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Eject disk images when Finder sidebar is not visible
Authored by: enigmamf on Jul 09, '12 08:55:17AM

Hitting cmd-e only works when you're in the top-level of the disk image, unfortunately, which is a pain.

If both the sidebar and the toolbar are hidden, cmd-opt-s doesn't work - but you can still right-click on the menubar and select "show-toolbar" to get the toolbar and sidebar.



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Eject disk images when Finder sidebar is not visible
Authored by: Helge33 on Jul 10, '12 04:27:13AM

Also works in (good old) OSX 10.6. Also only on top level directory. Thats why I never discovered and used it..
Is there really no show/hide sidebar toogle button anymore? OSX 10.7 appears to me even more crippled than I thought... another reason to stay with 10.6. as long as possible...



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