Free Today! FilePane - file management utility

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  1. Michaelgtrusa, Apr 29, 2014
    Last edited: Apr 29, 2014

    Michaelgtrusa macrumors 604

    Oct 13, 2008
    - Boost your productivity for FREE ONLY today -

    FilePane is a small but versatile utility app to make file management faster than ever.

    How it works:

    1) Just start dragging file, text or image to see FilePane "drop" panel. Now drop the item on it.
    2) The app detects file's type and shows quick actions associated with the item you've just dropped.
    By default, FilePane is triggered on Drag&Drop, but you can change this for a Hotkey in preferences.

    Examples of use:

    - you can easily drag an image from Safari and share, resize, and save it on the fly…
    - drag some text from any app and save it to an RTF, TXT, or start a new email with it, or tweet, post it on Facebook (it’ll allow you to edit it before posting, of course)...
    - share image on Twitter and Facebook, resize or zip it..
    - create a PDF file from a text document.. (TXT,RTF,RTFD..);
    - share files on AirDrop with ease...
    and many more...

    There are 4 kinds of panels (depending on what you've dropped on the FilePane window):

    1) Image files (you can also Drag&Drop images from other apps like Safari, resize, save them on the fly);
    2) text documents (also Drag&Drop of highlighted text from other apps );
    3) multiple selection of files;
    4) other files and folders;

    Some actions are same for each category:
    - like show file size;
    - copy file’s path to clipboard;
    - move file;
    - mail file;
    - airDrop file;
    …. etc..

    But others are unique.
    For images:
    - resize image on the fly;
    - set as Desktop picture;
    - share on Twitter/Facebook;

    For Text documents:
    - convert it to PDF;
    - print;

    * Please refer to the screenshot to see a full list of features. Link

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  2. simsaladimbamba

    Nov 28, 2010
    You forgot the link.

    Btw, what is up with you and this thread? Are you the developer or are getting any free monkeys out of that?
  3. Michaelgtrusa thread starter macrumors 604

    Oct 13, 2008
    Link added. No the dev contacted me with a code several days ago, just helping him out.

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