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Big Cat 1.0.1
Big Cat adds a Scripts menu when you ctrl-click in applications - such as the Finder, BBEdit, Internet Explorer, and Eudora - that support system contextual menus.
You can run your own AppleScript and shell scripts from the Scripts menu.
In other words, you can add your own commands to these applications, customize your workflow, spend more time creating and less time clicking around.
BinJugglerCM is a plugin for encoding and decoding MacBinary III files.
Menu behavior and usage
* This plugin is activated when you click on a file. You cannot encode a folder or disk into MacBinary III.
* Current limitation is that it does not recognize and decode MacBinary II files. You are welcome to fix it and contribute the change to the sources.
Contextual menu plugin for MacOS X that calculate the total size and number of sub folders, files, invisible items of the selected files and folders. It can also calculate the break down by fork (data/resource) and can show more info. than Finder's Get Info dialog.
What Is It?
CleverKeys for Mac OS X is free software providing instant access to definitions at Dictionary.com, synonyms at Thesaurus.com, Web search and more.
1. To use the Contextual Menu, select a word you want to lookup then control-click it (hold down control and click on your selection) and choose your search option.
2. To use the Service, select a word you want to lookup then choose your search option from the Services - CleverKeys menu (or use the command-key equivalent, when available).
3. Your search will launch in your default browser.
Contextual menu plug-in for for saving multiple clipboards for later access via contextual menu.
DejaMenu will display the current application's main menu as a context menu when a key combination is pressed.
This is particularly useful for people using multiple monitors. Since the Menubar only appears on a single monitor, it is awkward to use applications on a different monitor. DejaMenu solves this - just press the configured key combo, and a copy of the Menubar is right there for your to use.
DeskPicChangerCMPlugin is a contextual menu plugin for Mac OS X and Classic Mac OS that sets the Desktop picture to the selected image file. Once installed, when a contextual menu is invoked (control-click) DeskPicChangerCMPlugin checks if the contextual menu was invoked on a single image file (any image type supported by QuickTime such as .png, .jpg, .gif, .tiff, etc.). If so, a "DeskPicChange!" menu item is added to the contextual menu. Selecting this menu item will set the Desktop picture of the main monitor to the selected image, positioned automatically.
FileCutter enhances the Finder context menu to let you cut and paste files (rather than just copy and paste) and lets you paste an alias to a copied file.
FileHierToClipCMPlugin is a contextual menu plugin that can generate a text representation of a file/folder hierarchy and place it on the Clipboard. Once installed, when a contextual menu is invoked (control-click) FileHierToClipCMPlugin checks if the contextual menu was invoked on a file or folder (or any other Finder item). If so, a "FileHierToClip!" (Mac OS X version) or "Copy File Hierarchy to Clipboard" (Mac OS 8 and 9 version) menu item is added to the contextual menu. Upon selecting this menu item, if the clicked upon item is a file, the file's name is placed on the Clipboard. If the clicked upon item is a folder (or a disk), a textual representation of the hierarchy of files and folders within the clicked upon folder is generated and placed on the Clipboard. . Once the text is on the Clipboard, you can then paste it wherever text can be pasted.
FilePathCM is a contextual menu item for:
- Copying the POSIX path of a file or folder to the clipboard.
- Copying the HFS path of a file or folder to the clipboard.
- Copying the full name of a file or folder to the clipboard.
- Copying the display name of a file or folder to the clipboard.
- Copying the extension of a file or folder to the clipboard.
FilePathToClipCMPlugin is a contextual menu plugin that can generate a text representation of the path to a file/folder and place it on the Clipboard. Once installed, when a contextual menu is invoked (control-click) FilePathToClipCMPlugin checks if the contextual menu was invoked on a file or folder (or any other Finder item). If so, a "FilePathToClip!" (Mac OS X version) or "Copy File Path to Clipboard" (Mac OS 8 and 9 version) menu item is added to the contextual menu. Upon selecting this menu item, a textual representation of the path from the root volume to the clicked-upon item is generated and placed on the Clipboard. Once the text is on the Clipboard, you can then paste it wherever text can be pasted.
FileUtilsCM is a plug-in for setting different file or folder attributes. It is a set of several utilities which can:
* refresh the look of an object in Finder,
* copy path to clipboard,
* touch creation and modification date,
* toggle lock,
* toggle extension visibility,
* set file type and creator from extension (consulting InternetConfig preferences),
* remove file type and creator
* obtain file information in "File Info" submenu.
Contextual menu plugin for MacOS X that let's you copy/paste/clear icon from selected items (volumes/folders/files) without opening Finder's Get Info dialog. It can handle multiple items with one operation. Also, it will let you view the icon image in detail. Paste function works not only with icon data but also with PICT data in the clipboard.
Open the FinderPop preference pane. Click on the Show FinderPop Items Folder button in the Items sub-panel. Add aliases to your favourite applications, folders, documents, and whatnots to that folder. Now every time you control-click in the Finder or click in an unused part of the menubar, you'll get a few more options...
Control-free contextual menu popup in finder.
Folder Contents CM 1.7.1
Folder Contents CM is a Mac OS X-compatible contextual menu plugin (CM) which allows users to access folder contents by control-clicking on that folder. The engine can also view the contents of the packages, including application packages. The contents are displayed on icon-decorated hierarchical menus where users can browse the folder contents to unlimited depth. Folder Contents CM has ability to handle disks, files, folders, aliases, symbolic links, and invisible objects.
FolderGlance is a Contextual Menu Items plugin for the Finder, which allows you to hierarchically browse the contents of folders in the Finder by right- or control-clicking one or several folders. It comes with a preference panel allowing you to customize the number of levels you can browse, as well as enable or disable display of hidden files.
FTPortal is an application and contextual menu for easily uploading files to specific folders of one or more FTP servers. You do this by either creating and configuring multiple copies of the program, or using the FTPortal System Preferences pane to configure the contextual menu items. Then you upload files by either dropping them onto the main window or application icon in the Finder or by selecting an appropriate contextual menu item in the Finder.
GrimRipperCM is a simple utility for ripping off the resource fork. Very handy if you know what you are doing. Very destructive if you don't. I take no resposibility if you damage the only copy of your important document.
Launch Items X 1.8
Launch Items is an easy-to-use contextual menu plug-in which allows to launch customized applications or open documents with customized applications. It has a graphic user interface called Launch Items Editor where users can add any applications to the menu of Launch Items. The editor supports drag & drop, drag to change position of menu items, and more.
LockPopCM is a very simple and compact contextual menu plugin that allows to lock or unlock your selection in the Finder or any software that handle this sort of plugin.
MoveCM is a contextual menu item for moving, copying, aliasing and archiving (zip compressing) files and folders quickly into common folders. i.e. without the need to drag and drop them, use aliases, etc. It is a generalization of the Finder's "Move to Trash" contextual menu item, you can apply it to any folder you like. Use the System Preference pane to specify destination folders. The contextual menu will then consist of menu items that correspond to these destinations.
Move Items X 1.6.1
Move Items X is a set of Mac OS X-compatible contextual menu plug-ins which allow users to copy items, move items and make aliases. Users can copy files and folders from the desktop (or any folders) to a specific destination by using the contextual menu features. Destinations folders will be shown on the hierarchical menus, i.e. entire hard disks will be listed on the menus, and users can browse to any levels of the hard disks. Users can customize the advanced options of Move Items X through an interface software called Move Items Enabler.
MP3-Info CMM 1.4
MP3-Info CMM is a Contextual Menu Module designed for Mac OS X (version 10.2 or newer, PowerPC- & Intel-Mac). That is essentially an extension to the Finder.
It displays information about MP3, AAC (iTunes), AIFF, and even WAV files, such as their duration, the bitrate, and also the MP3-Tags, such as the artist, the title of the song, and some more, all directly inside the Finder, without the need to open any application to get this information! That can save you a lot of time when you often have to manage MP3 files.
This Contextual Menu "nudges" the Finder to update the information it displays about a file or folder. Use it on any item (or groups of items) if you suspect the Finder hasn't updated its view. This should work for most attribute changes, icon changes, size changes, files that have been saved but don't appear, and so forth. It now also changes the item's modification timestamp to the current date and time, and works on both PowerPC and Intel Macs. On Mac OS X 10.3 (Panther) and up, you can control-click on the empty space in any Finder window and have the contextual menu act on the containing folder. Unfortunately, some attribute changes are NOT properly recognized. This includes the "invisible" and "package" attributes. For changes to those attributes, you must quit and restart the Finder.
NuFile (pronounced new-file (Nu is a greek letter)) is a contextual menu plugin. It adds a new file menu when you right click at a folder(ie: desktop or Finder background); just like what you can do in Windows.
One Finger Snap 1.4.1
One Finger Snap is a Preference Pane that brings up the contextual menu whenever you click and hold down the mouse button. This means that you can do everything with a single-button mouse that you can do with a 2-button mouse. Don't throw away that 1-button mouse. Don't carry around a clunky mouse with your powerbook. Don't think that you've lost a second mouse button when you switch from that other OS. Just click and hold wherever you would normally right-click.
Contextual menu for executing Unix commands. Hundreds of commands submitted by users are available in
Open Subfolder 1.0.6
Open Subfolder is a contextual menu extension for Mac OS and Windows which adds the ability to open a folder located inside of the currently selected folder.
PicturePopPro (initialy named PicturePop) was born in 2001. It was one of the first contextual menu plugins for MacOS X, and the first picture viewer as contextual menu plugin for MacOSX. PPP2 is designed to work on all PowerPC macs, from 10.3.9 to 10.4.x, especially with less memory [on low configuration]. With Tiger, Apple has introduced a contextual menu with similar diaporama functionality but.. just test PPP2 and compare.. :) PPP2 offers fast browsing-viewing-searching-marking-actions.
Contextual menu plugin that helps you manage/organize JPEG photo image files taken by digital cameras. This can be a good companion of QuickImageCM. Please read the enclosed ReadMe before using it.
Contextual menu plug-in for easy access to frequently used folders, documents and applications. The most popular of all contextual menu plug-ins developed by Abracode. Adds a "Move To" item to your contextual menus to easily send a file to any folder on your Mac.
Contextual menu plugin that makes it possible to view/edit/print image files without launching any applications. Also it has various other functions like add/remove thumbnail icons, rename image files, convert images files to a different format, etc.
Shortcuts is a Mac OS X application to assign hot keys to contextual menu items. It works only with menu items added by contextual menu plug-ins. Version 2.0 also allows you to display a menu with items added by CM plug-ins (Even in Snow Leopard).
As some of you may have noticed, a number of Unix tools, especially file and Web servers (such as FTP, NFS, Samba, and Apache), have trouble resolving the System 7 style alias files created by the Finder's "Make Alias" command. Many of these tools think these alias files are actually regular files with nothing inside them, which makes them useless in some situations. Just about all Unix tools, however, can resolve symbolic links. Symbolic links are similar to aliases, except that they point back to the original file in a way that every Unix application can understand. Until now, however, creating a symbolic link usually involved a trip to the Terminal.
SymbolicLinker is a tiny contextual menu plugin that, once installed, allows any user to create symbolic links to files inside the Finder. SymbolicLinker does this by adding a contextual menu item to the Finder that generates symbolic links to the selected files. The goal of this product is to decrease users' trips to the Terminal in order to use the "ln -s" command.
The plugin requires Mac OS X 10.1 through 10.5.8. It is a two-way universal binary with support for the PPC32 and Intel 32 architectures. The service requires Mac OS X 10.6 or alter. It is a two-way universal binary with support for the Intel 32 and Intel 64 architectures.
Denotes Mac OS X Intel Native
Denotes Mac OS X Intel & PPC Native
Denotes Mac OS X PPC Native
Denotes Mac OS 8/9 PPC Native
Denotes Mac OS 680x0 Native
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