Yellow Lemon Software has updated FolderGlance
( — a tool for browsing
your files and digging into folders via the Finder’s contextual menu
— to version 2.5. The upgrade is compatible with Mac OS X 10.6
(“Snow Leopard”).

FolderGlance is a l utility for browsing files and folders directly
from the Finder’s contextual menus on Mac OS X. Files can be opened
or previewed directly from within the contextual menu brought up in
the Finder. Any selected files or folders can also be moved, copied
or made aliases of in any sub-folders browsed to by the user.

FolderGlance also supports control-free popups, which makes it
possible to open the contextual menu in any application without the
need for holding down the control-key or using the right mouse button.

FolderGlance 2.5 requires an Intel-based Mac running Mac OS X 10.6 or
later. A full license of FolderGlance costs US$20. A trial version is
available for download.