Hi. I am new to mac's but I recently bought a new MacBook Pro Retina 8Gb 256Gb flash, quad core i7 2.0 GHz. I am using it with Garageband 6.0.5 to record my hits and become famous. But.....I need HELLPPPPP ! I cant find anywhere on the 'net to explain how to get GB to display full file names without the "...." to shorten them. I always name the project files with the name of the song (strangely enough) and then do different versions of that song (as different projects) - each version having a meaningful extension. For example: "Best song in the universe ever - Key G" and "Best song in the universe ever - key A" and "Best song in the universe ever - unplugged". Then when I look at them in GB they all look like "Best song in the....". VERY HELPFUL ! NOT. I know you can get around this for desktop icons by changing the grid spacing or something, but that doesnt affect filenames as they appear in GB. In windows, you simply mouse over a file icon for a second and it very helpfully shows a full file name, size, date and everything you could ever want to know about that file. Aren't Mac/OSX supposed to be smarter ? that's what everyone was telling me before I switched. BTW - I tried the GB upgrade and it's crap. My midi keyboard wouldn't work for more than 2 notes, there's hardly any useful virtual instruments, lots of cringey loops for people who can't play instruments and need GB to do it for them. So I didn't even notice if it fixes the filename issue (prob not) but I won't use it again anyway. Went straight back to 6.0.5 Any ideas gratefully received and you get two free tickets to my first gig at Wembley.