Extend your Contextual Menus!
Easily add new items
Powerful File Handling
Delete, Copy, Move, Open, Get Info, Preview, QuickLook, Grab-n-Drag within FinderPop
(Also use Command/Option/Shift modifier keys)
Command-control-click a folder
or Finder Window to display its contents
Click in unused menubar area to pop up FinderPop menu
Control-free popup in the Finder
Click the mouse, hold and let go
Universal - PowerPC & Intel
Requires MacOS X 10.4 or later
You want fries with that?
Quick Process Menu
Command-click in unused menubar area
Switch to, Get Info on, or Quit any process including background processes
Quick Desktop Menu
Shift-click in unused menubar area
Display mounted disks and contents of Desktop folder
FinderPop is free, but if you really like it you can get me a pint: PayPal or Kagi.
If you had an older version of FinderPop already installed, you will have to logout to begin using the new version.
Additionally, click a blank portion of the menubar anytime to have instant access to these items and more. While browsing FinderPop menus, pressing Command-Option will display a "Get Info" help tag, pressing Cmd-Opt-Control will allow you to move the selected item to the trash, and pressing Command while selecting an item will reveal that item in the Finder. Also, pressing 'i' will immediately show the Finder Info window for the item, 'r' will immediately reveal the item, 'q' will QuickLook it (Leopard only), 'g' will "grab" or "pick up" the item and allow you to drag it around (as with all Mac drags, dragging to the menubar and letting go aborts the drag.) Pressing Tab will bring up a "FinderPop Info" window on the item.
Other features: Command-control-click a folder to get a Contents popup menu. Shift-click an unused portion of the menubar to see a Desktop menu with your mounted disks and items on your desktop. Command-click an unused portion of the menubar to see a Processes menu. If Control is down as well, background-only processes will also be shown in the Processes menu. Press Command-Option-Control to kill a process.
There is also the FinderPop Support Forum, where if I can't answer your questions, someone else will!
Thanks to all the FinderPop Beta Testers (see the FinderPop Forum if you are interested in testing beta versions prior to public release ... or indeed, if you are having problems with FinderPop: ask and ye shall be answered!)
|www.finderpop.com last updated by turly Thursdau 01 October 2015.