Finder in Lion doesn't show how much HD space you have left?

applefan289

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Snow Leopard's Finder showed how much HD space you had left at the bottom.

In Lion's finder, there is no area for that. Any way to bring that back?

Also, any way to disable auto-save?

Also, in Snow Leopard (I believe it only happened in 10.6.8), when the computer was in display sleep, all I had to do was move the mouse (not even click), and it would wake. Now, in Lion, I either have to press a key or click the mouse. Any way to bring that back?

I'm loving Lion, but there's some features like Auto-save that I'm having trouble getting used to.
 

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Snow Leopard's Finder showed how much HD space you had left at the bottom.

In Lion's finder, there is no area for that. Any way to bring that back?
Open a Finder window, go to "View" in the menu bar and select "show status bar"
 
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chemistry76

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Also, in Snow Leopard (I believe it only happened in 10.6.8), when the computer was in display sleep, all I had to do was move the mouse (not even click), and it would wake. Now, in Lion, I either have to press a key or click the mouse. Any way to bring that back?
Same here - in SL I could lightly brush the touchpad and my iMac would wake; now I have to click or press a key. Anyone know a fix?
 
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