Recent files/folders

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Recent files/folders

Postby alainc » 16 Mar 2009, 08:41

Hi,

My One And Only Wish : an access to the finder's recent files /recent folders lists within the FP menu.
I hate to have to go to the menu each time I want to reopen a closed folder window...

Thanks,
Alain
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Re: Recent files/folders

Postby loogee » 18 Apr 2009, 19:11

Me too! Me too!

All Leopard ways for getting to "recent files / folders" would be lame compared to the possibility to get them with one click in the FinderPop menu. And in addition to have some favorite files always there - as FinderPop provides - it would be even more useful.
Would be much better than other utilities which provide only one of these 2 features or provide them in a complicated / inconvenient way.
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Re: Recent files/folders

Postby ronnzz » 06 Jun 2009, 09:51

loogee wrote:Me too! Me too!

All Leopard ways for getting to "recent files / folders" would be lame compared to the possibility to get them with one click in the FinderPop menu. And in addition to have some favorite files always there - as FinderPop provides - it would be even more useful.
Would be much better than other utilities which provide only one of these 2 features or provide them in a complicated / inconvenient way.


yes i much depend now for using FinderPop :D



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Re: Recent files/folders

Postby Morriss » 21 Feb 2012, 23:34

I would like to see this feature as well. This would free me from ever having to move my cursor up into the menu bar in Finder. This is my only feature wish for FinderPop.
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Re: Recent files/folders

Postby turly » 29 Apr 2012, 16:18

FinderPop 2.4.3 should give you the Finder's Recent folders - at least in 10.6 onwards.

Any item ending in '---R' will have a submenu listing the Finder's Recent Folders hanging off it. For example, having an item named 'Finder Recent---R' will result in a FinderPop menu item named 'Finder Recent' whose submenu lists the accessible items in the Finder Go menu's Recent Folders submenu.
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