Software Update: 11:19 Directory Opus




GPSoftware 11:18 has released version of its file manager Directory Opus. This program is in a way similar to Total Commander , but with enhanced capabilities for the information to be displayed exactly and in what way. The program embeds itself deep into Windows and is therefore intended to be a replacement for Windows Explorer.

Directory Opus is versatile and extremely configurable, both in functionality and in appearance. That will also be the biggest problem, because the program can certainly happen to novice users complex. Directory Opus works on Windows XP and above, and is available in a 32bit- and a 64bit version. The program can be tested for 30 days; then please purchase a license of 89 Australian dollars, which amounts to just under 65 euros. Since version 10.2, there is a less elaborate version , for about 35 euros. The changelog for version 11:19 can be found below.


Fixed inverted colors in CMYK some JPGs.
Fixed button editor duplicating the next line if you double-clicked the end of a line, and then crashing if you clicked OK.
Duplicating a folder on an existing one would Incorrectly display an error ( “you can not copy a file over itself”) for any files That clashed with Existing Ones in the target folder.
The Image command no longer requires CONVERT Either if the WIDTH or HEIGHT arguments are Specified (previously it needed both for CONVERT to not be needed).
Updated to 7z.dll v16-which includes security fixes.
Updated to latest UNRAR.DLL.
Fixed error with sorting Tags column.
Fixed FTP not log into the FTP server Folder + iOS app.
Lossless JPEG rotation was interrupted and always failed (falling back on lossy rotation if the command’s arguments allowed it).

Directory Opus 11 screenshot (620 pix)



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