Leopard and Finder view options

Discussion in 'macOS' started by kolax, Oct 29, 2007.

  1. kolax macrumors G3

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    #1
    Is there a way to make the default Finder window for opening any new folders etc a specific size and have the side bar remain a specific width?

    I hate having to resize stuff - I'd rather every new folder I opened had the same size etc as the rest.
     
  2. invasian macrumors regular

    invasian

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    #2
    I agree...there has to be an option where when you open up finder, the window is a specific size. This aggravates me to no end.
     
  3. DanB91 macrumors 6502

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    #3
    hit the zoom button, resize to where u want it, voila
     
  4. invasian macrumors regular

    invasian

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    #4
    yea, but then after closing finder, the next time i open it up, it's a different size...sucks
     
  5. 23am macrumors regular

    23am

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    #5
    If you open a window from the desktop, dock or side bar in Finder, you just have to resize/change view/anything else, close the window and it should be opened as you closed it.

    Example: Close all Finder windows, click the icon in dock, resize the window, close it and click the icon again. :D It works here right now.
     
  6. invasian macrumors regular

    invasian

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    #6
    ok...works for a bit, but after restarting OS, same old problem...sucks
     

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