PrefEdit is an application to manage nearly all aspects of the preference system contained in every Mac OS X installation. It is directed both to software developers and to end users who like to have full access to each and every aspect of preference settings. It is capable of visualizing the complete search path and priority of user default settings, exactly imitating the view each Mac OS X application has on the preferences database.A browser and editor for the Mac OS X preferences database,
The program consists of three components which are tightly integrated with each other:
a browser and editor for Mac OS X property list files (plists),
a browser for preference manifest files.
PrefEdit was the first preferences editor ever published for Mac OS X. With its long experience and maturity, it has become one of the most advanced preference management applications for Mac OS X available today. In contrast to other applications, PrefEdit can correctly differentiate between the "live" view on the preferences dataset as it is currently seen by applications, and the persistent representation of settings in preference files.
Adds support for the Resume feature of Mac OS X Lion.
The preference domain inspector and the preference manifest setting inspector are now shown in head-up display style.
Corrected a compatibility issue with Lion where the domain overview window was additionally opened when the user opened one or more documents.
Corrected a compatibility issue when saving certain types of property list documents that contained an ampersand (&) character.
PrefEditApp (com.bresink.app.prefedit) is a Mac software application that has been discovered and submitted by users of Software.com.
Operating System: Mac
Default Install Path: /Applications/Utilities/Einstellungen/TinkerTool Reihe/PrefEditApp.app
Bundle Identifier: PrefEdit App (com.bresink.app.prefedit)
Minimum OS version: 10.6.6
Bundle Information: PrefEdit App version 2.4, Copyright (c) 2000 - 2012 by Marcel Bresink Software-Systeme
Copyright: Copyright (c) 2000 - 2012 by Marcel Bresink Software-Systeme