[HotFile] Directory Opus (x86/x64)

Posted by download in Software on 23-10-2010

Directory Opus (x86/x64)

A file manager is, at its simplest, a utility program which presents lists of files and allows the user to perform actions of some kind on those files. File managers are useful for moving files between folders, making backup copies of files, viewing pictures and playing sounds, running other utility programs on lists of files, deleting unwanted files and many other "housekeeping" tasks. Directory Opus goes beyond the simple file manager metaphor, and offers you a complete replacement for Windows Explorer and many other utility programs for handling FTP, ZIP, viewing files and images, running slideshows and more. It provides you with all this within a user-friendly and fully-configurable environment within which you can access and manage your important data with a minimum of effort. Harness the power of your computer like never before!

Main features:
» Powerful File Manager & Explorer Replacement
» User-definable File Display Views
» Fully Configurable Menus, Toolbars and Hotkeys
» Advanced built-in Image and File Viewers
» Built-in ZIP and FTP Support
» Visually Synchronize Files & Find Duplicates
» Advanced Search and Rename Functions
» More Configurable than any other program
» Easy Slideshows
» Explorer-compatible user interface
» Support for Common Image and Sound Files
» Built-in Viewer Pane
» Enhanced Support for Digital Images
» Enhanced Finding and Searching
» Powerful Internal Command Set

Bugs fixed / minor changes:
Added move_netshare_semantics advanced Preferences option to work around a problem moving folders caused by PGP Netshare.
Added support for transparent (alpha-channel) TIFF images (both 8-bit and 16-bit images).
Added tiff_assume_alpha advanced Preferences flag to force alpha on TIFF images which have a 4th channel but don't specify its meaning.
Fixed a crash that could occur if you dragged a file over a sub-folder on an ftp site, and hovered there while a copy to that same site was in progress.
Fixed a problem when trying to inline-rename a file or folder whose original name contained an environment variable.
Fixed a problem with the @set command directive that would stop {dlgstring} working correctly with {file} as the default value unless prefixed with @runonce.
The timestamp of a file with NTFS ADS properties is now correctly preserved when the file is copied.
ActiveX: Prevents the Syntax-Colored Source preview handler from handling .url files by default. If that handler is installed the plugin will still send .url files to a web browser unless explicitly configured not to.
Fixed a problem that could cause a crash when editing the defined filter in the Print Folder dialog.
Fixed a problem that caused the Folder Tree to fail to expand the Desktop branch with a particular combination of settings.
The FILTER argument for the Print FOLDER command now works correctly.
If two or more single file-display Listers were open, the Go DUALPATH command used to cause the folder in the destination Lister to change, instead of setting the source Lister into dual-display mode.
Improved support for the Recorded TV start menu link in Windows 7.
The Rename command could not move files when the source folder was a file collection.
If a rename script fails, the rename operation is now aborted.

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