NeoFinder
NeoFinder
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NeoFinder free download for Mac

NeoFinder

7.5
07 November 2019

Catalog your external media and disks (was CDFinder).

Overview

NeoFinder (formerly CDFinder) rapidly organizes your data, either on external or internal disks, or any other volumes. It catalogs and manages all your data, so you stay in control of your data archive or disk library. With extensive metadata support, you can find your files quickly.

Features:
  • Catalog: any hard disk, SSD, Server Volume, Backblaze B2, Dropbox, data folder, CD-R, DVD-R, Blu-Ray, iPod, Audio-CD, USB-Stick, FTP-Server, and more
  • Power: Handle really large amounts of data
  • Organize: Add Keywords, Ratings, Descriptions, and more in the XMP editor for photos and videos, even multiple files at once
  • Photo Previews: Create beautiful thumbnails for many photo and image formats, such as JPG, TIFF, EPS, RAW, PDF, PSD, Affinity Photo, Adobe Illustrator, Affinity Designer, Affinity Publisher, Adobe Indesign, BMP, GIF, PNG, TGA
  • Photo Meta Data: XMP (used by Adobe Bridge), EXIF and IPTC meta data (including GPS geotags), and JPG, TIFF, PICT and BMP photo details
  • Audio Previews: Let NeoFinder create short sound snippets of your music in the catalog
  • Audio Meta Data: MP3, AAC (iTunes), FLAC (Lossless), ALAC (Apple Lossless), and AIFF meta data: author, album, title, composer, lyrics, cover art, track number, duration, bit rate, genre, year, comment. Even catalogs whole Audio-CDs, and Apple iPhone ringtone files!
  • Movie metadata: get thumbnails, the dimension, duration, codec and frame rate out of movie files, supporting AVI, MOV, MP4, FLV, MPG, MKV, M4V, and others
  • Geotagging: NeoFinder catalogs and displays GPS EXIF tags of photos, and has direct links to Google Earth, Flickr, Panoramio, Google Maps and MapQuest. NeoFinder can even search for photos that were taken near any location (GeoFinder), and export GPS data to KMZ files
  • Networkable: Share your NeoFinder database in your entire workgroup on a server (requires a Business License)
  • Cross-platform: With abeMeda (was CDWinder), you can use one database for both worlds!
  • Workflow Integration: Automatically catalog all discs burned by Roxio Toast; Drag any image directly from NeoFinder into applications like Adobe InDesign, Quark XPress, Apple Pages, Microsoft Office; integrate NeoFinder into FileMaker Pro databases, and much more
  • Find it! Best Find functions, and of course offline browsing of all your volumes - even in multiple windows, if you want to
  • Spotlight Integration: Search your local disks with Spotlight and as well as your catalogs from inside NeoFinder
  • Import catalogs: These formats are supported: FileFinder, DiskCatalogMaker, Disk Recall, DiskWizard, Iomega FindIt, Portents DiskTracker (both 1.x and 2.x!), Catalogue, CatFinder, "Neometric" Catalog, DiskLibrary, Media Catalog, DiskCatalogMaker (Text export), TOLIS Group BRU, Cache-A XML files, WhereIsIt (Windows), SuperCat for Windows (".idx" database files), Delicious Library XML, Broken Cross Disk Manager (Windows), and Advanced Disk Catalog (ADC for Windows) catalog or export files, and iView MediaPro and Microsoft Expression Media XML files
  • Fast and really easy to use, see screenshots
  • Export catalog data to text, XML, and web galleries
  • Insight: Look inside archive files: ZIP, TAR, .rar, StuffIt (.sit and even .sitx), and others, including Disk Image contents
  • International: English, German, French, Italian, Swedish, Spanish and Dutch user interface, all in one application
  • Unicode compatible: Use NeoFinder to catalog file names and metadata of any language
  • AppleScript: Integrate NeoFinder with FileMaker Pro or any other application, or extend the abilities of NeoFinder
  • Extend your NeoFinder catalog database by using five custom fields for any content you need
  • FileCheck: Only NeoFinder can generate an industrial strength MD5 checksum for every file being cataloged
  • AutoMount: NeoFinder automatically mounts every server volume you have cataloged or updated for you, if needed! And you can of course also ask NeoFinder to mount the volume for you at any time, using the context menu
  • QuickLook: Open a QuickLook window for any selected online file(s) right from inside NeoFinder!
  • Cross-Grade: you already bought a different disk cataloger or media asset manager application, ask us for a good offer!
  • Free email support
  • Languages: User Interface in eight languages, all in one application: English, German, Japanese, French, Italian, Swedish, Spanish and Dutch

What's new in NeoFinder

Version 7.5:
New features and enhancements:
  • Catalog, display, edit, create and export custom metadata or annotation fields for photos and videos
  • The iView Importer can read these custom annotations as well
  • Find Faces will find all thumbnails in a catalog containing a face, and display a green rectangle in the Inspector as well (can be turned off in the Inspector Settings)
  • AutoUpdater has been massively expanded. It can run schedules on specific weekdays, or when a volume is mounted, or when NeoFinder is launched
  • NeoFinder 7.5 is certified to run in macOS 10.15. We still very highly recommend to wait with the update to macOS 10.15 at least until 10.15.5 is released next year
  • NeoFinder is "notarized", which Apple promises is supposed increase the security. Or so
  • Icon View can display up to 3 lines of metadata or annotations, and you can chose what you want to see
  • Photo Contact Sheet also uses up to 3 freely selectable metadata lines
  • NeoFinder can use Aliases in the Database Folder pointing to other folders (Business License only)
  • Edit EXIF dates in photos, to adjust time offsets, and more
  • Play a selected video in Gallery View by pressing the Space key, directly inside the NeoFinder window!
  • Navigate to the next or previous item in the Inspector with a menu or keyboard command for much faster metadata editing
  • Inspector: Select which sections should be displayed
  • Sort the Icon View by Duration
  • The Display Filter remembers your settings for the first menu. Keep that in mind if you wonder why NeoFinder may not show all expected items...
  • Find Editor can search for file kind "Email"
  • Find Editor can search for "codec is NOT"
  • "Export Photos as..." is a separate menu command in the Item menu, with Shift-Command-E as a hotkey
  • Photo Export can apply XMP Metadata Presets to the exported file
  • Copy->Path will copy the full macOS style path of a file if it is online
  • Catalog the text content of ".md" (markdown) files
  • Visual adjustments in the main window. The slider is now at the right edge underneath the content, and the text with the number of items always in the center as well
  • NeoFinder can catalog the boot volume in macOS 10.15 properly
  • Photo Export handles rotated photos better
  • Cataloging: Phase One EIP files is much faster, and supports all file variations
  • Export Photos can export to PDF and HEIC format
  • Added more items to the Info.plist to describe the use of the new Folder Cages introduced by Apple in 10.15
  • Copy and Paste of a GPS Geotag will use the view direction, too
  • Compiled using the "hardened runtime", which should make things safer, Apple claims
  • Improved cataloging of certain Person metadata inside of NEF files
  • Improved behaviour changing the ratings or labels when multiple items were selected for QuickLook
  • New progress window when pasting metadata into more than 10 items
  • Massive speed improvements when Updating catalogs with items whose thumbnails were generated by QuickLook
  • Improved Spotlight search for Paths
  • Improved behaviour when searching for video codecs in the Find Editor
  • Improved handling of selecting multiple items in the Icon View
  • Fixes a problem with the incorrect menu commands for Person tokens in the Inspector for offline items
  • Many small fixes and improvements

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Levelbest
02 May 2019

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I was thinking that NeoFinder might be a substitute for DevonThink. It has far less bells and whistles than DevonThink, but the basic idea of being able to catalog everything and show previews so you know what to work on and what not to work on, are essentially the same. DevonThink shows full, clear previews of text documents, PDF, RTF, or plain text. With NeoFinder, I am very disappointed. The way NeoFinder works is to show a small photo icon of a PDF. This is too small of a resolution for anyone to use with any efficiency. PDF previews in NeoFinder are grainy and out of focus. It cannot show a text preview. It will show some small font in a far right panel that the developer says is a preview - but, this is not a preview. I purchased two licenses at the same time, one for a gift to a friend who is a photographer and graphic designer, and one for myself. The main purpose of this software is for people who want to catalog their photos and artwork. As long as this is how it is advertised, I have no problem with it. The last I checked with my friend, he is very satisfied with how NeoFinder catalogued his extensive collection of graphics and art work. However ... after working extensively with NeoFinder support prior to my purchases and having worked with them trying to resolve the very poor way that NeoFinder handles text previews, I finally realized that NeoFinder was never going to work for me as I am a writer and the way NeoFinder handles PDF and text preview is unacceptable. I therefore requested a refund for my license. NeoFinder refused my request for a refund and subsequent emails to them have been ignored by the NeoFinder team. I state all this so that it is a fair review and the reader can make up their own minds about it. NeoFinder is a bad choice for organizing everything. It may still be a good choice for graphics only. But, I have a very bad taste in my mouth now after what I considered a fair, reasonable, and timely request for a refund due to advertised features on the NeoFinder website which are missing in the actual product, ie, “NeoFinder keeps track of your documents”. “NeoFinder keeps track of your documents, photos, songs, movies, and folders wherever they are stored. NeoFinder is your digital treasure chest!” If a company does not practice fair business practices, it seems reason enough for a such a low scoring review. Add to this the poor text handling it is supposed to be able to do but fails miserably, and I think a low scoring review is quite fair. Caveat emptor, buyer beware.
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Version 7.3.3
Levelbest
02 May 2019
I was thinking that NeoFinder might be a substitute for DevonThink. It has far less bells and whistles than DevonThink, but the basic idea of being able to catalog everything and show previews so you know what to work on and what not to work on, are essentially the same. DevonThink shows full, clear previews of text documents, PDF, RTF, or plain text. With NeoFinder, I am very disappointed. The way NeoFinder works is to show a small photo icon of a PDF. This is too small of a resolution for anyone to use with any efficiency. PDF previews in NeoFinder are grainy and out of focus. It cannot show a text preview. It will show some small font in a far right panel that the developer says is a preview - but, this is not a preview. I purchased two licenses at the same time, one for a gift to a friend who is a photographer and graphic designer, and one for myself. The main purpose of this software is for people who want to catalog their photos and artwork. As long as this is how it is advertised, I have no problem with it. The last I checked with my friend, he is very satisfied with how NeoFinder catalogued his extensive collection of graphics and art work. However ... after working extensively with NeoFinder support prior to my purchases and having worked with them trying to resolve the very poor way that NeoFinder handles text previews, I finally realized that NeoFinder was never going to work for me as I am a writer and the way NeoFinder handles PDF and text preview is unacceptable. I therefore requested a refund for my license. NeoFinder refused my request for a refund and subsequent emails to them have been ignored by the NeoFinder team. I state all this so that it is a fair review and the reader can make up their own minds about it. NeoFinder is a bad choice for organizing everything. It may still be a good choice for graphics only. But, I have a very bad taste in my mouth now after what I considered a fair, reasonable, and timely request for a refund due to advertised features on the NeoFinder website which are missing in the actual product, ie, “NeoFinder keeps track of your documents”. “NeoFinder keeps track of your documents, photos, songs, movies, and folders wherever they are stored. NeoFinder is your digital treasure chest!” If a company does not practice fair business practices, it seems reason enough for a such a low scoring review. Add to this the poor text handling it is supposed to be able to do but fails miserably, and I think a low scoring review is quite fair. Caveat emptor, buyer beware.
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Version 7.3.3
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West-Forest-Systems
West-Forest-Systems
09 June 2019
To be fair, let us put some facts on the table:

You are David Groover, is that correct? We have no recent purchase under a name of "LevelBest", but based on what you write, we guess that is you?

You claim we would advertise features that NeoFinder does not have, but actually, everyone can see this is not the case. NeoFinder does keep track of all your documents. All of them.

The NeoFinder users Guide explains in very great detail all the abilities of the product, especially in regards of how it treats text files, and their contents.

If the display of a text thumbnail in the content area of the app was so important for you, how come you didn't simply check out the free demo version to see if it fits your needs?

And last, NeoFinder does not display "fuzzy PDF". It generates a graphical PDF thumbnail based on your cataloging settings, and an additional text preview for the Inspector, as the NeoFinder Users Guide explains, and the free demo version lready shows in the Sample Catalog that comes with it.

So no, we do not think your review here is "fair" in any way, and we think buyers should be aware of that.
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Flavum
Flavum
23 July 2019
"The main purpose of this software is for people who want to catalog their photos and artwork."
No, it's not. The main purpose of this software is to catalog external storage devices. And for doing that, it's terrific.
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Big Johnson
Big Johnson
23 August 2019
I was about to say the same thing Flavum, you beat be to it.

It does "keep track" of documents in the sense that it catalogs the location of each and every one on volumes that are cataloged (if that is selected in the settings).

What it doesn't do is show full-size previews, as levelbest complained about above. But they are large enough that most users should be able to discern their contents.

Derek, why can I create previews of photos and videos up to 4096 pixels, but am limited to undersized document previews?
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HJRBR
HJRBR
21 October 2019
NeoFinder and DevonThink are two different kind of shoes!
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Version 7.4.1
Tim27
Tim27
07 November 2019
This is quite an odd review. DevonThink is a completely different app than NeoFinder. NeoFinder is for cataloging folders and disks (NOT only artwork and photos) so that you can find files easily. Additionally, I have no problem with previews of PDFs, text, or any other file in NeoFinder. You can adjust the preview settings under preferences. However, I would also ask why you would want any cataloging software to show full size previews of anything? That’s not what cataloging software is for. It’s for finding files. If you want to see things full size, then just use the Finder. Retaining full-size previews of all the files you catalog would make the NeoFinder (or any other software) database massive and literally defeats the purpose of it. Regardless, as a writer this software is not for you if that’s all you intend to use it for. Why not just use Apple Notes? Or Evernote? Or Notability? Or any one of three dozen other apps specifically designed for writers? And they do have a free trial period for you to test the entire app out before you purchase. Did you do that?
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Version 7.5
Spamson N.
Spamson N.
11 December 2019
So, I can understand the developer's disagreement and displeasure with the reviewer's review, but are we really not going to address the fact that the developer posted (or at least knowingly intended to post) the reviewer's real name? That is really, really not cool, as far as I am concerned, and is much more of a turn-off to the company and the product than anything else that was said.
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Version 7.5
ski542002
11 September 2018
Hi: Please pardon my long-winded comment. I sent an email to the dev. and have yet to receive his response, but possibly I sent to the incorrect address. In any event, my post...

Am a heavy user of MediaPro for more than 15 years, and rely on it daily. Very disappointed (and concerned) that Phase One can’t/won’t update that app to 16 bit.

Here’s a brief summary of my workflow. Please reply to me with your thoughts on IF NeoFinder can do approximately the same function(s).


I use Mac’s. My photo jobs are all folder based.
-I import images into a job folder or shoot a tethered job to a folder, folder is named with a job number.
-IN that folder of images (raw and/or processed to jpg, tiff etc.) is an iView catalog. The iView catalog icon (named with the same job number as the parent folder) always stays IN the specific job folder.
-That job folder containing the iView catalog is backed up/archived, to an external hard drive.
-When I’m finished with a project, and it’s billed to the client, the job folder is removed/deleted from my working machine but remains on the external drive.
-IF I need to retrieve images, I reference the job number on my external drive, connect the drive, launch iView from the catalog icon in the job folder and I can view the images via the connected external drive.

I also have a series of “portfolio folders”, each containing an iView catalog. I update these as needed when I add (or remove) portfolio images. I use iView’s slide show function to achieve beautiful dissolves from one image to the next. I manually advance the images in the iView catalog, to allow me to control the flow of the presentation to my client.

It'd be great to hear if I can achieve even some of my preferred workflow prefs. using NeoFinder. My time with iView unfortunately, is running out!
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Version 7.3
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Derekcurrie
Derekcurrie
16 April 2019
“Phase One can’t/won’t update that app to 16 bit.“

I believe you mean 64-bit. macOS 10.15 is going to require that all processes be 64-bit, knocking out all 32-bit processes from working. And yes, at this late period of time, it is disturbing that ANY developers haven’t bothered to recompile their software as 64-bit. ALL Macs went 64-bit at the end of 2006. That’s eleven (11) years developers have had to transition. Note of course that Apple themselves have dragged their feet going 64-bit. But at this point, all of macOS 10.14 Mojave is 64-bit.

What’s regrettable is that many useful macOS apps are never going to go 64-bit without a miracle. That includes the brilliant Spell Catcher program which still works great on Mojave, but whose developer died years ago. There is no equivalent application, nothing as high quality as Spell Catcher available. It’s going to be a profound loss to the writing community when it no longer runs on macOS. We’re also going to lose quite a few useful Dashboard widgets that will never be updated to 64-bit. I wish the code for all these dead-ended apps could be made public and open source in order that they be updated to 64-bit code. *sigh*
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pmaurel47-comp
24 January 2018
New to NeoFinder. I have been looking for a while for a replacement to Lightroom to catalogue thousands of images, and I quite like NeoFinder's capabilities. Fast, simple to use, and fairly comprehensive. One negative (to me) though is the apparent lack of hierarchical key wording (unless there is a way to do it; as mentioned, I am new to it). I understand the many advantages of a simple flat list of keywords as implemented in NeoFinder, but that list can get very long, very quickly ! And therefore it can make it difficult to ensure consistency when many keywords are needed. The ability of hierarchical keywording to automatically add parent keywords would be a great advantage.
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Version 7.2
dcee3
29 April 2017
Nothing quite like it available for the Mac! Great for cataloging backup disks. The Smart Folders feature works great for sorting out specific types of files - saves a lot of time and effort. Another great feature is the “Catalog a folder” - I save Text files and Messages to a folder and then create a catalog of the folders contents. It’s good to see that not everyone is going over to the subscription service - something many of us just don’t like. Thank you Norbert!
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Version 7.0.1
Sgspecker
24 April 2017
I've been using NeoFinder (and abeMeda - the Windows alternative) for years. Both programs are great products that let me catalog my files and read them from either system. Their iOS app works well too, even though it's relatively new. I've had excellent support from both teams. While none of us like to pay for upgrades, I'm happy to spring for the major upgrades when a product works - and is supported - well. I've been satisfied using their "private" license (as opposed to the "business") license, as I've been able to still use DropBox to sync my files. (You just have to be careful not to open the files simultaneously on multiple computers.) Bottom Line, this is one of my go-to programs that's one of the first programs I install when getting a new computer!
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Version 7.0.1
chewett
01 March 2017
Love this app so far. Showing all (multiple) cataloged Volumes or Folder under a single interface is unique compared to competition I believe (DiskCatlog Maker, DiskTracker, etc.). Users complaining about upgrade pricing are crazy. Most of the software world has been moving to a very expensive SAAS model. I'm very pleased with the price of NeoFinder and I don't mind paying for upgrades on major updates (like version 7 is). In my experience once a Dev is in full swing working on a new version most bug fixes on the previous version cease. That's just a reality of software development (see Adobe, Microsoft, etc.). My experience so far with Norbert has been very professional. He responds to emails in a timely fashion with thoughtful replies. Thanks guys, keep up the great work !
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Version 7.0.1
Mikeymike
07 December 2016
Bought v6.9.3 less than 3 months ago. Now developer wants to charge full (or ⅔ if I read correctly) price for upgrade? I’m underwhelmed at the upgrade options and definitely not spending that much money to upgrade what’s basically still “new” software to me. It wasn’t exorbitantly expensive, but it required some scraping on my part to purchase for a necessary data consolidation project. Maybe the developer should just go full-on monthly/annual subscription model to support his need for constant cash flow? This is why I hate some small developers. I’m tired of increasingly frequent software charges by developers. I’m not a bottomless pit of cash.
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Version 7.0
8 answer(s)
Mhoutman
Mhoutman
07 December 2016
If you read this page http://www.cdfinder.de/en/order.html carefully, you can see that you receive a free update:

All NeoFinder licenses purchased in 2016 will receive the upgrade to NeoFinder 7.0 for free, please contact us.

BTW i have a paid upgrade but will stay with version 6 as I don't need all new version 7 features.
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ireademail
ireademail
07 December 2016
You are incorrect. Mhoutman pointed out that you can have a free update. I've been using V6 for years with updates and no additional fees. Don't jump to conclusions just because you chose not to read.
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Uncoy
Uncoy
29 December 2016
I've paid for this app twice now and am not inclined to buy it at next to full price one more time. I guess us long time users are stuck with v6.9 forever unless we want to fund university and room and board for Mr. Norbert Doerner.

Not only that there are now normal and pro versions. Argh. Another shareware author has chosen to punish his most loyal users and reward the pirates.
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West-Forest-Systems
West-Forest-Systems
11 January 2017
Uncoy:

(or whatever your real name may be)

We have no record of any NeoFinder purchase from you.

This is only the second paid upgrade for this product in 21 years of continuous development.

I take it you work for free?
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Mikeymike
Mikeymike
17 January 2017
My issue was solved after email to the developer. I was a bit hot, but the problem was that it wasn’t *clearly and obviously* stated in the app updater that it was a free update if someone recently purchased the app. If I recall, I had to go to the developer’s website/store page to see that the update was free in my case. The developer was quick to respond courteously (which I barely was) to my email inquiry. I’m very satisfied with his response and the product.
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Mhoutman
Mhoutman
17 January 2017
At last I bought the 7.0 update last week and did not regret :)
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Uncoy
Uncoy
24 August 2018
Well Norbert, I paid full price for a license (something like €50) and for my trouble found that you split the program into normal and Pro. Just to keep normal version running I had to pay another €19. I'd let it go if you'd given me a full upgrade for that investment but no you short-changed me and your other users by taking away features (moving them to pro). It's crooked Norbert and you know better.

I root for the small developer and spend thousands on software from small developers every year but I don't like being played for a mark.
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sworrall
sworrall
29 October 2018
I am similarly underwhelmed by the “Business” licence version of Neofinder. I bought a “private” licence version and was very impressed with it’s catalogue and search functionality and didn’t think the cost was too much for what it delivered for my photo workflow. I was tempted by the “auto update” function of the “business “ version and organised for a single user upgrade. Big mistake! The auto update function is actually a scheduled updater - you have to set a time for the library to update which to my mind is not an auto update function. I expected the library to update every time a change was made to any of the folders in its catalogue but it doesn’t work that way - you have to manually update every time you make a change which is not much help. I wasted my money on the “upgrade”. The private version is great but IMO the business version is not worth paying the extra for
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David-Losada-Soler
11 March 2016
I think it lacks a quick search option over the selected catalogs or folders in the sidebar. maybe a field under the current quick search.
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Version 6.9
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Norbert-M-Doerner
Norbert-M-Doerner
17 March 2016
It doesn't lack that, as it already has that! :-)

1. Select the catalogs you wish to search in LIBRARY, and use the "Find in these items" command in the context menu to search only these catalogs

or

2. Open the Find Editor, and chose "selected catalogs" from the second menu, and then select the catalogs you wish to search.
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Big Johnson
05 March 2016
When the app functions correctly, it's very helpful for cataloging your media. I have a lot of external drives, and several are kept offsite and rotated frequently.
It's nice to be able to see what's on them even when they aren't here. And I don't have to plug in several of the drives I have here to locate a file I'm looking for.

BUT, I've been very dissatisfied with support from Norbert, the developer.
Since upgrading to El Capitan several months ago, I've had a couple of irksome issues that he has failed to diagnose. He obviously isn't interested in actually resolving the issues - he doesn't respond to many of my emails, and has never tried to work through the issues in a methodical manner. He has basically just said that these issues shouldn't be happening. DUH!

Thanks for the revelation, Einstein.

My rating would have at least doubled if the app performed as well now as it did on my Mavericks system.
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Version 6.9
6 answer(s)
Norbert-M-Doerner
Norbert-M-Doerner
17 March 2016
We don't have any records of a support case for a "BigJohnson", sorry.

Our support is very fast, concise, and, if the user works with us, usually is able to solve any NeoFinder issues quickly, as you can see yourself from all the positive feedback here in this page.

In the case of El Capitan, Apple has added a huge number of very serious bugs and problems to that new version, a lot of things that many many developers have to fight with, some of it far outside the reach of developers to fix.
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Big Johnson
Big Johnson
20 March 2016
You have a lot of emails from me, via Yahoo Mail (different name).

You didn't respond to a long message on 2/20. I've emailed you several times about some problems, and they've never been resolved.

And the file sort bug I told you about on 8/26/15 still hasn't been fixed.

On 1/10/16 you said "the next major release of NeoFinder will allow you to change the sort order for the columns in Column View."

When can we expect the next major release?

I'm not concerned about that bug, but more about the other issues, like the invisible file not being created on ANY of my 50 volumes except ONE.
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West-Forest-Systems
West-Forest-Systems
20 December 2016
Hello BigJohnson, (or bobsutilities@yahoo.com, if that is actually you? Too bad you don't use a real name...)

You will be thrilled to hear that the new NeoFinder 7.0 offers the ability to sort the Column View now. You can chose between all the sorting options that NeoFinder already had for the Icon View, and some more that were added to the new verison.

Of course, NeoFinder 7.0 has a LOT more to offer, as you can see in the release notes...

Yours,
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Uncoy
Uncoy
29 December 2016
So instead of fixing the show stopper bugs, we get an over-featured v7 with even more expensive pro option at next to full price. We just want an up to date cataloguing application, with fair upgrading pricing. We don't want to fund your sports car collection. I'm disappointed Norbert (and I like you).
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West-Forest-Systems
West-Forest-Systems
11 January 2017
Uncoy:

What show stopper bugs? We are not aware of any of those in NeoFinder 6.9.3.

Unfortunately, there are no emails from a "uncoy" in our support database, and as you hide your real name, we will never know.

But I take it you work for free, right?
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Gary30
Gary30
24 August 2018
Seems to me "Big Johnson" is a wish the heart makes when the eye sees it has tiny little hands attached.
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matt-46
20 November 2015
Awesome program for databasing a tone of files (on a lot of hard drives). The search function is quick and simple!
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Version 6.8