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    John F's Avatar
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    Network Folder Names
    When I open a folder on a computer on my home network, the name of the folder appears at the top of the window but without the name of the computer on which it is located. This means that if I have several windows open on different computers, "Documents" or "Applications" could be on any of them. Is there an easy way to keep track of which is which? For a future version of Mac OS, the folder name by default followed by the name of the computer on which it is located would be a huge help.

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    Use the "Show Path Bar" as a Finder View menu option.

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    Thanks. An option to have the path bar at the top of the window would sure make it a lot easier to use.

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