10-02-2010, 01:07 AM #1
is there a way to change folders to show thumbnails of content?
- Member Since
- Oct 01, 2010
- imac osx10
i just bought an imac - I'm used to w7 - and want to [change something if it's even available?] see thumbnail preview of folder contents, not just gray folders...
I can see thumbnails once I've opened folder (but not all, like some movie formats...) but want a thumbnail visual at the folder level (like internet explorer)
is there a way to change the folder to show contents?
I've tried view, window, system preferences, right clicking on folders...
if it's not standard...is there a download somewhere?
if not, is there any way to at least customize the folder icons? (other than just color highlight the text below)?
all this gray is depressing...
10-02-2010, 07:17 AM #2
- Member Since
- Jun 16, 2010
- 2010 MBP 15" i7, 2.66 GHz, 4GB RAM, 250GB SSD, OS-X 10.7.2; iPhone4 iOS 5.0
Gidday cmm323. I'm very new myself so not the best to be offering you advice...
However, one modification I have running on my Mac allows a (very subtle) XRay view of the internal contents of your folders. You may find it of interest:
Open a Terminal window
defaults write com.apple.finder QLEnableXRayFolders -boolean YES
Hope that helps!
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