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10.4: Show path to the Finder's Toolbar items
Authored by: riccard0 on Jun 25, '05 03:40:16AM

Don't seems to work for me...



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10.4: Show path to the Finder's Toolbar items
Authored by: hartkeks on Jun 25, '05 05:35:52AM

Maybe there's a misunderstanding. The toolbar items MosanKhan refers to are files/folders that you add using "customise toolbar". Open that sheet for a Finder window, then add an item from the desktop or another Finder window by dragging it to the toolbar of the window you customise. Drop it somewhere between the gear menu button and the search field. When you hover the mouse over such item, you do get the path. The initial display starts from the volume the items resides on, down the hierarchy. Alternatively, when you hold down the command key, you get the unix path starting at the root level of the system.



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10.4: Show path to the Finder's Toolbar items
Authored by: JimAkin on Jun 25, '05 07:12:53AM

In Tiger, and I think in Panther as well, it's not necessary to open "Customize Toolbar" to add files or folders to a Finder window toolbar. Just drag and drop items onto the toolbar.



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Jim



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10.4: Show path to the Finder's Toolbar items
Authored by: RobertBen on Jun 25, '05 11:16:52AM

In Tiger I can ad and remove without opening the Customize Toolbar option, but to get it in I need to Option-drag to ad and to remove I need to Command-drag.

And personally I prefer the sidebar anyway...



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