Every file and folder on the Mac has a unique address, known as its filepath. Do you know how to write or read a filepath? This Tip explains how it works. And for a bonus, it explains a quick way to get to a particular folder in the Finder.
Using File – Open or File – Save can mean lots of clicking around to reach the folders or files you need. But there are some shortcuts to speed things along. Here are 4 easy ways to speed up using Open and Save dialog boxes.
Make your files and folders easier to distinguish in the Finder by giving them custom icons. This Tip explains the steps.
Command click the title of a page in the Title Bar of Safari to navigate quickly back to the Home Page of a website, or to other ‘group’ pages.
Command click the name of a document in the Title Bar (in some apps) to see exactly where the file is saved and open that folder in the Finder in a flash, revealing the file.
If you can can never find the file you need, or get to it easily, an Alias may be a good solution. Here’s what an Alias is, how to make one, and how to use it.