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Recursively print folder contents via the Terminal
Authored by: foobar104 on Feb 13, '04 01:37:45PM

Open a window with the contents of the disc showing.

Command-control-shift 4. Sweep out the part of the screen where the listing is.

Open Preview. Choose "New from clipboard" from the File menu.

Print.



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Recursively print folder contents via the Terminal
Authored by: maddys_daddy on Feb 13, '04 04:37:38PM

This is nice, but it isn't practical if you want to list all the contents of subfolders recursively. This is just a screenshot, not a content listing. That keyboard shortcut is a nice new trick for me, though. May come in handy elsewhere.



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Recursively print folder contents via the Terminal
Authored by: ngb on Feb 13, '04 06:16:11PM

Only Command-Shift-4 is needed. The Control key is not needed. If you press Space after enabling the screen capture, the cursor turns into a camera. You can then click on a window and only that window will be captured.

I was also going to suggest using "find ." as an alternative.



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