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Access a Finder folder's contents from Safari
Authored by: ars on Jul 31, '09 09:33:59AM

Excellent hint! it used to work without the addition of .DS_Store, but stopped working with one of the latest os updates. I had played with different options to add, but had not tried this one. if you list an existing folder inside the Downloads folder than it will open the Downloads folder, but not at the top but at the location of that folder (which is what I wanted).



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Access a Finder folder's contents from Safari
Authored by: zane on Jul 31, '09 10:35:33AM

I was doing the same thing, but wasn't satisfied with having my "dummy folder" being highlighted. The .DS_Store method *just* occurred to me as an alternative. I was most pleased when it yielded the desired effect!



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