how to go up in folder directory?

Discussion in 'macOS Sierra (10.12)' started by rolfbcn, Jul 25, 2017.

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  1. rolfbcn macrumors newbie

    rolfbcn

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    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. E3BK macrumors 68020

    E3BK

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    Do you mean Finder? Right click > Open enclosing folder.
    Or if you have View > Show Status Bar enabled, you can click that folder.

    Lots of Tutorials on the internet to help you learn some good quick tips on how to use your Mac. Worth a Google search.
     
  3. chrfr macrumors 603

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    In the Finder, if you have an open window and want to go up a level, type command-up arrow. I have no idea how it works in iFind.
    Also in Finder you can, as posted above, turn on the path bar to show the path, or enable a path button by customizing the toolbar.
     
  4. rolfbcn thread starter macrumors newbie

    rolfbcn

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    Thanks for your answers.. I meant the "finder" .. Now I added the "show the path" button and that's exactly what I wanted.. Thanks!!
     
  5. KALLT macrumors 601

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    You can also right-click on the window title.
     
  6. Lunder89 macrumors regular

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    Sounds like you might like column view. Open the VIEW menu and choose column view.
     

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