Directory Opus




Directory Opus logo (75 pix) GPSoftware released version of its file manager Directory Opus released. This program is in a sense similar to Total Commander , but much more extensive. Directory Opus ever debuted on the Commodore Amiga platform, where it was particularly popular in the early nineties. In 1994, developer Jonathan Potter started working with Greg Perry and since then gives GPSoftware the program.

Directory Opus is versatile and extremely configurable, both in terms of functionality and appearance. That is also the biggest problem, because the program may seem complex, especially for novice users. Directory Opus works on Windows XP and later, and is available in a 32bit and 64bit version. The program can be tested for 60 days, after which a license of 89 Australian dollars must be purchased, which equates to about 60 euros. Since version 10.2, there is also a less extended version , which costs just under 33 euros. The release notes for this release can be found below.

Bug fixes

Fixed a crash when selecting shop a drive from the dropdown list drives in a floating toolbar
Add a button with a Go command followed by a Select command, the Select command did not work properly if the “Automatically select first file in the folder” Preferences option was turned on
Fixed issue with path completion when Clicking on a folder in the popup list if the cursor was not already at the end of the line
FTP root directory in the file display did not handle double-clicking on an address book sub-folder if it had high-bit characters in the name
The tooltip of a Go or Go} {destpath DESTPATH ​​button is now properly
Favorites shown in the breadcrumbs, dropdown now have ampersands stripped to match the favorites menu
Added basic support for touch-based scrolling in Windows 8
Fixed issue That Caused Slow MP3 metadata for files in libraries
Fixed problem with Flickr synchronization (it now works again)
A filetype action copied from one file type and pasted to another was not saved Unless the action was then edited manually
Creating a link via Alt + drag & drop in a library did not work
Deleting a junction / link from the tree would show a confirmation dialog as if it were a real directory rather than a link
Fixed freeze on Windows XP machines after creating sub-collections
Fixed Folder tab group preview in Preferences not always properly re-drawing the gap between left and right leaflet tabs
Fixed Rename dialog using a lot of CPU and memory if you typed a new name like # {modified date | D # DDMMYYYY} where the # to insert a counter was interpreting the numeric date after it as a request for an enormous amount of zero-padding .

The following downloads are available:
* Directory Opus (32bit)
* Directory Opus (64bit)
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