|Sep 13, 2012, 04:00 AM||#1|
Finder column view modify width of active column
Is there a way in any language written for OSX (Applescript, C++, etc.) where I can access the function (adjust column width) in the context menu, when you right click on the two lines at the bottom of the Scrollbar in Finders Column View (AXMenu->AXMenuItem)? Same happens if you double click on the two lines.
Because, what I want to do is somehow get a shortcut on this function for »super-fast- finder-workflows«
|Sep 21, 2012, 09:48 AM||#3|
I explored this extensively a couple years back, but unfortunately there was no way to do it programmatically. I tried to do it by simulating mouse events, and it works OK, but not 100%...
|Sep 22, 2012, 06:17 AM||#4|
How do you detect where to double click with the mouse?
Because basically it should expand the column where im currently
active in. That would probably be the optimal case.
|Jul 24, 2013, 07:14 AM||#7|
Alternatively, if Finder allows plugins, it may already let you know about the NSWindow.
It looks like Finder doesn't allow plugins, but other people have explored the methods that I was describing:
Some of those answers look pretty good to me.
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