Table of Contents       2. Installation

2.4 NeoFinder Preferences

As most other Mac applications, NeoFinder has an extensive set of program specific settings, all available in one central place, the NeoFinder Preferences.

The settings are divided in four sections.

The first section shows you the General preferences:

You can change the basic appearance style of NeoFinder 7 here, from the default Dark mode, to the White mode. Please note that you need to quit NeoFinder and launch it again for this specific parameter to take effect.

The most important setting of them all is the location of the NeoFinder database folder. Change it only if you know what you are doing, but this is incredibly powerful and unique to NeoFinder.

Next, the fields to change the name of the
five extra catalog fields that only NeoFinder offers.

The “Show NeoFinder in menu bar” gives you an amazing way to quickly launch and use NeoFinder wherever you are, and whatever other software you are currently using. Just click in your menu bar, and
start a search with NeoFinder.

If you wish to be notified after long operations, like a lengthy Find, or Export, NeoFinder can play a short sound for you.

Last, only NeoFinder allows you to use
CocoaTechs PathFinder as a Finder replacement. If that option is checked, NeoFinder will direct all “Reveal in Finder” commands not to Apples Finder, but to the more powerful and flexible PathFinder.

The second section of the NeoFinder Preferences allows you to
edit the color Labels.

Section three contains the
Cataloging Preferences.

And the last section has the settings to
catalog Audio-CDs.

Your next steps with NeoFinder:
3. Catalog your volumes
4. Organizing your catalogs
5. Find