Mountain Lion. FWIW, on his site, Turley refers to all released versions as "beta."
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Stephen-Fry
22 May 2013
Version: 2.4.6
This app is the reason why many other apps do not work fine on a MBPr So if you have a MBPr don't use this because it crashes other apps that uses the Finder APIs.
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RavenNevermore
28 February 2013
Version: 2.4.6
Boy, this brings back memories! It was always one of my favorite add ons for OS 9. Great to see Turly back on the Mac!
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5
Magosilvan
11 January 2013
Version: 2.4.6
Really useful! A must have! Thanks to the developer.
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5
Colette
11 December 2012
Version: 2.4.6
like it. works fine.
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Aargl
14 October 2012
Version: 2.4.6
Hi Turly! As a long time user, I'm sorry to say that the "move" function (when you click on a folder in the FinderPop Elements) is not working on my 10.5.8 PPC, it's just copying the item, not moving it. As I've just discovered this function (shame on me! ;-), I can't say if it was working in previous versions...
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5
Full Score
12 October 2012
Version: 2.4.6
Now that the Mountain Lion problem has been fixed, this is an excellent little program.
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papericons
02 October 2012
Version: 2.4.6
This is a great piece of software which I use many times during the course of a day. I have limited real estate on my 13" screen and this makes it that much easier getting to the things I need to use. Get it, you won't be sorry.
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rwe250
02 October 2012
Version: 2.4.6
Absolutely Fabulous (heh, heh). Never knew why Apple didn't incorporate this into the main OS functionality. Turly is undoubtably the best author of Apple code! I've bought him many pints. I hope you do too!
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Sgginc
01 October 2012
Version: 2.4.6
2.4.6 release notes from developer’s site: What's New in 2.4.6? Works on PowerPC 10.4/10.5, and Intel 10.4/10.5, almost everything works on Intel 10.6/10.7/10.8. 2.4.6 improves MacOS 10.8 Mountain Lion compatibility Doesn't crash horribly like 2.4.5 - apologies to all affected * blush * Also adds support for the 10.6/10.7 Finder's Go menu - add an empty folder to your FinderPop Items folder called Finder Recent---R and the Recent folders from the Finder's Go menu will appear there. Numerous other bugfixes and a couple of new features - see the Release Notes and the Hints & Tips sections of the Book Of Words. Regular Beta versions available in the FinderPop forums
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hwgray
01 October 2012
Version: 2.4.4
An oldie-but-goodie now at v2.4.6, updated for Mountain Lion.
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Camille-C-Laflamme
29 July 2012
Version: 2.4.4
Hi Turly Thanks for the new update, this piece of software is the best launcher I have ever used, with you since the beginning and hope I will never have to be seperated from this wonderful and incredible software. Can't compute without this piece of software, hope you get as many beers as stars you get. Camille
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Jazzyguy
29 July 2012
Version: 2.4.4
FinderPop is great for so many things! It is a launcher that is useful and it has so many other functions.( Don't forget the beer stuff) It is an excellent app that just keeps getting better with every version.
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Exegete77
28 July 2012
Version: 2.4.4
I have used FP for many years, even prior to OS X. Always useful. But with this update, ML will not allow it to launch because “it is not in MAS or not an approved vender.” If it actually worked like it had up through 10.7, then this would get a five star rating. Until this is resolved, can’t even rate it.
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Jo-Spock
26 July 2012
Version: 2.4.1
Ok ! I'm ready for the Mountain Lion edition ;) Think of all that virtual beer coming your way... :0
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5
Doug-Engelbart
29 January 2012
Version: 2.4.1
An absolute must-have since the nineties. Only the strange appearance of labelled filenames is still not solved: http://www.fnarr.net/fp/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=208#p904
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ModStereo
05 January 2012
Version: 2.4.1
Actually one of the most useful apps! Runs perfectly on macpro 10.6.8. Was horrified when switching from windows to mac to find a lack of contextual menues - but finder pop fixed me right up!
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5
mwab
23 October 2011
Version: 2.4.1
Great! Always works, never crashes. Very handy.
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Rgl-1
14 October 2011
Version: 2.4.1
Have been using FinderPop regularly again for a while now. Indispensable software, solid, and you can't beat the price.
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plecto
10 October 2011
Version: 2.4.1
Causes Microsoft Office 2011 applications to crash on Mac OSX 10.5.8
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plecto
10 October 2011
Version: 2.4.1
After installing this PrefPane, all Microsoft Office 2011 applications crash when opening a file, say a PPT presentation or an Excel spreadsheet!! I experienced this on Mac OSX 10.5.8. After removing the prefpane, Office 2011 returned working ok.
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0.5
Zbyszekc
09 October 2011
Version: 2.4.1
Only for english interface! In the Polish interface makes a mess / confusion. Finder menu commands are in Polish and English versions simultaneously.
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hwgray
09 October 2011
Version: 2.4
Version 2,4.1 is available, as of today, 10/08/11.
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Noivad
03 October 2011
Version: 2.4
I had FinderPop on all my macs back in the OS 8/9 days, and It was so great I sent Turly enough money for a few pints as thanks. He sent me a kind thank you and the rest is history. When OS X came out I missed FinderPop, but Turly (a former Apple Developer from what I remember) came back and enhanced an already enhanced contextual menu system. Thanks again Turly... I think I owe you a few more pints. :)
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artie505
20 September 2011
Version: 2.4
The GUI shown in the posted image is of v 2.0.3 beta 1, dated 9-16-2007. Is it truly unchanged since then?
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Arnauld
19 September 2011
Version: 2.4
Thank you Turly for "Finder Pop": A great tool since the days of MacOS 8/9 - indispensable until today and so at last I.O.U. some of your favourite liquid gold. A virtual equivalent for a pint or two is on the way…
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Mac-Mail
19 September 2011
Version: 2.4
GREAT!
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Petersphilo
19 September 2011
Version: 2.4
i've been using FinderPop ever since MacOS 8; it's an amazingly useful addition to the Mac OS. The developer is incredibly responsive, considering the fact that FinderPop is free! I urge everyone to donate! Be Well!
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hwgray
19 September 2011
Version: 2.4
The only piece of donationware that I _never_ fail to donate to! And more than once once, at that. I've been a big fan of this app since its beginning. Not to mention that, Turlough, its author, is a major dude!;-) That complete rewrite that you mentioned, Turlough? Go for it!
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M-Luther
19 September 2011
Version: 2.4
I just rediscovered FinderPop after using it for years prior to OS X. I think FinderPop was the first ever shareware/freeware title I donated money to. Was sad to see it go after OS X came out. I didn't even know this was back on OS X after all this time. Thanks to MacUpdate! I am glad to be using FinderPop on my Macs once again. I love being able to right click to access my volumes, apps, and documents with ease, among other things.
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Bruseth
19 September 2011
Version: 2.4
FinderPop is nothing but GREAT! My fav add-on to my Mac. I so very much appreciate all the hard work Turly has done for all these many years. I think Turly's name will go down in Mac history as a true legend. The man's brilliant!
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cmotdibbler
19 September 2011
Version: 2.4
I used finder pop back in the system 8/9 days. Great piece of software. I treat it like ccleaner on windows (first thing installed).
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neartheredrocks
18 September 2011
Version: 2.4
Simply terrific! 1000 thanks for this application!
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BGAMarketingLtd
18 September 2011
Version: 2.4
Hurrah! Long live FinderPop! First. Thing. I install.
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Smayer97
19 August 2011
Version: 2.3.0
I used this so much in OS 9 and earlier. Was sad when it was not available for OS X for SOOOO LONG!! Had to figure so many other work arounds. I was thrilled when it finally showed up for OS X!!!! Took me a while to re-integrate myself as I picked up so many poor habits without it. Now I'm so glad I returned to better habits with FinderPop. A couple of small problems exist. 1. finder label colours do not show up consistently in the menus and sub-menus when clicking on Menu bar. Label colours do not show up at all when clicking on finder items directly. 2. some utils complain about it: Drive Genius 3.x, BTT (BetterTouchTool) used for Magic Mouse and Touch Pad 3. Would be nice if it worked with SecondBar or the like. I'm on 27" iMac 2.93Ghz i7 Quad with OS X.6.7
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Vinkri
08 June 2011
Version: 2.3.0
I used Finderpop on my 1999 iMac (MacOS) 8 a loooong time ago. But since I got back to Apple (after getting abused by the dark side of the Force) in 2006, I completely forgot about it. I'll give it a try. The review below is for the Classic version.
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4.5
Poikkeus
20 December 2010
Version: 2.3.0
I have little difficulty finding files or applications, but if Spotlight (or my memory) fails, FinderPop is an quietly flashy pref pane that allows you to access the software. With FP, you can quickly find errant files - in the context of your running computer - giving you yet another tool to find the files you need.
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Tachy0n
25 November 2010
Version: 2.3.0
Has anyone else got this working on 10.6.5? It is "On" in the Preference Pane, but it does not work. No sign of it in any contextual menus. The FP-Injector is running in my process list.
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Nout72
13 October 2010
Version: 2.3.0
Awesome! I have been looking for a QuickAccess replacement - which broke with the release of Snow Leopard - for quite a while. I have used a "Move to" apple script, but that wasn't very snappy, the pop up screen (where you have to choose the destination folder) always takes a long time to show up. FinderPop is great in that it gives all three options, move, copy and make alias in one pop up. Just make aliases of the most used folders and put them in the Finderpop items folder. It is fast and so far I haven't encountered any bugs or slowing down. One (small) thing I don't care much about is that it will show the content of the (aliased) folders, for me the move and copy option would be enough.
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Roro01
31 July 2010
Version: 2.3.0
ONLY ONE ANNOYING PROBLEM It is often not responsive when clicking on the menu bar. iMac Intel 10.6.4
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hwgray
25 May 2010
Version: 2.3.0
Dump MSN! Keep FinderPop! FP is independenly designed for the Mac by a Mac user. MSN is by Microsoft to Microsoft standards by a company that would dump all things Apple, if it could.
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Buligwyf
24 May 2010
Version: 2.3.0
@Mousee. Thanks. I will give the forum a shot.
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Buligwyf
24 May 2010
Version: 2.3.0
Can not invoke FinderPop no matter where or what on my MacBook running 10.6.3. Anyone have a suggestion please?
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Syed-Ali
24 May 2010
Version: 2.3.0
As soon as I installed this, my MSN Messenger Version 8.0.0 (100326) started crashing and would not run at all. I rebooted my Mac and MSN messenger still wouldn't work. I removed FinderPop and rebooted my Mac. After that my MSN started working again. Has anyone else seen this issue ? I am running OS 10.5.8 on a Intel Core Duo Macmini 1.66 Ghz.
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Shooters
24 May 2010
Version: 2.3.0
Fantastic. I never get used to Windows-a-like rightclick stuff. This is truly a time saver for me. Thank you thank you thank you !!
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Leo-Spill
24 May 2010
Version: 2.3.0
Turly the standard, against which all apps should be measured.
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Mousee
23 May 2010
Version: 2.3.0
Thanks Turly for your hard work on the latest version. I have been using that most useful piece of software since... hum... since... O.K... since... well, I don't even remember. Snow Leopard remained in its box until a FP beta came out, but now my machines are happy again. Beers are on the way, and all the best to you and your shoulder.
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Zx81
23 May 2010
Version: 2.3.0
I thinkk I've been using Finderpop since the beginning (Yes, some of us are still alive) and I love it as much as I enjoy reading -and sharing- Turly's view on life and beer.
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Kobalt
23 May 2010
Version: 2.3.0
I never used FinderPop in it's pre-SL incarnation, but am now totally hooked. Thanks for making this, Turly. And thanks for making it so well!
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Killer-Klown-Kar
31 March 2010
Version: 2.2.4b8
I recently fell back in love with Finder Pop. Back in the dark days of "Classic" this was simply a must have. Because honestly you stood less chance of crashing and restarting the entire computer by moving files around with a contextual menu than an actual Finder copy. When OS X came out I relied heavily on Pathfinder for many functions. However, Pathfinder has just gotten to be a big pain in the butt. To bloated, too slow, and generally to cumbersome. Well the God's have been listening and have brought FinderPop for OS X back. If you haven't ever used it, try it. It's deceptively simple appearing for a massive amount of functionality.
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Knowhowe
19 March 2010
Version: 2.2.4b8
Wow, it's back! I'm SO happy to have FinderPop back on my Mac. Massive thanks for that Turly. I'll slip you a few bob for a bevvy when I can... I've always missed the Apple Menu. After its demise, I long used Unsanity's FruitMenu and when that died under Snow Leopard, have been using XMenu. Until now that is. FinderPop is the best thing to happen to my Mac in ages. All I need now is by beloved WindowShade to be updated for SL and I'll once again be truly productive. Mind you, the way Unsanity's shaping up, I'm not holding my breath... Hey Turley, you're the sort of genius who understands what we really need to make our Macs work- so how about knocking out a replacement for WindowShade? You'd make a fortune mate. My money's waiting! What possesses Apple to get rid of oh-so-useful functions such as configurable contexual menus and window shading anyway?
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Lrowan
19 March 2010
Version: 2.2.4b8
FP has been from years ago one of these wonderful apps that you almost forget how good it is until you can't use it as it has happened with the regrettable accident of Turly. Even so he has continued working on it, so, thank you, Turly. I think you deserves our Pintware contribution (even more being for a good cause ;-)). MdP
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An-onymous
19 March 2010
Version: 2.2.4b8
Apparently the author has well recovered from his accident in Barcelona. This town is by far the European champion for robbery (eg I got two MacBook Pros stolen there and all my friends were robbed in the street or in the hotels) but it is (was) not so famous for circulation accidents. Anyway, FinderPop is working brilliantly on Leopard now, and it is more useful than ever. Note that unlike indicated, it is necessary to reboot after installation to have FP work properly. Congrats Turly.
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Frank-Two
19 March 2010
Version: 2.2.4b8
This is really great stuff. I've been using it for years and never any problems. I even bought Turly a couple of pints a few years back. You don't really know how much help it is unless you try it. Do yourself a favor and install it now.
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