Pariahware has released
FLaunch 1.0, a new utility aimed at saving users time in opening files, folders, aliases, and other Finder items.
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FLaunch is aimed at reducing the repetition involved in opening frequently accessed files, folders, aliases, and other content. The software enables you to map connections between those files and the Function keys that sit on the top row of your Mac’s keyboard.
Pariahware said that you can map up to four files per each function key. FLaunch should work with virtually anything you can drag and drop from the Finder, according to the developer.
Distributed as shareware, FLaunch costs US$5 to register. It requires Mac OS X 10.1 or higher. The download is a 30-day trial version.