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13 Feb 2016, 16:00
Re: Yes, FP works in El Capitan with SIP!
I'm afraid it's not working for me. I followed Salamac's instructions, including using the correct name of the .osax file. The contextual menu additions worked fine when SIP was disabled, but not after I re-enabled it. I checked and the file is still where it was moved, but it doesn't seem to be invoking the FinderPop contextual menu. My OSX version is 10.11.3.

I wonder if the problem would still be permissions? System can read and write, Wheel can read only, Everyone can read only. Is that what it's supposed to be?
14 Jan 2016, 02:20
Re: FinderPop 2.5.9-BETA
I'm not sure how they did it but the utility, Default Folder, now works with El Capitan without disabling SIP.
10 Jul 2015, 13:14
Re: FinderPop 2.5.7
I just tried the uninstall/reinstall (using "might work" version. Unfortunately, it doesn't seem to work. I am using Beta 3 (same as the public beta).
15 Jan 2010, 03:50
Re: FinderPop 2.2.4b6 BETA | Thrillseekers | Snow Leopard *ONLY*
All seems to be working well with 2.2.4b6, and I have been using it on three different models (iMac, Mac mini, MacBook Pro).
15 Dec 2009, 16:38
Re: FinderPop 2.2.4b4 BETA | Thrillseekers | Snow Leopard *ONLY*
I just downloaded it and tried it on an iMac 2.66ghz running Snow Leopard. Contextual menus seem wickedly fast; no hesitation at all as you drill through. Looks good so far!
03 Dec 2009, 17:30
Re: FinderPop 2.2.4b3 BETA | Thrillseekers | Snow Leopard *ONLY*
So far, I have only tested out the contextual menu and the titlebar click, but both seem to be working for me on my 20" last-generation iMac. I'll try it on my mini and MacBook Pro at home.
15 Sep 2009, 02:21
2.2.2 "thrillseekers beta" - no effect in my system
I am testing the beta on a core 2 duo (1.83 ghz) mini running Snow Leopard 10.6.1. I initially installed the beta on top of 2.2, logged out and tried FP, but got no FP menu in the menubar, with a right-click or by clicking on a folder. I then deleted the pref. pane and reinstalled - again no FP menu. I checked to make sure that my FP items folder was still there with items; it was so that's not the problem. Perhaps I misunderstood and FP won't work in any Finder context right now because FP doesn't work yet with 64 bit apps. The one change I do notice is the bringing up the pref. pane no longer requires me to restart System Preferences.
29 Aug 2009, 02:25
Re: Not a version announcement
I know that station, having used it on a number of occasions to get from Barcelona to Girona. Had you stuck to the train instead of the bus - but then again who wants to get hit by a train ( :D ). Seriously, I hope you get better soon!