Okay so I have a finder window open and I've browsed to a folder where I've just created a zip file of the contents in that folder. Now I want to upload that zip file to mediafire.com I click browse from the mediafire page and another finder window pops up so I can select the file to upload. This is where it gets frustrating: In Windows, I can simply copy the absolute path of the folder where the zip file was created (folder is already open in the background) and paste it into the newly opened prompt window and then choose the zip file that exist there and click open. I'm now done. In OS X, when the new Finder window pops, I have to browse manually to the zip file, and this especially gets frustrating when the folder is buried deep. Is there any reason why I can't EASILY grab the path of a finder window that's already open and paste that path somewhere else? In other words, There is NO way it seems to type a path to a folder in OS X Finder. You HAVE to freakin' click around for everything! Does Apple think we're stupid and would always prefer the point n' click? Oh and I also hate how after updating a file in an application, the file's modify date in finder doesn't get updated until I click on that Finder window.. wtf!?