St. Clair Software has updated Default Folder (http://www.stclairsoft.com/DefaultFolderX/index.html), its utility for enhancing Open and Save dialogs in Mac OS X, to version 4.3.8. You can now see the width and height of an image in Default Folder X’s popular preview pane.
This release also corrects an odd problem: new MacBook Pros with automatic GPU switching would think that Default Folder X needed the high-powered NVIDIA graphics card, resulting in poor battery life. This misunderstanding has been fixed.
Additional features and corrections have also been added. If you use Google Chrome, OpenMeta tags, AppleScript, Path Finder, Automatic Duck, iTunes FS, rely on certain Default Folder X features or have a big keyboard with more than 15 function keys, this update has something for you.
Default Folder X 4.3.8 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.