Keep Scroll Bar at the Top of Folders (Possible?)

Discussion in 'macOS' started by MUBiomed, Jun 1, 2013.

  1. MUBiomed
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    MUBiomed

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    Sorry about the bad title...

    I am always aggravated when I go to open a folder that I "left" at the bottom of the scroll bar the last time I was there. Is there a way to force OS X to open folders at the top of their scroll bars whenever you come back to them regardless of the scroll bar's last position?

    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. benwiggy
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    Is this in the Finder? What View mode do you use? Is this when you open a new window for a folder you've already been to, or for an existing window?

    Pressing ` should select the first item in the folder. The Home button will scroll you up to the top, too.
     
  3. MUBiomed
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    MUBiomed

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    As a long time laptop user, I am without the home button. I usually use Fn + arrow keys to skip to the top or bottom, but hoped there was a way to pick a default where a new finder window for a folder you have been in before would always be at the top.

    Just like in preview where you can change a setting so it "forgets" where you were at in a PDF and so it always opens at the top even if you closed it on the last page. I want that...but for finder.
     

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