By George Lyakhov
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Are you fed up with common boring blue folders? With Folders Factory, you can easily change their colour, add pictures, include text, assign textures or even make them look like "embossed" system folders.
Doing this will improve your performance and your system’s appearance. You’ll no longer have to read folder names as you can now easily identify the one you need.
The application is very user-friendly. All you have to do is: drag the image you want into the application’s window, configure the way it looks, and then drag the folder you want to modify there too. Done.
For users with new retina display:
Until update, you need select Folders Factory.app in Finder and press cmd+i (or in context menu select "Get Info"). You will see new window, make sure that the "Open in Low Resolution" box is checked in it.
- To reposition an object, move your pointer over the object, and then drag the pointer.
- To rotate an object, put your pointer outside any corner of the bounding outline around the object and drag.
What's New in Version 1.8
• Retina support
• Support of new icons sizes (256x256 and 1024x1024)
• Added support of upcoming OS X 10.8 (Mountain Lion)
• Added Brazilian Portuguese localization.
• Sorting icons in Library
• Now image always stay clear after moving object
• Ability to scale up images
• Moving object with arrow keys
Does not work as described
The App does not work as described. It comes with a video to explain how it works and it is sad that the very first function shown in the video does not work. This is very annoying because it is very impressive and it is the reason why I bought it. You can see a photo of a butterfly on a rose in the promo - that function does not work for me.
- HK$ 23.00
- Category: Utilities
- Updated: 07 August 2012
- Version: 1.8
- Size: 13.6 MB
- Languages: English, French, German, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish
- Developer: George Lyakhov
- © 2011, 2012 George Lyakhov
Compatibility: OS X 10.6 or later