Chop 1.0b Description:
Change file ownership permissions. Chop is basically a droplet that lets you manage file/folder ownership and permissions. Chop lets you recursively modify the permissions of a folder and its entire content, treating the enclosed files and folders INDEPENDENTLY. This means, for example, that with ONE simple drag & drop operation, you could set all the files (enclosed in the folder you drag & drop onto Chop) to be rw-rw-r-- (664) and all the subfolders to be rwxrwxr-x (775). In fact it is often requested to give executable privileges to folders and not to files. Chop lets you change ownership and permissions of a single file or folder (without modifying the enclosed files). This feature can also be useful as a sort of "Info panel" that shows you at a glance all the attributes (ownership and permissions flags) of the desired file or folder. Chop lets you delete all the invisible ".DS_Store" files enclosed in a particular folder, with a single drang & drop operation.
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