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Default Folder X

Date : 24th November 2023

Duration: 39:06

Show ref: SCOM1311

One thing all macOS users have in common is the need to interact with Finder when opening and saving files. Sometimes, the process of finding either the source folder for opening, or the destination one for saving can be laborious, involving a lot of pointing and clicking. Default Folder X allows you to streamline this experience, by sending you to default locations depending on the application or extension you are saving.

As well as this, Default Folder X now comes bundled with a Quick Search function, for getting to files, folders and applications quickly. Join Lee as he shows you around this long-standing feature-rich utility on the Mac.

Setapp Recommendations

Date : 15th April 2022

Duration: 29:56

Show ref: SCOM1143

With over 230 apps to choose from, Setapp is a no-brainer subscription service for Mac and iOS. In this show, Don gives a brief overview of 8 utilities that are offered in Setapp, and that he uses daily to enhance his computing experience.

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Tip - Handy Mac Keyboard Shortcuts

Date : 21st August 2018

Duration: 06:03

Show ref: SCOM0762

We frequently interact with the Save and Open dialog boxes when using our Mac. This tip video gives you some keyboard shortcuts to help navigate those actions, as well as change the target location when saving your files.

If you really want to supercharge your use of the Save and Open actions, I briefly show you an application that I've covered before, and that's Default Folder X. Well recommended!

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Default Folder X

Date : 11th April 2014

Duration: 34:32

Show ref: SCOM0447

OSX is great, but some things could be better!

Case in point is the File Open and File Save dialogue boxes.

Yes, you can open and save files, but sometimes it would be really useful to do more than that, without having to switch to the Finder. And wouldn't it be great if you could assign a "default folder" to save or open files on an App by App basis?

Well you can do all this and more with the indispensable utility - Default Folder X