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Default Folder X for Mac

Default Folder X 5.3.7

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What's new in this version:

- Added application version numbers and "last opened" dates to the info panel below Open dialogs
- Greatly improved handling of file dialogs that are as large as the screen or that lie partially off-screen
- Keyboard shortcuts for Favorites will remain enabled when a background-only or menu bar app pops up a window
- You can now create an AppleScript to specify default folders for applications on the fly. This is a 'preview feature' for version 6, so isn't in the documentation yet. Contact [email protected] for more info if you're interested in using it
- Improved the way the toolbar handles multiple-display Macs
- Default Folder X is now Notarized by Apple

Bug fixes:
- Default Folder X now responds correctly when you change the system language after it has been launched
- Fixed a problem with the Finder drawer hiding itself during drag-and-drop operations when the Finder's windows auto-pop to the front
- Worked around a Mojave Finder bug that resulted in Default Folder X not updating its list of Finder windows correctly for tabbed Finder windows
- Corrected a problem with the Finder drawer hiding itself during a drag-and-drop when the frontmost Finder window was near the bottom of the screen
- The Finder-click feature only displays windows that are visible in the current Space, but the Finder Windows menu allows you to select windows from all Spaces
- Finder windows are listed in the correct order when ForkLift or Path Finder are running alongside the Finder
- Default Folder X controls won't get in the way of LaunchBar's input window if it pops up while a file dialog is on screen
- Fixed a rare, intermittent crash caused by multi-threading issues
- Fixed a potential crash when interacting with HoudahSpot
- Fixed crashes in mixed-language environments