Yes, great to see such a rapid response.
Unfortunately, whilst it no longer crashes whilst trying to start up I am getting up to half a minute of beachballing when I try to either use the Visor function or even click on the Finder icon in the Dock. Uninstalling TotalFinder considerably improves the Finder’s response.
I’m on 10.10 DP2 on a 2012 13" MacBook Air with 8GB of RAM with some 2.8 GB of it being sucked up by some Kernel task??!!
Unfortunately I cannot provide specific pointers or triggers.
Just that 1.6.1 does work on Yosemite but running TotalFinder results in not only the finder being very laggy and sluggish but the entire system is affected (reacting significantly slower).
I am running 10.10 beta 2 on a MBP early 2013 with 16gig and 2.8GHz i7.
hmm well i think i already had 1.6.1 running on OSX 10.9.4 until this morning. After updating to Yosemite now OSX reported TotalFinder to be not compatible and removed it. The only chance i had is to download 1.6 which i could install but can’t start - well i can but i don’t get any settings to get an update to 1.6.1
any idea? any chance to download a 1.6.1 installer?
Thanks soooo much for making the effort for Yosemite beta testers! It’s working great for me on my measly 2GB 2010 MacBook Air (with occasional external display) test machine.
Here’s an idea for for when the panick is over - Dark Mode is a little underwhelming, with Finder Windows remaining unchanged and un-darkened, which is how they looked in the keynote, so I don’t -think- Apple has plans to darken them.
IFF it’s not too much trouble, proper Dark Finder windows would be verrrry cool. Worth a paid upgrade for me…
I can report that TotalFinder 1.6.2 is installed on my MBP with Yosemite 10.10beta1 and is working flawlessly so far. Thanks for the quick update. I’ll keep putting it through it’s paces.
FEATURE REQUEST (again): Can you add Top, Bottom, Back, Forth to the Finder Context Menu (somehow)? It would make Finder even easier to use. Yea, I know Apple has made it hard to do that. I just thought I would annoy you again, lol. Could the Finder be circumvented by adding your own Context Menu perhaps selectable with an Option Click or middle click or a click of my scroll ball on my Magic Mouse? Not sure what to do with a trackpad though.
MacBook Pro 9.2 (Mid 2012, 13"), Intel I5 2.5 GHZ processor, 8 GB RAM, 256 GB internal SSD with Mavericks 10.9.4 and a WD Passport 1 TB external USB HD partition with Yosemite 10.10beta1
iMac 4.1 (Early 2006, 20"), model: iMac4,1, 2 GHz Intel Core Duo, 2 GB RAM, 250 GB HD, Snow Leopard 10.6.8 (yep, this original iMac is still chugging along with no problems)
Seems the upgrade to 10.10dp5 broke the 1.6.2 release. I cannot seem to load it after upgrading. Unsure at this time what is causing this. I’ll do some digging on my end to see if I can find some better debugging for this other than “it just doesn’t work”
Confirming this as well. As of 10.10 DP5, TotalFinder 1.6.2 no longer works (doesn’t load at boot and manually launching the app results in a crash).
The relevant errors (that I could find) are below:
8/5/14 9:38:28.424 PM com.apple.xpc.launchd: (com.apple.xpc.launchd.user.501.100015.Aqua) Attempt to re-bootstrap service: com.binaryage.totalfinder.agent.64784
existing path = (submitted by loginwindow.66)
conflicting path = (submitted by Dock.253)
8/5/14 9:38:28.433 PM TotalFinder: requesting injection into com.apple.finder
8/5/14 9:38:28.844 PM Finder: TotalFinderInjector v1.6.2 received init event
8/5/14 9:38:28.855 PM Finder: TotalFinder was unable to resolve 2 Finder classes. Please update TotalFinder.
8/5/14 9:38:30.831 PM TotalFinder: the Finder process is terminated - nothing to do