FinderPop 2.2 not compatible with Snow Leopard 10.6

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FinderPop 2.2 not compatible with Snow Leopard 10.6

Postby turly » 28 Aug 2009, 10:57

FinderPop 2.2 is not compatible with Snow Leopard 10.6

I will be getting my copy of Snow Leopard next week and will look at updating FinderPop to be compatible as soon as I can. This is made slightly more difficult because my main Mac is still a PowerPC Mac Mini :-/

Unfortunately updating FinderPop to be compatible with 10.6 will likely require a fair bit of work so it may be some time (a month?) before I can release a compatible version.

Apologies for the delay -- but I have a good excuse! (q.v.)
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Re: FinderPop 2.2 not compatible with Snow Leopard 10.6

Postby baba » 03 Sep 2009, 22:19

Boy, do I miss this. I've used it so long I forgot that it wasn't part of the OS. Thanks for your work updating.
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Re: FinderPop 2.2 not compatible with Snow Leopard 10.6

Postby cat » 03 Sep 2009, 22:47

I have installed Snow Leopard on a back up drive and love it, but I'm not going to do it on my main drive until Turly has found the time to upgrade FP. I am simply too dependent on it. The one thing I miss the most is the ability to move and copy files within my hard drive. This drag and dropping using springloaded folders is nifty but so cumbersome compared with FP.

Just as a matter of interest, does anyone know of something else that accomplishes this copying and moving without having to drag and drop into springloaded folders? Not that I'm going to do anything about it, just wondering why anyone would choose it over FP?
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Re: FinderPop 2.2 not compatible with Snow Leopard 10.6

Postby Baritono » 06 Sep 2009, 12:52

;)
Thank you Turly !
FinderPop is essential !!!
Thank you for your work to update...
I'll drink a few beers while waiting.
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