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Client Folder Maker is a simple to use, general purpose folder creation and management tool for the busy desktop publisher, prepress operator or Web designer. It allows the user to set up a hierarchy of folders once, then re-create that hierarchy anywhere in the filesystem with just a few clicks from the Finder.
Focus on Ease of Use
Client Folder Maker was developed specifically to help design professionals be more productive. When CFM is invoked, simply enter the Client Name, its Job Number, and hit the Create Folder button. Client Folder Maker will faithfully create the folder hierarchy based on the clients name, the number associated to that job, with all the support folders inside.
Implemented as a Contextual Menu and Preference Pane, Client Folder Maker was developed to help Mac professionals be more productive. When CFM is invoked, simply enter the Client Name, its Job Number, and hit the Create Folder button. Client Folder Maker will faithfully create a folder hierarchy based on the clients name, the number associated to that job, with all the support folders inside. Client Folder Maker utilizes a very simple approach for building up custom folder sets for any job type. Easily add, rename, or delete folders in the hierarchy, as well as the ability to create new files under the folder tree too.
The hidden gem in CFM is its limitless customization of tag variables, so the possibilities for personal customization are endless. Despite its namesake, Client Folder Maker's default presets aren't limited to simply a "client name" and a "job number". As long as the chosen words or phrases are surrounded in braces, users may create and leverage any tags they wish.
Client Folder Maker ships with default presents for the design or prepress minded, as well as a simple website structure for Web developers. Both have their own unique tag variables, but can easily be customized for any working environment.
Additionally, users may auto-import content from existing source files. This new feature makes it easy to move content from any text file into a newly created file at the time a hierarchy is created. And CFM users can now set permissions on files and folders too. This is a boon for Web designers who often build very structured folder directories for new clients which have repeatable content and file/folder permissions.