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End If Software releases Informator 1.8.5 for Mac OSXImproves permissions manipulation and provides better reliability (August 17, 2004)
End If Software announced recently that it has updated Informator to version 1.8.5.
The permissions part of Informator, that makes viewing and setting of permissions much more easy, has been updated and now provides better reliability. That applies to the advanced permission settings and also for the "One spot permission".
What is Informator?
Informator works like the known Finder Get info, but offers much more information, preview, editing functions and comfort - all immediately available upon selecting a file within the Finder.
Informator shows detailed image information, IPTC Data, Exif Digital camera data, QuickTime Movie annotations and much more. Huge previews of images are created at once, text can be read and edited, movies are played, all files viewed as ascii or hex. Informator allows you to edit groups of files at once e.g to rename, add icons or change permissions.
Ralf Sander, company president, states: "Informator offers more information and preview possibilities than any other application. And all this happens directly in the Finder. No need to switch. Informator makes the Finder complete."
New features / Bugfixes
Fix: Update of the advanced permission area
Fix: Update of the one spot permission
Imp: Better reliability
Fix: Several UI problems
Every Mac OSX user, especially graphic pros, who work with images in the Finder or other supported applications like Adobe Indesign, Quark XPress, Ragtime, etc.
Pricing & availability
Fully functional versions of End If Informator are available for downloading at End If Software's website at:
Download size is 4.1 MB
End If Informator is Shareware. Licenses cost US$ 30 per user. Volume licenses are available.
Mac OS X 10.2 or higher
20 MB available hard disc space
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