mad jew said:Am I the only one who prefers it as is? It's much simpler without a bar telling me how to get to where I already am.
I knew about your first suggestion.. but not the second!Mitthrawnuruodo said:You can:
a) cmd-click the folder icon on top of the Finder window
b) right/ctrl-click in the toolbar (or use View-menu) to choose "Customize Toolbar...", and add the Path-icon.
Not quite the same, but if you use cmd-shift-G you get the Goto menu which is quite handy.It would be really nice if the Finder had an address bar with the current path in it, that you can edit to quickly change from one directory to another.
Try cmd-downarrow when the file(s) are selected in Finder.Actually, this is especially in the file open browser. It drives me nuts that there is no way to enter a path or filename to open, and the ONLY way to open a file is to use the mouse! Gads, every time I have to reach for the mouse, it just slows me down ....
Exactly. I find this to be identical to what is in Windows.
There is always Quicksilver. Hit "." type your path and select open.I also wish for an address bar like windows. The path bar, and different views are ok.. but not the same.
I found this in my searches... It is nice, but I just wish you could edit/type in the path manually..
Windows must have liked it, too, because Vista has the same arrangement!Just found in Leopard a menu option
View -> Show Path Bar