ForkLift 3.5.7 is available

New

  • Renaming items on Backblaze B2
  • Moving items on Backblaze B2
  • Displays an error message when a file can’t be updated in the Preview Pane because of missing permissions
  • Added system sound for Empty Trash

Improvements

  • Updated system sounds

Fixes

  • Fixes an issue of the sorting order of the selected items in Icon View that caused problems for example during Multi-Renaming
  • The correct folder size is being displayed after a new folder has been created using the name of a recently deleted folder
  • Pressing the Tab key during renaming doesn’t insert a tab character into the name of the item
  • Selection in the Activities window doesn’t get lost when the item list updates
  • Fixes an issue that could cause a possible data loss when moving items over SFTP into a target location with not enough space
  • Fixes an issue where permissions were lost on Amazon S3 after renaming an item
  • Fixes an issue that caused the missing progress indicator during Search in Icon and Column View
  • Fixes an issue where local shares could appear twice in the sidebar
  • Fixes a possible data loss during remote editing
  • Fixes an issue that caused a possible crash when saving a file while remote editing on Amazon S3
  • Fixes a compatibility issue that could cause operations failing on certain WebDAV servers
  • Numerous minor fixes and improvements

Download ForkLift 3.5.7

Lower prices and a new business model

We have lowered the price of ForkLift and have moved to a new pricing model.

Buying a license to ForkLift allows you to use ForkLift for as long as you want and to install all minor and major updates for one year. If you wish to install a new version of ForkLift after that, you will need to renew your license. After the renewal, you will have access to free updates for one more year again.

If you buy ForkLift 3 now, you will be able to install all the updates to ForkLift 3 for one year and even to ForkLift 4, should ForkLift 4 come out within 12 months after the purchase. And even if you don’t want to renew your license, you will be able to keep using ForkLift for an unlimited time.

This change in the business model doesn’t affect license owners who have bought ForkLift 3 before the change, they can continue using ForkLift 3 and install all future updates to ForkLift 3 for an unlimited time. However, for these existing users, ForkLift 4 will be a paid upgrade.

From now on, our prices are the following:

Single-user license $19.95
Family license $29.95
Small business license $69.95

ForkLift 3.5.5 is available

New

  • Default Folder X Menu toolbar item and Default Folder X Drawer toolbar item

Improvements

  • It is possible to work with items that have an apostrophe in their names on Google Drive
  • The Git status of an untracked folder is marked with a question mark (?)
  • The Enter on the numeric keyboard is treated as a separate key, it is now possible to use it in keyboard shortcuts. Enter and Return are treated as two different keys

Fixes

  • Fixes a possible, rarely occurring update issue during remote editing
  • Fixes a crash when the S3 server name contains a colon (:)
  • Fixes a WebDAV issue introduced in v3.5.4 where on some servers, not every item was listed
  • Fixes a multi-rename issue where the Apply to all rule wasn’t treated correctly
  • Fixes a permission issue where it wasn’t possible to write into folders without Read permissions, such as the public Drop Box folder of another user on the same Mac
  • Fixes an issue where it wasn’t possible to change the keyboard shortcuts of the Back and Forward commands when the input source wasn’t English

Download ForkLift 3.5.5