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Disk Order is an advanced double-panel file manager with built-in FTP client.
It is good for everyone who need to perform a lot of file-work. Ideal for mac switchers who switched to Mac Mini from PC.
Disk Order is a tool that helps switchers gradually to get familiar with Mac interface and at the same time presenting them the features they are used to when working with file managers on PC.
It is useful not only for switchers but for notebooks owners too as it allows to perform most file operations with just keyboard.
- Copy/Move/Delete/Link operations
- Built-in Viewer (viewing html, rtf, mov, mp3, jpg, gif, tiff etc.)
- Built-in Editor
- Built-in FTP-client (create, upload, download, CHMOD, transfer mode, encodings, viewing files and so on...)
- Sophisticated Drag'n-Drop
- Color Marking support
- System Index Utilizing Search
- Command Line
- Plug-in architecture (Terminal window, Burn CDs, Zip, Unzip, Untar etc.)
- Usable interface (Eject buttons by volume names and FTP sessions, customizable toolbar, Drives panel)
- Customizable main menu shortcuts
- Two file selection modes (Mac native and Norton-Commander-like)
- Compare Directories, wildcard selection.
* Improved design of Navigation Bar. Icons are now smaller and divided into categories (Drives, Devices, Places etc.)
* Introduced Quick View feature, which allows to view files directly on the opposite pane. The buil-in Viewer literally integrates into application's main window.
* Built viewer has extended its functionality, making possible to open multiple files at same time. File thumbnails are also now available.
* New Plug-ins added.
* Added Source Code plugin, which is a viewer extension. If you're a developer and have to often view sources in C++, C#, Xml, that's really what you need. Source Code plugin will make you code highlighted with colors.
* Spanish localization added.
* Added comprehensive Path Control which make browsing directories much easier.
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