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10.5: Go back to where you were in Cover Flow mode System 10.5
When browsing in cover flow mode, if you use the Go » Enclosing Folder command (or its Command-Up Arrow keyboard shortcut), not only will the system move up one folder, but it also goes back to the folder icon (of the folder that you are in) directly. This saves a lot of time trying to figure out where you were before, as the folder icon and its name are shown in the cover flow window.
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10.5: Go back to where you were in Cover Flow mode
Authored by: thynis on Nov 07, '07 06:08:43AM

You are my new hero!!!!!!!!!!! That is the only reason I haven't been using coverflow in the finder. I also noticed that the arrow keys do the following:

Command + Up Arrow Key= Enclosing Folder (like you said, ty again!)
Command + Down = Open the highlighted folder.
Command + Right = Shows hierarchy list. (Some one please word this better for
me.
Command + Left = Hides the hierarchy list.

Also note that when using Command + Down you can use it to open applications, documents, everything!!!!

Hope you enjoy, because this just made my morning!



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