So I have a large iPhotos library. With the new Photos application, i'm taking advantage of the iCloud Photo Library features. This means i'm uploading over 17,000 photos/videos over a 15Mb/760kbps DSL connection. So I thought it would be nice to be able to see the current progress of the upload. The follow command in terminal will get you the current images being uploaded: Thats great! I can navigate to that location and view the images in finder. But, how cool would it be to have a little app or automator script that would display a window with the current image/images being uploaded. I found this automator script but it doesn't seam to work for me in Yosemite.:http://apple.stackexchange.com/ques...-folder-and-display-new-images-in-full-screen I get the error "Can’t make «class ctnr» of item 1 into type alias." Would anyone be willing to help me with an application or script to do this? I hope this will be helpful to others. Thank you!