BatChmod 1.6.3 / 1.7 Beta 3
Manipulate files and folders privileges in Mac OS X
It can be used to change application ownership as well as user privileges.
BatChmod can also unlock files in order to apply privileges, as well as remove ACLs added to a folder or file.
- BatChmod is simple and elegant
- BatChmod allows one to change any specific privilege or ownership without affecting the others (ie, changing the group without affecting the owner, or adding or removing a specific privilege without affecting all the others)
- BatChmod can recursively affect enclosed folders
- BatChmod is basically a mix of the Unix commands chown, chgrp and chmod
- BatChmod can Force Empty the Trash
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What's New in version 1.6.3
- Minor localisation tweaks and a warning explaining the potential effects of removing xattrs (Extended attributes).
- Localized for Japanese, Simplified Chinese, German, French and Spanish.