Finder Bookmarks is an editor for Web Location Files, the browser-independent bookmarks that you can store anywhere on your Macintosh. This application can edit locations and attach site icons to the Web Location's icon. It also adds a powerful new kind of location file, Dynamic Locations, for faster web searching and lookups. Advantages of Finder Bookmarks over browser bookmarks: Not specific to any particular browser - If you use more than one browser or decide to switch browsers, your bookmark collection does not need to be imported, exported, or changed in any way. Better organization - Rename and organize your bookmarks as you use them, not in a clumsy bookmark manager. Store Web Locations related to a project with every other file in the project, and archive them anywhere you wish. More accessible - You don't need to open a browser and then look for a bookmark; your Web Location collection is right in the Finder. Customizable by folder - Like any folder in the Finder, one containing Web Locations can have unique View Options. You could sort one Web Location folder by date created, and another alphabetically. More powerful - No web browser's bookmarks are as flexible as Dynamic Locations, which can have multiple parameters in the URL. You can save time by skipping a web site's front page. Instead, use Finder Bookmarks to enter information before you go to Google, Dictionary.com, or even MapQuest.
|File Size||976.56 kB|
|Operating System||Mac OS X 10.1 Mac OS X 10.0 Mac OS X 10.2 Mac OS X 10.3 Macintosh|
|System Requirements||Mac OS X|