Press kit for Nimi Places

Nimi Places 20170915 released

Build 20170915 of Nimi Places fixes shortcuts thumbnail creation and revises directories estimation.

Build 20170915 of Nimi Places fixes thumbnail creation of file-system type shortcuts not having icon specified, always falling back to generic, rather than trying to thumbnail those target. Additionally, directories (and container sub-directories) estimation has been revised.

Nimi Places 20170915

  • Revised directories estimation.
  • Revised dropping files and folders to sub-directories locking.
  • Changed container sub-directories threaded operations to use in-use counter.
  • Fixed and revised container sub-directories size and count estimation during observing.
  • Fixed container changes repaint scheduling.
  • Fixed container low-priority item processing.
  • Fixed dropping new files and folders at specified index for containers not sorted automatically.
  • Fixed file-system type shortcuts not having icon specified - fallback to generic icon without trying to thumbnail target.

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Nimi Places
Organizes desktop into containers, displaying files and folders.

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Fact sheet

General overview

Organizes desktop into customizable containers, displaying files and folders from chosen locations as icons and thumbnails, that can be shown only on specific conditions (time, location or foreground window title).

Supported audio, video and image files can be previewed using in-built multimedia front-end - with image viewer supporting custom shaped and circular selection.

Files and folders can be labeled, searched by typing, manually arranged as well as automatically sorted.

Aside from containers those can be also automatically managed using rules.

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Targeted audience consists of:

  • Students whom use a lot of application shortcuts on the desktop, frequently add new files and are interested in system customization.
  • Enterprise and education sector (e.g. journalists, scientific workers) whom work with many files from different locations.
  • Artists (e.g. photographers, graphics designers) whom need to keep their works collection organized and quickly accessible.

Can boost productivity by displaying content of selected locations on the desktop:

  • Provides quick access to frequently accessed folders.
  • Maintains organization as files and folders stay in their original locations.

Can help in files and folders management:

  • Labels can help in prioritizing given files and folders.
  • Rules allow to automatically perform chosen action on files and folders matching given condition.
  • Containers can be displayed only on chosen set of conditions - location, time or active foreground window title.

Can be used for desktop customization and entertainment:

  • Supported image, audio and video formats can be previewed using in-built multimedia front-end.
  • Supported containers appearance is personalizable.

Key features

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Internal Nimi Places project name abbreviation is NP.

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