Go up in folder directory

Discussion in 'MacBook' started by rolfbcn, Jul 25, 2017.

  1. rolfbcn macrumors newbie

    rolfbcn

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    #1
    hola

    I m new in the MAC world
    When I m accessing a folder using Ifind, how can I go up and see the directory and see related folders that contain the first folder? I can't find this option which is very useful..
    Thanks!

    Rolf
     
  2. tarsins macrumors 6502

    tarsins

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    #2
    If you mean Finder then turn on the path bar in View->Show Path Bar or Option-Command-P
     
  3. Koudspeel macrumors regular

    Koudspeel

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  4. Graham Perks macrumors member

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    #4
    Another option for seeing the path is to right-click on the Finder window's title. You can then click on any of the parent folders in the popup menu.

    Related: To copy the full path to the clipboard, hold down Alt while the Edit menu is open. "Copy" will change to "Copy ... as pathname".
     

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