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So I'm a new mac user and I was wondering if there was a shortcut to move on and edit the name of the next file? In windows I used to be able to edit one files name, click tab, then edit the next files name without having to slowly double click. Is there anything like that for mac?
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You can simply push the down (or up) arrow and press enter on the selected file.

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You can simply push the down (or up) arrow and press enter on the selected file.
Wow I had no clue haha thank you!
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