Cocoatech Releases v6.1.3 for Path Finder 6

Version 6.1.3 for Path Finder 6 has been released and is available to all licensed Path Finder 6 users for free. 6.1.3 is only compatible with Lion and Mountain Lion, as Cocoatech has plans to release a separate Snow Leopard update- 6.0.7


The changelog can ben found below. Download Path Finder 6 at



1)Added a “New Folder with Selection” action. 

2)Path Finder offers to move itself to the “Applications” folder if it’s not already located there.

3)Unlimited Undo. You can now Undo as many times as you like.

4)Undo for “New File”, “New Folder”, “Make Alias”, “Make Symbolic Link” and “Rename” actions.

5)Path Finder can now open applications disabled with Gatekeeper using “Open” contextual or action menu item when running under Mountain Lion.

6)Spotlight search now includes file label.

7)The next item is selected after deleting or moving items to the trash.

8)There is now an option to show the full file path in the title of the browser window.

9)Distinguished “Move to Trash” and “Delete” toolbar items.

10)Gray, Lion-style icons in the Sidebar in DEVICES and SHARED sections. (Can switch to color by selecting “New Sidebar”)

11)Growl notifications are not shown if Growl is not installed and running.

12)Improved Spotlight search for Content, Keywords and Tags. 

13)Better error reporting when creating files, folders, aliases and symbolic links.

14)”Apply to all” setting for copying/moving preserved.

15)Fixed capitalization in the multi-file rename feature.

16)Better selection functionality when double clicking an item’s name in the inline renamer.

17)Fixed a bug when updating Bookmark items menu.

18)Fixed a bug with choosing QuickLook from contextual menu.

19)Fixed a bug which switched active space when inline renaming an item.

 20)Code clean-up and other small issues fixed.



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