Commander One Pro 1.7 – Dual-pane file manager.
Size: 22.94 MB
Commander One Pro is dual-pane file manager for OS X based on Swift, which allows you to manage your files in the best possible way.
You will get the dual-pane interface for easy moving and copying files from one place to another; multi-tab browsing for eliminating clutter; advanced search for locating files quickly by name or content plus Spotlight search; file operations queueing, hotkeys setup for any action, ZIP support with compressing, extracting and full access, preview multiple types of files incl. binary and hex.
With Commander One you see all hidden files on your Mac, you can change the name of any file or folder when moving it, work with local and network drives. Program also offers you the Brief Mode, so you could see and manage multiple files and folders at once.
PRO Pack of the application offers additional benefits: built-in fast FTP client that enables you to connect to remote server through FTP, SFTP or FTPS; easy access to data on your devices, both iOS and Android; compression and extraction of ZIP, RAR, TBZ, TGZ, 7z files; integration of any number of Dropbox accounts.
For your utter convenience, Commander One has a built-in Terminal emulator with all needed options, but without jumping between the apps. You can also use various color themes created by us to personalize your Commander One and tune your very own for unique appearance.
Version 1.7 (2281):
Support for Dropbox API v2 (you will need to relink your Dropbox account)
Support for Amazon S3 buckets in the following regions: US East (Ohio), Asia Pacific (Mumbai), Canada (Central), EU (London)
The Hungarian, Polish and Ukrainian localizations
handling of Google Drive accounts (support for the new API)
Connection / detection of iOS devices on macOS 10.12
Fetching of files on remote servers when viewing / editing them
The built-in file viewer now remembers the viewing mode last used (text, hex, etc.) and the position and dimensions of its window
Getting the size of folders that contain bundles
Changing of Commander One’s color theme on macOS 10.12
Copying of HTML files from Amazon S3
The Chinese localization
A crash when uploading large files to OneDrive
A crash when opening an S3 bucket in an unknown region
A crash when changing certain settings in Connection Manager
A rare case when no window contents were displayed on startup in Brief mode
Freezing on dragging and dropping files on macOS 10.12
The Esc button did not work when renaming files in Brief mode
OS X 10.9 or later, 64-bit processor