Does OSX Leopard have a print directory feature.

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Does Leopard have a print directory feature? For example, If I want to print a list of photos (filenames & extensions) contained with in the Photos folder. I would like export/save this info as a text file or similar.

I'm aware that I can take a screen shot, but I'm after text, rather that a jpeg, png etc...

Thanks in advance...
 
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Just select the files of interest in a Finder window, do a "copy" and then paste into some text editing document (Textedit, Word, TextWrangler, etc.)
 
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Just select the files of interest in a Finder window, do a "copy" and then paste into some text editing document (Textedit, Word, TextWrangler, etc.)

I tried this - but doesn't seem to work. It acts like a copy and paste of files rather than text.
 
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Just select the files of interest in a Finder window, do a "copy" and then paste into some text editing document (Textedit, Word, TextWrangler, etc.)

I tried this - but doesn't seem to work. It acts like a copy and paste of files rather than text.

Don't use TextEdit, unless you've set TextEdit to "Plain Text" mode.
 

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