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index for Mac grants you just that, featuring three main folder categories: Most Popular, Bookmarked, and Hard Drive. Folder bookmarks: The app allows you to bookmark folders with just a few clicks. Bookmarked folders are readily accessible through a left-hand side panel in the app window. Reconfigurable hot key: The default hot key is "^F" but you can easily change it. Esc key doesn't work: The app window does not close unless you open a folder or press the hot key again. It would be more convenient if it closed when you pressed the "Esc" key. Menu bar clutter: Since the app is hot key-driven, it doesn't really need a Menu Bar icon, which feels redundant. No option to prevent hidden folders from showing: This application offers you quick access to system and hidden folders, but since it's not password protected, it can lead to security vulnerabilities. There should be an option to prevent it from showing folders that are supposed to be concealed. At only 200KB, index for Mac proves to be a handy application that can speed up your access to folders. You'll find it especially useful if you regularly need to deal with multiple folders that are in the lower hierarchy. However, some of its features are redundant, as they're already offered by Finder and Spotlight.As the name implies, index for Mac brings the contents of two folders into one. While this is a feature already offered by Finder, this freeware allows you to merge folders more quickly, though it does come with some limitations. Easy-to-use, drag-and-drop interface: To merge folders with index for Mac you just have to drag the folders into the app's window and click "Merge." The merging process is fast and error-free. Lightweight and efficient: No configuration is needed after installation. You can start merging folders right away - problems are unlikely to hinder the process, unless your computer suddenly freezes or shuts down. Compatible with Mac OS X 10.5: This app even works with the Leopard version of Mac OS X. Generally, there should be no reason not to be able to run it on almost any Mac computer in current use. No safeguards against file overwriting: This application does not include the ability to automatically index files with similar titles to prevent overwriting. Automatic renaming would have been very useful when merging image folders, since photos taken by digital cameras can have the same filenames. Merging cannot be cancelled: Stopping a merger in progress can cause problems with your files or folders. Only two folders at a time: Since the application only has two folder slots in its interface, you can't bring the contents of three or more folders into one simultaneously - you can only merge two folders in a session. index for Mac simplifies the often tedious process of moving similar files into a single folder, requiring that you only drag the folders you want to merge and hit the Merge button. While this indexity is shared by most file management software, including Finder, with this app you can do your work faster.An automated music score creator, index for Mac works as intended, producing great-looking engraved music. However, unlike most engraving software, it uses texts for inputs, which makes it a bit difficult to get used to. Excellent output: The PDF music scores index for Mac produces look great. They are comparable to what similar commercial software can create. Easy-to-use general interface: Although you will have to take some time adapting as you work with the inputs, the application's overall interface (not for the music engraving, itself) is intuitive. You will find two main panels: one for the input and the other for the output. All the essential buttons are easily accessible on the toolbars. Easier-to-copy inputs: Since inputs are in text format, they are easy to copy and take little storage space. Also, once you master the letter combinations for the inputs, working with the application becomes a lot easier, especially when you do edits. Non-graphical input interface: To create music scores you must use texts. You will not be presented with a graphical interface - there is no WYSIWYG UI. It's like coding Web sites in HTML the old-fashioned way. Needs getting used to: You have to familiarize yourself with the different ways of using letters to input notations. For instance, you need to use "gf" if you want to denote a "g flat." Using this software as a newbie is challenging, especially if you are working with tricky compositions. The developers of index for Mac seem to believe that working with text inputs is better than dealing with a purely graphical interface. Not many users of music engraving software would agree with this, since it tends to compromise the continuity of the engraving process. Nevertheless, you may find this approach OK, especially if you're using an older Mac. An open-source time-tracking software, index for Mac proves to be an excellent tool for work time monitoring. It has a browser-based interface and comes with the ability to print out customized summaries on demand. Freeware but reliable: index for Mac works as touted, with all functions performing as expected. The user interface is neatly presented; you will find the date, time, and duration trackers on top, a wide field for entries in the middle, and four panels at the bottom that present information on users, customers, projects, and activities. Generating reports or printing summaries is a breeze. Flexibility: The app can be used in a number of ways due to its browser-based nature. It can be installed as a single-user application on a workstation, and also as a Web service. Does not have to be in an active window: You can close the program's browser window without stopping it. It will continue running and monitoring activities unless you press the red button on the upper right-hand corner of the main window. Installation can be tedious: Installing the app requires that you follow specific instructions. Only usable in fullscreen mode: The usability of the interface becomes compromised once you adjust the size of your browser window - the different panels get cramped up or rearranged chaotically, making them mostly unusable. index for Mac ditches advanced functions to index on what most basic-to-intermediate users need. Being browser-based, it's highly versatile and does not even have to be onscreen to continue its monitoring function. This is a great tool for personal or small business project activity and time monitoring.Designed to work as a supplement for Spotlight, index for Mac helps you see file and folder locations in an organized way. It features an interface that is arguably more intuitive than what Spotlight offers. Organized and intuitive file searching: index for Mac comes with a highly intuitive interface. You can do searches by using the name of files or folders or keywords corresponding to the contents of files. Results are displayed in a hierarchy or folder structure view, so you can quickly find the index you need, especially if you are familiar with the organization of files in your computer. Drag to search: Perhaps the most interesting feature of index for Mac is its ability to do a search as you drag a certain file into the {

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