I just updated Post Haste to version 1.1. This update introduces a few new features and some bug fixes. If you are unfamiliar with Post Haste, it is a Mac OS X application to set up and automatically rename a project folder template & project files. It was originally developed for an in-house solution to keeping projects organized. You can customize the template and add any files you would like. Any file with the name
Template in it will be renamed based on information you enter in the main window, such as project number, client name, date, etc…
The primary new features are:
- Template names can now include prefixes & suffixes; ie, only the word “Template” is changed when creating the project. For example, you could use
Template_v1.aep, and it would be renamed along the lines
14237_Client_Project_v1.aep, keeping the
v1at the end.
- Folders can be renamed in template. Handy if you’ll be moving separate folders to different locations; ie,
- “Check for Updates…” added so you can be notified when new updates are available.
There are more features planned in future updates, mostly from user suggestions. If you have any feature requests, find any bugs, or have any questions, feel free to contact me.
Post Haste is completely free to use. No shareware or nagging dialogues. Though if you do find the application useful, donations are always welcome. Thanks for your support and patience while this update was developed!