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Hi Guys,

I have recently bought a new MBP 13", and I set my folder view options within a new finder window.

However, when I view the contents of a different folder, the preferences go back to default.

Is there a way of changing this one, so that all the folders, icons etc follow the same theme and are all the same size, text size etc?

Also, in finder I can only have 3 folders on each row, can I increase this to say 4 or 5?

Thanks in advance,

Craig.
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From the Finder, open the 'Show View Options' menu selection (or hit Command+J). At the bottom you will see a button named 'Use as Defaults'. Set your selections again and click this button. This will make your options 'stick' for all Finder windows.
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Just to mention another aspect, what that won't do is standardize the size or position of finder windows. That might be an OS9 thing, for all I know. I skipped X to 10.4 and went straight to Leopard.
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