Show/Hide Mac Finder Sidebar/Toolbar

Creativity | 2011.04.14 03:40 | Posted by 스마트 안전보건

This is the typical look of Finder window in Mac OS X.

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You can hide the sidebar from Mac Finder windows by hitting Command+Option+S, this command keeps the window toolbar buttons intact across making it different than than clicking on the grey pill-button.

If you’re not a fan of keyboard shortcuts, you can also select this option manually through the View menu and choosing “Hide Sidebar.” This change will affect all Mac OS X windows.

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You can also show and hide toolbar of Mac Finder windows by hitting Command+Option+T.

In addition, pressing Command+1, 2, 3, or 4 makes the way to view content of disk or folder.

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Quickly check or uncheck in iTunes with Command

Creativity | 2011.04.07 22:06 | Posted by 스마트 안전보건

You can immediately check or uncheck all songs in an iTunes playlist by holding down the Command key and then clicking on the checkbox next to any song. There is no undo, and it’s universal for everything in the selected playlist, so if you have a carefully curated playlist be careful when you’re using this one.

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Why not check out some more iTunes tips?

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Rotate MacBook Screen Orientation

Creativity | 2011.03.31 07:03 | Posted by 스마트 안전보건

As people can rotate their screens in Windows with another application, people can rotate displays of Macintosh as well.

But for Macintosh, there is not any software needed to rotate the screen orientation.

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<A normal screen shot of MacBook>

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<A normal screen shot of Display pane in Preference of MacBook>

 

All you need is to press two more buttons than usual.

Here is how you can manage to rotate your MacBook display orientation.

  • Launch System Preferences (quit it if it’s already open)
  • Hold down the Command+Option keys and click on “Display”
  • Look for ‘Rotation’ on the right side of the Display window and take your pick

After the display has been rotated, the resolutions adjust from width x height to height x width.

Here’s a screenshot taken with the display on a MacBook Air set at 90° rotation.

You can see one more content, when you hold down the Command+Option and click on "Display". That is 'Rotate (회전)'.

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<A rotate screen shot of Display pane in Preference of MacBook>

 

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<A rotate screen shot of MacBook>

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