Default Folder X 3.0
At a Glance
Default Folder X 3.0 adds much-needed improvement to OS X’s Open and Save navigation dialog boxes. As the name implies, it lets you assign a default folder for each application. In addition, it makes recently used and favorite files and folders, as well as open Finder windows, easily accessible—while you’re in any navigation dialog box, you can click on a Finder window (or choose it from Default Folder’s X’s Windows menu) to immediately switch the dialog box to that directory. Add to that Default Folder X’s ability to make Open and Save dialog boxes remember the last folder and file you worked with in each application, as well as the size and position of each dialog box.