Never thought I'd be here, but I'm happy to find a good community. I'd been a Windows guy for life, but a dead desktop has got me enjoying a new (to me) MacBook Pro. I lurked and researched my way to a few must-have apps (HyperDock, BetterSnapTool, Xee, MPlayerX) but I'm still lacking one key functionality in Finder and can't find a Finder substitute that says whether or not it addresses this: When I start typing the name of a file or image I want to save, nothing pops up to show similarly named files. Windows handles this with a drop-down box that shows all files matching what you've typed in the entry field. Say I go to save an image and I start typing in the field "Chevy Project-" The drop-down will show me "Chevy Project-1" all the way through to "Chevy Project-34," so one glance tells me I need to title this one "Chevy Project-35" Finder doesn't. Only after I try to save does it say this name is taken, and then I've got to scroll down and find it where it leaves off. Small chunks of time that really add up when you've got 6,000 mostly alphanumeic file names. Is there a Finder replacement or supplement that adds this functionality? Much appreciate any suggestions.