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Is there a way to do this in OS X?
Posted by: Drew
Date: February 27, 2006 11:59PM
If I click on the name of a file that is opened and hold down the Command key, I can see the folder and location tree for that certain file. If I choose a folder from that tree, then I am taken to that folder in the Finder. However, I would like to see the other contents of that Folder when navigating in that manner and then directly open another file in the same folder. (Does that make sense?)

Is there a key combination or 3rd party add-on that will do that? Thanks.
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Re: Is there a way to do this in OS X?
Posted by: SteveJobs
Date: February 28, 2006 07:06AM
hover cursor over name a top of Mac window, then hit COMMAND (cloverleaf) and click on the name. It will drop (open) the file structure of the location of the file.

is that close for you?



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Re: Is there a way to do this in OS X?
Posted by: Paul F.
Date: February 28, 2006 09:28AM
Yo... Steve...
You really read Drews post too quick...
HE ALREADY SAID THAT... and that's not what he's a lookin' for.

Wish I had the answer for you, Drew... but I don't think OS X can do that. Or if it can, I'm unaware of it. (there's a lot of things that OS X can do that I'm unaware of..)





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Re: Is there a way to do this in OS X?
Posted by: Drew
Date: February 28, 2006 06:19PM
Thanks for the replies, even if Steve didn't quite get it. Maybe I'll send it to Apple as a feature request. I just need to figure out how to word it!
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