ForkLift 3.2.9 is available

New

  • Supports Kitty as default terminal application

Improvements

  • Improves App Deleter’s search algorithm

Fixes

  • Fixes a crash when dragging files from a remote server to sidebar
  • Fixes a possible crash when closing the window during rename
  • Fixes an issue with moving items within a remote server
  • Fixes an issue when drag and dropping a file from a remote server to Finder resulted in creating textClipping on High Sierra and earlier
  • Fixes an issue with renaming enclosing folders on Amazon S3
  • Numerous minor fixes and improvements

Download ForkLift 3.2.9

ForkLift 3.2.8 is available

Improvements

  • Dark mode improvements on macOS Mojave
  • Dark mode can be enabled in light mode on macOS Mojave

Fixes

  • Fixes an issue with drag and drop on macOS Mojave
  • Fixes an issue with deleting folders having comma in their names on Amazon S3
  • Fixes an issue which resulted in corrupted SFTP transfers
  • Numerous minor fixes and improvements

Download ForkLift 3.2.8

ForkLift 3.2.7 is available

Improvements

  • Dark mode improvements on macOS Mojave

Fixes

  • Fixes an issue with alternating background in dark mode on High Sierra and earlier
  • Fixes an issue with opening folders having equal symbol in their names on Amazon S3
  • Fixes an issue with updating permissions with octal value on a remote server
  • Fixes an issue with creating a new folder with enabled Group by Date in icon view
  • Fixes a listing issue on a certain FTP server
  • Fixes a compatibility issue with certain WebDAV servers
  • Fixes a transfer speed related issue with a certain SFTP server
  • Numerous minor fixes and improvements

Download ForkLift 3.2.7

The Best FTP Clients for Mac Compared – Speed Test

A few months ago we decided to run a comprehensive speed test of the best file transfer clients for macOS. During this process, we made some observations which allowed us to increase the file transfer speed of ForkLift even more. In this blog post, we’ll tell you what changes we’ve made to make ForkLift faster, and we’ll reveal the results of our speed test.

ForkLift is a file manager and a file transfer tool for Mac supporting a wide variety of file transfer protocols. With ForkLift – among many other things – you can copy, move or delete files on your Mac locally and you can also connect to remote servers to upload, download or delete files. A lot of people have to connect to remote servers or cloud storages to transfer files on a daily basis, for example:

  • Web developers
  • Web designers
  • System administrators to move files to and from servers and even edit them remotely
  • Photographers to back up their photos to Amazon S3 or other providers
  • Bloggers to upload files to WordPress or other platforms
  • Everyday users who back up or store data on a NAS (Network Attached Storage), Google Drive or Dropbox

Nobody wants to spend too much time moving files from one place to another. This is especially true when the actual work can only begin after the files have been transferred. That’s why performance is one of the most important factors of file transfer apps.

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ForkLift 3.2.3 is available

New

  • New and faster Amazon S3 engine that also supports S3 compatible services
  • Create encrypted archives or choose from multiple archive formats (Command-Option-Shift-M)
  • Spanish localization
  • Swap Panes toolbar button
  • Default Folder X integration

Improvements

  • Improved speed of expanding folders with many files inside in List View
  • Server field trims the host address to exclude accidentally pasted whitespaces

Fixes

  • Fixes a heavy memory usage issue when downloading from SFTP
  • Fixes a possible crash when opening an SMB favorite from Favorite Manager
  • Fixes a possible dataloss when copy started even if there would not be enough space
  • Fixes an issue that caused keyboard shortcuts and creating folders to stop working
  • Fixes an issue when new window was always opened in List View
  • Fixes an issue when two windows were opened on launch
  • Fixes an issue with preserving modification dates on local network shares
  • Fixes an issue with connecting to a specific WebDAV server
  • Fixes an issue with opening the path of an SMB favorite if share was already mounted
  • Fixes an issue with displaying tags in Column View
  • Fixes an issue with Control-Click in Icon View
  • Fixes an issue that prevented cancelling of archive extraction
  • Fixes an issue with saving auth token when dragging a Google Drive folder to the sidebar
  • Fixes an issue with Go To Folder when pasting full path opened the file
  • Fixes an issue with missing forward slash when using s3:// as base url
  • Fixes an issue that prevented renaming a file if it was opened in Quick Look
  • Fixen an issue with displaying correct size of a sync process in Activities
  • Fixes an issue with switching focus to search result when pressing the Tab key
  • Fixes an issue with disabled ‘Resize columns to fit’ in Column View
  • Fixes an issue with searching filenames with Umlauts
  • Fixes an issue when remote symlinks could not be opened in Column View
  • Fixes an issue when Sort By did not list items alphabetically
  • Fixes a listing issue on a certain FTP server
  • Fixes an issue with Group By Size sorting
  • Numerous minor fixes and improvements

Download ForkLift 3.2.3

ForkLift 3.2.2 is available

New

  • French localization

Improvements

  • Home directory is now displayed as root in the path bar
  • Folders are listed on top when Group by Kind sorting is enabled

Fixes

  • Fixes a possible dataloss with multi rename
  • Fixes a possible hang when opening Get Info
  • Fixes a crash when double-clicking on the close button of a multi rename window
  • Fixes a possible crash when changing view mode from icon view with previously selected items to list or column view
  • Fixes a crash when opening an encrypted tar.zip with enabled Treat archives as folders
  • Fixes an issue with listing a specific share in the sidebar
  • Fixes an issue with creating a new folder while there is an ongoing operation
  • Fixes an issue with creating a folder with forward slash in its name
  • Fixes an issue with creating a new folder on a certain WebDAV server
  • Fixes a character encoding issue on some network shares
  • Fixes an issue that caused displaying wrong modification date on some FTP servers
  • Fixes an issue with replacing and moving a folder to SFTP
  • Fixes an issue with the search field
  • Fixes an issue with displaying remote PDF files in the Preview panel
  • Fixes an issue with displaying RTF text files in the Preview panel
  • Fixes an issue with Quick Look on SFTP
  • Fixes an issue with updating available space in the status bar
  • Fixes an issue with updating sidebar
  • Fixes an issue with Keyboard Selection when selection did not stay in focus after reaching the bottom of the pane
  • Fixes an issue when deselecting the only selected item with Command-Click resulted in activating rename
  • Numerous minor fixes and improvements

Download ForkLift 3.2.2

ForkLift 3.2.1 is available

Important Notice

We discovered an issue in ForkLift 3.2 that prevents the auto-update process to install the newer version. Please download this update manually and move it to your Applications folder using Finder. Sorry for the inconvenience.

Changelog:

  • Fixes a crash when creating a new folder with enabled ‘Group by’ sorting
  • Fixes an issue with listing files and folders with spaces in their filename on WebDAV
  • Fixes a rename issue with Keyboard Selection
  • Fixes the Sparkle auto-update issue – fingers crossed 🙂
  • Numerous other minor fixes and improvements

Download ForkLift 3.2.1