Office | EagleFiler 1.6.2
Author: C-Command Software
Date: 05/14/2014 04:14 PM
Size: 19.1 MB
License: Shareware $40.00
Requires: OS X 10.6/10.7/10.8/10.9
Downloaded: 670 times
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• Just press the F1 key to import a Web page, a scrap of text, mail messages, or any file on your Mac. Press Option-F1 for extra fun. • EagleFiler libraries use an open format: regular files and folders that are fully accessible to your other applications.
• Import and view any kind of file: RTF, PDF, Word, images, Web archives, chats, and proprietary formats via Quick Look plug-ins.
• The live search is faster than Spotlight, and you can also setup smart folders and smart folder actions.
• Speed up your mail program by archiving old e-mails. EagleFiler can convert from Microsoft Outlook and other formats to the standard mbox format, and it’s designed to handle tons of mail efficiently.
• Save Web pages as self-contained Web archives or PDF files, including all the images, formatting, and the original source URL.
• Use the Mail-like interface to view your folders and file contents in single streamlined window (or multiple windows, if you want).
• RTF and text files can be edited directly in EagleFiler. Double-click any kind of file to view or edit it in a specialized application.
• Add tags and notes to your files. Tags are like keywords and can be hierarchical. Notes can contain rich text and links.
• Flag important files, keep track of which documents are unread, and assign colored labels that also show up in the Finder.
• Secure your library using encryption approved by the NSA. Everything is viewable and searchable—once you’ve entered the passphrase. • Designed with data integrity in mind, EagleFiler ensures that your files are stored safely, and it can verify that none are lost or damaged.
• Create multiple libraries, store them wherever you want, open more than one at a time, and drag and drop files between them.
• Automate EagleFiler via AppleScript. Write stationery scripts that are triggered when you create new documents.
• Files, the notes you add to them, and tags are searchable via Spotlight and from applications that support OpenMeta.
OS X 10.6+
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