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OS 10.4 - Finder window path display?


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i would like all my finder windows to display the path where i am, instead of just the folder name at the top of the window.

is this possible?

id also like to be able to see the amount of space the entire folder (that im in) takes up on the drive, instead of what is at the bottom of a finder window.


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You may wish to try PathFinder, a shareware File Manager from CocoaTech. See:

http://www.cocoatech.com/

It does the first part of your wish list, showing you the complete path to your current window. It does not however show you the size of your current directory.

PathFinder is a wonderful file manager, and has MUCH else to commend it. I would encourage you to have a look.

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thanks for the link.

not really looking to spend money, especially 35$ on something that small you know.

finder does everything else i could want.


was looking more for an edittable setting, or apple script kinda deal.

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