Folder Jumper - system enhancement that automatically jumps to specified folders as you type a file’s name
Version: 1.0Folder Jumper is a cool system enhancement that automatically jumps to specified folders as you type a file's name in the "Save As…" dialog box. For example, you may want to automatically save all files whose name ends with ".jpg" inside a "Pictures" folder somewhere on your disk.
Operating System: Mac OS X
To set up a destination folder and link it to a set of file names, all you have to do is to create an alias to the folder and move it to the "Folder Jump Aliases" folder inside your System folder.
The name of the alias is matched against user-entered file names in one of four ways: partial, exact, suffix or prefix.
The alias naming rules for each case are described in a SimpleText document named "instructions" that's automatically created in the "Folder Jump Aliases" folder when you click the "Settings" button in the Control Panel.