Wednesday, November 6, 2019

FastScripts 2.8

Red Sweater updates one of my favorite apps:

Custom folder icons are now displayed in the FastScripts menu

FastScripts can now be quit by cmd-dragging the icon out of the menu bar

Revealing a folder from FastScripts now respects the user setting for default folder opener

Apps such as Path Finder can set the handler for the public.folder UTI to control which app will be used when an app tells the system to open a folder. FastScripts, along with other apps like BBEdit, lets you hold down the Option key to edit a script instead of running it, or Shift to reveal it in Finder. Unfortunately, the system doesn’t use the default folder opener when revealing a file. My apps check whether Path Finder is running and send it an Apple event to do that.

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