Hi all. I just discovered what I think is a bug, but I would like to hear if anyone else can reproduce it before I report it to Apple. It seems there's a problem with opening folders with no content. If, for instance, I make a new folder and then open it, it should show op with just a white background (because the folder is empty), but it doesn't. It just stays in the previous folder. However, the title bar will change to the empty folder's name. See this screenshot: http://cl.ly/image/2c3c0d3U0b2e In addition, it might be worth mentioning that if I change to list view, I am taken to the new folder as expected. So Finder does actually change to the empty folder, but it just doesn't update to actually show the empty folder. I was able to confirm this by dropping a file in the Finder window, and it transferred to the empty folder, not to the previous folder whose content was showing. And after transferring the file there are no issues when opening the same folder. Can anyone reproduce this? I'm on 10.8.1. - Thanks!