GoodbyeHello

Developer: Limit Point Software

Current Version: 1.0.7

Last Updated: 2 years ago

Download Size: 1 MB - Download

Description:

GoodbyeHello is an app for making files and folders invisible or visible.

Visit the website for more information and a demo.

When you drop a file or folder on the app's main window, or Finder or Dock icon, it will be made invisible. You can also use the File menu commands "Make Files Invisible..." or "Make Folder Invisible..." to make files or folders invisible.

You can also use the File menu command "Make Path Visible..." to make a file or folder visible. This command requires you to enter the pathname of the file or folder. Note that pathnames of processed files and folders are logged to the console. You can open the console by selecting "Open Console..." from the File menu. The log is useful for copying file and folder pathnames into the "Make Path Visible" window's text field.

You can also navigate to the files you want to make visible using the "Make Files Visible" File menu command, and navigate to the folder you want to make visible using the "Make Folder Visible" File menu command. Both navigation dialogs will display invisible files.

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Release Notes:

Maintenance update.

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Most Helpful Reviews

5/5
Version 1.0.4
Review by Kara Fischer

This app usually works fine. - I downloaded this app and used it almost immediately, and it worked quite well for the first three or four uses, then stopped working. I don't know what I did – at first I thought that it was because the folders were read-only, but then it wouldn't work on folders with read-and-write permissions either. Then it started working again. That's only one little bug to be worked out, and other than that, it works quite well, and has assisted me in developing a security system for my computer.

Found helpful by 1 out of 1 people
2/5
Version 1.0.4
Review by Twohoos

NOT FREE! - This app does what it says it does. However, it is a 10-day demo version. After the demo period expires, you will be charged a $15 registration fee. 4 stars for functionality, 1 star for false advertising, averages to 2 stars.

Found helpful by 3 out of 3 people