Nifty Box is your personal library: Keep web bookmarks, classify pictures, and annotate documents. Organize your files with tags and let Nifty Box show you related information. Browse your library and find without searching.
Nifty Box offers the visualization of tag clouds in a hierarchical tree view. You can easily group related tags into folders very similar to the familiar handling of playlists and folders in iTunes. Nifty Box can show these tags either as traditional lists or as tag clouds.
Nifty Box is tightly integrated with the Mac system by exporting tags and notes to Spotlight. This way Spotlight can read your tags and smart folders get even smarter. Now you can add descriptive keywords to your web bookmarks, photos, PDFs, or any other file type just by drag & drop. Spotlight will find the items based on your custom metadata.
What is new in this release:
Introduces an enhanced mechanism to semi-automatically relocate lost file links. Usually Nifty Box will have no problems accessing files using Apple's alias technology, but this is true only if the files stay on the same hard-drive. If you move them to another hard-drive Nifty Box might need some help to correctly find the files at their new location. With version 1.3 a new assistant as well as a new library view ("Lost Links") have been included. You will find more information about this in Nifty Box's help documentation.
Mac OS X 10.4.3 or later