Developer: Limit Point Software

Current Version: 1.1.1

Last Updated: 2 years ago

Download Size: 1.5 MB - Download


Droffett is a drop application which "flattens" a folder, i.e. moves all files which are descendants of it so that they are directly inside it.

Droffett can also be used to aggregate a set of files by extension. This process will place all files with the same extension into a folder named after that extension. Specify this option using the Preferences window.

Droffett is very easy to use.

How to use Droffett: Simply drag a folder on top of the Droffett application icon in the Finder or the main window. Processing commences immediately. Use the Preferences window to specify various options (see below.)


• Operation: You can either move the files to, or create aliases of them in, the top level folder.

• Treat Bundles as Files: Application packages, bundles, etc. may be condsidered folders, and their contents will also be moved.

• Rename Duplicates: Once a file is moved any other files with the same name are not moved or are renamed by appending a unique string.

• Aggregate Files By Extension When Done: After the folder is flattened this process will put all files with the same file extension into a folder named by that extension.


Release Notes:

Maintenance update.


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 1.0.9
Review by Grahas

Software does not work at all. - This software does not work at all as advertised. I have fed the software a folder which I wish to be moved into a single directory, Yet all the files remain in their current hierarchy. I would recommend saving your $9.99

Found helpful by 1 out of 1 people

More Reviews for Current Version

Version 1.1.1
Review by xxco

Super - works exactly as advertised! - Simple. Effective. My only criticism - I’d like to flatten multiple directories in batch automatically - sequentially in a queue or in parallel. Currently one must do them one at a time, manually. That takes more time and attention if one has many directories to do ( such as many different Apple Mail mbox folders ).

Found helpful by 0 out of 0 people