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Where can ask a question from the developers? or where can I make a wish?
Since I read a lot of comments and have some information about a lot of us have a problem with the opening and renaming shortcuts.
Will u guys doing a command please for the return (enter) button to open a selection, and f2 to rename a selection?
Waiting for your kind answer and thanks in advance!
You can ask here, or you can always write email@example.com.
Commander style shortcuts is a common request, so I’ll be sure to look into it.
Thanks for your answer Steve
Just really waiting for it hope it will be in cuz i really love what total finder makes for me cant imagine my working process without it thats the only thing what I miss.
That’s good news, indeed! Thanks for sharing that information!
Not so much of a bug or issue but feature request. I’m a big fan of totalfinder and would like to put in a request that there be a “folders on bottom” as well as “folders on top” option when sorting in a given window.
Interesting request. The feature could have 4 behaviors:
- Default behavior.
- Folders on Top.
- Folder on Bottom.
- Folder based on sort order (Ascending puts Folders on Top, Descending puts Folders on Bottom).
Has something changed in the latest versions of TF regarding SIP? I just did a fresh install of OS X El Capitan 10.11.6 and installed TF as well and all functionality seems to be there. I didn’t restore any files from backup or anything. Also I am not getting any prompts about disabling SIP.
Nothing has changed that I know of. If you’re running with SIP disabled, then installing 10.11.6 should still honor that setting.
Okay. So even if I formatted my hard drive, somehow the SIP setting gets stored somewhere?. Again, I didn’t restore anything from backup. However, I have disable SIP in the past in order to use TF.
so, am I missing something?
is there a beta for totalfinder on sierra like TS has?
TotalFinder 1.7.12 under Mac Os 10.11.6 El Capitan
Items saved to the ~/Desktop no longer appear until I open a folder on the Desktop. Unsure if this is an Apple it BinaryAge issue. Anyone else experiencing this difficulty? Anyone have a workaround?
Only think I did recently was “repair disk permissions” on the System Disk.
I’m confused. I am a former user of TotalFinder who uninstalled it when El Capitan came out.
I logged on here for the first time for 6 months (as I thought TotalFinder was non-existent under El Capitan when running SIP). I read some positive news about it working now so I reinstalled it, followed this http://totalfinder.binaryage.com/system-osax but all I’m getting is “Troubles launching TotalFinder”.
I am using v1.7.12.
So this article is not correct?
under 10.12 it’s working with this steps:
1 Install TotalFinder (or update TotalFinder) *tested with 1.8.1
2 Reboot into Recovery OS
3 Open Terminal from Utilities menu
4 Mount your main system disk - this depends on your setup, see explanation below
5 Move TotalFinder.osax from /Library/ScriptingAdditions to /System/Library/ScriptingAdditions on your system disk
6 Fix rights on newly moved folder root:wheel
8 reinstall the current Version
Thanks landru. Appreciate the reply. I’ll give it another try (and let you know how I get on!)
I did this (move and chmod in Terminal from Recovery), and it worked. With v1.8.2 it seems it now works automatically!(?) I just updated, rebooted and it was working … (And I have not disabled SIP)
(I’m running macOS Sierra 10.12.2)