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Jump through files alphabetically regardless of sort order
Authored by: Marius_Th on May 07, '08 11:11:37AM

Though in Leopard, spacebar has been reallocated to operate the quick preview window known as Quicklook.



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Jump through files alphabetically regardless of sort order
Authored by: chleuasme on May 07, '08 05:21:48PM
alt + space should work in Leopard 10.5, then ;-)
And, it's not exactly the same functionnality here: as already covered/known, hitting the first(s) letter(s) of a filename highlights the file in the Finder considering its first letter's filename ; if no file is found, the nearest letter is used: so, here, as [space] is down ranked, it highlights the first one.
And then, [shift-]Tab can be used to cycle trough de directory's files.

Anyway, should anyone submit a hint to the "double-clic to open a file/folder in the Finder", too?

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