QuickAccessCM
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QuickAccessCM is a contextual menu plug-in for easy access to frequently used folders, documents and applications. It can be used as a launcher, file commander or installer. QuickAccessCM plugin provides the following independent modules:
  • "Quick Access" with items for quick opening
  • "Move To" with folders into which you often move things
  • "Copy To" with folders into which you often copy things
  • "Make Alias In" with folders in which you collect aliases
What's New
Version 1.7.1:
  • Maintenance update, rebuilt for Mac OS 10.5
  • Italian localization by Roberto Rota and Alessandro
  • German localization by "the Alien"
Requirements
Intel/PPC, Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later



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Voxsola commented on 27 Jun 2010
Does not work in Snow Leopard. Shame... I'll miss this one.
[Version 1.7.1]


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Waipepe reviewed on 28 Sep 2009
Hi I use QuickAccess Daily and It is a wonderful program
Are you going to Up grade ?
The more I use it the more I realize it's potential
It works across multiple hard drives
I am blown away

Regards
Harry
[Version 1.7.2]


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ochyming commented on 01 Nov 2007
thankx again.
works well on Leopard.
[Version 1.7.1]


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tomem commented on 18 Nov 2006
Are there plans to include a checkbox to "add to menu" when choosing a destination folder? That would be a very natural place for users to add items to their menu, and is a feature I'd much like to see...
[Version 1.7.1]


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krazykat commented on 26 Jan 2006
Question: I accidentally added a folder to the 'Move to' menu. Is there an easy way to remove it?
Thanks for this much needed addition to the Mac.
[Version 1.7]

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krazykat replied on 26 Jan 2006
Ah ha, found it in the 'read me' sorry. Option click does the trick.
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Mac5 commented on 23 Jan 2006
I have the same problem as SUPERMATT has.. Its tells me it can't be installed for the same reasons.. Most odd, because I too have never previously installed this particular CM on my Mac..
[Version 1.7]


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SuperMatt (developer) commented on 23 Jan 2006
Refuses to install...error msg says can't delete the com.abracode.QuickAccessSetup.plist item in my user prefs folder...even though one never existed!?

The Troubleshooting says I should change my Contextual Menu folder permissions to system/admin even though they are now user/user with read/write permission for me? And when I NEVER have had a problem with ANY other contextual menu item install? Seems to me that the author should be adjusting HIS program to fit the way users work, not ME changing my settings to fit HIS program! Call me crazy, but I like EASE OF USE, not apps that make me jump through lame hoops to install them...FREE OR NOT! :)
[Version 1.7]


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Anonymous reviewed on 06 May 2005
For two years now in my usage, it was and is a fast, stable and productive CM. Very handy for dealing with daily routines.

Thanks a lot.
[Version 1.6]


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Anonymous reviewed on 20 Jul 2004
Finder is stupefyingly bad. I dread having to move a file.

Thank you for this
[Version 1.5.3]


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Anonymous reviewed on 19 Apr 2004
This is great! I've always been annoyed that the Finder's baseline contextual menu contains the ability to make a new folder, but not the ability to open a new Finder window - now I can use QuickAccessCM to do it.

Unsanity's Fruit Menu has lots more features, but it's shareware ($10), and I didn't need all the extra stuff. QuickAccessCM is nonetheless pretty capable and the price (free) can't be beat.

Although I rated stability highly, I haven't had it installed all that long yet.
[Version 1.5.3]


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Abracode had trouble on 23 Jan 2006
Sorry for the installation snafu for new users. This has been corrected and version 1.7r2 is online. Please try again.
[Version 1.7]


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Jefferytowne had trouble on 19 Oct 2003
QuickAccess SetUp 1.5.1 refused to run. I got no Contextual menu items from any of my other CMs after installing 1.5.1. It must a conflict of some kind. Everything works fine, again, after re-installing 1.5.
[Version 1.5.1]


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Downloads:21,196
Version Downloads:339
Type:Utilities : Contextual Menus
License:Free
Date:02 Nov 2007
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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QuickAccessCM is a contextual menu plug-in for easy access to frequently used folders, documents and applications. It can be used as a launcher, file commander or installer. QuickAccessCM plugin provides the following independent modules:
  • "Quick Access" with items for quick opening
  • "Move To" with folders into which you often move things
  • "Copy To" with folders into which you often copy things
  • "Make Alias In" with folders in which you collect aliases


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