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Avoid using a spatial Finder after opening a disk image
Authored by: tedw on Jan 22, '10 07:33:02PM

command-option-t will open (and close) the toolbar, which is marginally easier.



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Avoid using a spatial Finder after opening a disk image
Authored by: Michael.Massing on Jan 24, '10 12:30:19AM

I follow that opt-cmd-t with a cmd-2 for list view and then have two workable options (product window apps alias or sidebar apps alias) for filing the app. Still a workaround, but executed fairly quickly and painlessly from the keyboard.

Incidentally, cmd-1, 3, and 4 change the finder window in focus to icon, column, and coverflow views.

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Avoid using a spatial Finder after opening a disk image
Authored by: everkleer80 on Jan 24, '10 08:46:37PM

Thanks. I knew about and used the cmd-opt-t, I don't know why I never looked up the shortcut for the view type.



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