St. Clair Software has updated Default Folder
(, its utility
for enhancing Open and Save dialogs in Mac OS X, to version 4.3.2.
The upgrade addresses issues with Mac OS 10.6 “Snow Leopard,” as well
as enhancing Default Folder X’s ability to see which folders you’ve
used recently.

For users of both Snow Leopard and Leopard, compatibility has been
improved in Final Cut Pro, QuickTime Player and other applications
that export using QuickTime. We’ve also improved performance and
addressed interface issues, and two new settings provide for
additional customization.

Default Folder X 4.3.2 is a free update for existing users who
purchased a license or upgrade on or after June 1, 2007. The upgrade
is US$14.95 for users who bought their copies before that date.
Default Folder X costs $34.95 for a new license. Installers are
available now in English and German and will be released shortly in
Japanese, French, and Danish.