Ramblings of a Digital Educator

March 19, 2007

Add the Path button to Finder’s toolbar

Filed under: General Blogging — dtrask @ 11:42 am

One of my main complaints about Mac’s Finder versus Windows Explorer
is the inability to move up and down a folder tree easily. However,
Finder’s Path button lets you do just that.

The Path button isn’t included on the Finder toolbar by default, but
you can add it by Ctrl-clicking and choosing “Customize Toolbar.” Then
drag and drop the Path button – which kind of looks like a staircase –
onto the toolbar. From there, use it to see where you are in the folder
tree, and move up to enclosing folders in a click.

Original Article:
Mac Tip: Add the Path button to Finder’s toolbar – Lifehacker

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