A Trick To Use Mac OS X Finder More Efficiently
This video shows a trick you can do with the Mac OS X Finder to help you us...
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This video shows a trick you can do with the Mac OS X Finder to help you use it more efficiently.
Hi, this is Forrest Briggs. Iím going to show you a trick in Mac OS X that will use the finer more efficiently. So, I usually use the list in tree view here, which you can see. And what Iím going to show you how to do is open and close the folders in the tre really quickly. So all you do is select it with the mouse, and then press the right and left key on your keyboard. Right to open, left to close. So just doing that, you can toggle it open and closed really quickly. You can also press control - A to select all, and then press right to open every folder at once, and left to close them. You could select all, open it, select all again, open again, and now itís open two levels deep, and select all and close it, and itís closed again. So thatís the end of this tip.