CDFinder — a tool for cataloging your hard disks, CD-ROMs, DVDs, floppies, ZIPs “and anything else that spins” — has been updated to version 3.6. CDFinder was the first disk cataloger tool for Mac OS X, the program’s author, Norbert M. Doerner, said.
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CDFinder 3.6 offers an improved export function; now more than one catalog can be exported at once. It has better display options; new column displays the “Kind” of all items, and Carbon Help Tags are used to reveal more detail in some places and the number of labels has increased from seven to 15.
The latest version also has improved Audio-CD cataloging. It now recognizes CDs (with additional data tracks) and writes to local “AppleCD Remote” database. The new Version Check feature in CDFinder 3.6 checks for any new versions of the product at the CDFinder home page.
The new version can be obtained from the
CDFinder Web site. The price is US$25 for a single user license. CDFinder 3.6 requires Mac OS 8.6 or newer with the CarbonLib 1.1 extension or newer — or Mac OS X 10.1 or higher.