Get your permissions straight with Chmod Permissions Tool.
The chmod command in Unix systems allows for the administrator to set permissions for the admin, groups, and public on what actions, read, write, execute, are possible for each user.
» Multiple input methods to calculate the numerical value, check box value, and symbolic value!
» Copy and paste the values to your favorite terminal application!
» Easy to use and understand interface!
Ratings and Reviews
NOT A TOOL
Tool implies that this thing helps affects other files folders or applications in a beneficial way. This biece of crap doesn’t do anything for you. I really hate it when people waste time with this stuff. FIne, you can build it, nothing I can do to stop you but don’t put it on the app store.
Simple gui tool
This is a simple gui tool to view the permissions sytax used in command lines or scripting. It does not apply permissions changes but is useful if you are new to the this syntax. As you tick the various boxes, it shows the corresponding symbolic and octal permission notations for owner, group, and everyone.
Amazingly no explanation is provided and there is no way to associate a folder or file with the modification of the permissions. Something is missing
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.