Rage Software has updated Macintosh Explorer, its file browser and file management tool, to version 3.1.
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Macintosh Explorer offers a hierarchical overview of your files and folders on all mounted drives. It offers a variety of file management tools that can be accessed while browsing your hard drive. Macintosh Explorer lets you store links to commonly used files, view invisible files as you browse, as well as customize its appearance and behavior.
Version 3.1 provides improved support for Mac OS X featuring long file name support, Unix paths and scroll wheel support, according to
MacTech magazine . It also provides the ability to rename files and folders within the file lists and includes faster live resizing on Mac OS X. The update also adds a preview feature in each explorer window, so that opening a new window to preview a file is no longer necessary although still available.
Macintosh Explorer 3.1 is a free upgrade to registered users of version 2.x and 3.x. Macintosh Explorer costs US$15 to purchase; upgrades from versions before 2.x are $6.95. A site license is $499.95 ($399.95 academic) and a worldwide license is $899.95 ($799.95 academic). It can be
downloaded from the Rage Software Web site.