Path Finder Updated with Leopard Integration

Path Finder 4.8.2 has been released by CocoaTech. This release now supports Quicklook when run on Leopard. It can also replace Finder by being the default file viewer when “Reveal in Finder” is used.

Since upgrading to Leopard I’ve been trying to stay in Finder as much as possible in order to give it a chance. Coverflow and Quicklook have kept me interested in Finder, only going to Path Finder for special cases. Now with QuickLook in Path Finder it’s going to be harder staying in Finder.

Quicklook is activated the same way it is in Finder. I’ve become partial to the space key.

Reveal in Path Finder is not enabled by default and needs to be enabled in the Path Finder preferences. There’s now a “Reveal” preferences pane.


The update also lists another 7 Leopard related bug fixes along with 3 other fixes that aren’t Leopard specific. The changes are listed in the change log.

I’ll still be trying to stay in Finder, but I think its days are numbered.

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