Version: 2.3.0 || Release Date: 2010-05-23 || License: Freeware Developer: Turly O'Connor | App Owner: arpeggiate

Finderpop improves & extends features in contextual menus.

"Having finally started using a Mac again in earnest for the first time since I left Apple three-and-a-half years ago, one of the things I really missed was FinderPop. So I began a spare-time project to port it to Carbon (it would probably be more correct to say re-write it for Carbon.)"

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Contextual menu plugins don't work in Snow Leopard

Please update the link to FP 2.2, here's a direct link via Versiontracker:

Something similar to look into, is OnMyCommand, (also free).

It's a contextual-menu editor on steroids. And you can edit/script your own little doohickeys (via AppleScript or Unix commands) to your own liking. Recommended lookup.

OnMyCommand also has an everr-growing user contributed list of commands, that you can install.

The New version, (FinderPop 2.0.0rc1) it's great.
A great utility from the years of OS9 is back, and now it's complete (almost).
Just try it.