wgite wrote:FinderPop 2.5.9 confirmed working in macOS Sierra, with system protection disabled. Excellent!!!
That's great. I'll upgrade soon.
melomac wrote:Hi Turly
Many many thanks for Finderpop. It is by far one of my favorite and must have utilities on Mac, just like PopUp Folder used to be in the very old days.
As of today, there are 2 glitches that bother me in the current beta:
1 - in any Finder window, in Icon view (as opposed to list or column view), the original contextual menu contents disappears, only the Finderpop contextual menu contents appears.
2 - on multiple display setup, it is not possible to have the menubar click (and shift click) on any other display than the main display (tested on dual display actually).
Other than that, Finderpop just rocks on my El Capitan setup - I choose liberty instead of SIPcurity, and I am looking forward to sharing some beers with you.
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