01-14-2007, 12:34 PM #1
Problem with the windows (how to title this? sorry!)
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- Jan 09, 2007
I have a folder open, and I'm looking at the contents. I then want to open a program so I can drop some of these files into it. So I go to to bar on the top of the screen where it says "go" and I go to applications. I expect it to open a window with the applications folder in it. But it does not do that. It open the application folder in the window I am already using! Is that just the mac way?? How would I get it to open that folder but leave my one alone!!
JustinUsing brand new macbook
01-14-2007, 01:42 PM #2
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- Nov 14, 2006
- iMac 20", 2GB ram, 500GB hd, 256MB Radeon x1600
Select either File -> New Finder Window or hit Apple Key+N while Finder is active.
That's how I've learned to do it.
EDIT: just found "Always open folders in a new window" option from the Finder preferences (General tab).
Check that and you're all set.Syntax Error.
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