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How to show the expanded print and save dialogs in os x by default

By default, OS X shows you small, simple Print and Save dialogs. You can click the arrow on the right to expand them for more options, or you can show the expanded dialogs by default with a simple command from the Terminal.

Let’s show you what we mean. Here is the simplified version of the Save dialog, which doesn’t offer many options. It lets you pick your filename, add tags, choose a location, and finally select a format.

How to show the expanded print and save dialogs in os x by default

Clicking the arrow button next to the “Export As” field, however, will expand the dialog so that you can navigate about your Mac’s system drive, create a new folder, and show or hide the file’s extension

How to show the expanded print and save dialogs in os x by default

Similarly, here is the simple Print dialog as shown from Safari. It offers options to change the number of copies, which pages to print, and the option to print the document as a PDF, but not much else.

How to show the expanded print and save dialogs in os x by default

Here is the expanded Print dialog, which includes further paper size, orientation, and scaling options, among others.

How to show the expanded print and save dialogs in os x by default

Both the expanded versions of these dialogs have some very useful features, which some of you might want to take advantage of every time you print or save. Rather than having to always expand them, you can use a simple command line trick to make the expanded versions always appear by default (or until you change them back).

To make these changes, first open the Terminal, which can be found in Applications > Utilities.

How to show the expanded print and save dialogs in os x by default

With the Terminal open, type the following command (or just copy and paste it) to change the default view on the Print dialog and hit “Enter” when you’re done.

In the Terminal, it will look something like this.

How to show the expanded print and save dialogs in os x by default

To make this command take effect, you have to restart your computer. So if you want to affect this change to the save dialog as well, you should plug in the following command before you restart to save time. Don’t forget to hit “Enter” when you’re done.

Again, in the Terminal it will look similar to the following.

How to show the expanded print and save dialogs in os x by default

Now, go ahead and restart.

If you want to reverse this change, you want to enter each of the previous commands only use the FALSE flag at the end instead of TRUE.

For example, to revert to the old Print dialog, enter the following.

To revert to the old Save dialog, use this command.

Again, you will need to restart in order to make these changes go into effect.

No doubt, using the Terminal really gives you a lot of power you don’t normally have with the vanilla install of OS X. For example, you can add a message to your systems lock screen, and another neat trick you can employ is the ability to quit the Finder, which will let you quickly clear your desktop for added privacy. Now, you can add expanded Print and Save dialogs to your arsenal.

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Do you frequently access the detailed printing options when printing from a Mac? If so, youll really appreciate this trick to always show the expanded print dialog window and settings screen. For some quick background, typically when you go to print if you want to see expanded printing options like print paper orientation and paper size, youll need to click the Show Details button when printing a document. But with a little command line trick, you can make the expanded print dialog window the default setting in Mac OS when printing, so that you wont have to click Show Details every time you print a document to make adjustments. The expanded Print dialog window in Mac OS shows many additional print details and configuration options for printing documents, including specific page counts, the page and paper print orientation, paper size, preset settings options, , printing borders, whether to print the header and footer of a file, whether to or use color ink cartridges, and much more depending on the document in question and the app doing the printing. This is all quite useful information to adjust and toggle as needed for people who do a lot of file printing from a Mac, so this article will discuss how to make the expanded printer options showing all these details (and more) available by default with each print attempt. This will change the default print setting in Mac OS so that every time you go to print a document, the fully expanded detail print dialog shows. You shouldnt need to restart the Mac or relaunch any apps for the change to take effect, but if you have an active print dialog window open when you use the command youd need to close it and start the print process again by summoning it through the File menu or the Print command. Here is what the full expanded print dialog window looks like from TextEdit on a simple plain text file: Typically to show those additional printing options youd need to click the Show Details button at the print dialog, but with this defaults setting it becomes the default. Compare that to the default print dialog window with much fewer options and customizations for the print effort: This will impact all new printing attempts on the Mac, expanding all details of printing options available, and from all apps too, whether youre printing a document to a printer or even on the Mac, and whether its a local or network printer doesnt matter either. The command works on just about every version of macOS and Mac OS X, regardless of how the m in Mac is capitalized and whether or not their are spacing in between the characters of the version name. If you have decided you do not want to see the expanded print dialog in Mac OS by default and youd rather click the Show Details button at the Print dialog yourself, then you can reverse the command syntax: That will return MacOS to the default state of not showing the full expanded print window. This trick is similar to another defaults trick that , and if you like as many options as possible available to you when saving or printing documents youll probably want to enable both of these tricks on your Mac through the defaults command strings. Do you like the expanded print dialog window on a Mac? Do you have any printing tricks up your sleeve? Share your comments below!

Default Folder X attaches a toolbar to the right side of the Open and Save dialogs in any OS X-native application. The toolbar gives you fast access to various folders and commands. You just click on the buttons to go to your favorite and recently used folders, manage the folders and files shown in the list, and make changes to your settings. It also fixes a number of problems in Open and Save dialogs, "rebounding" to the last selected file, putting the path listing back in the top menu, and correcting bugs in scrolling column views.

Default Folder X attaches a toolbar to the right side of the Open and Save dialogs in any OS X-native application. The toolbar gives you fast access to various folders and commands. You just click on the buttons to go to your favorite and recently used folders, manage the folders and files shown in the list, and make changes to your settings. It also fixes a number of problems in Open and Save dialogs, "rebounding" to the last selected file, putting the path listing back in the top menu, and correcting bugs in scrolling column views.

Directory assistant: You can access the contents of your recent, favorite, and open folders right from Default Folder X’s toolbar.
Real time saving: If you’re constantly saving things inside the same folder, Default Folder X can remember that folder for you.
Finder management: Default Folder X lets you open up or save to any Finder window with a single click.
Instant Recall: To help you quickly return to folders you’ve recently used, Default Folder X remembers them for you.
Spotlight on the spot: Default Folder X lets you add Spotlight keywords, OpenMeta tags, and Finder labels on the spot, while you’re still in the Save dialog.
Information central: With Default Folder X you get previews below every Open dialog, expanded to fill the available space. Need to see more detail? Click on the image and it zooms up to full size.
Workflow without work: Rather than make you learn and set up a new application, Default Folder X blends into OS X.

How to show the expanded print and save dialogs in os x by default

Default Folder X attaches a toolbar to the right side of the Open and Save dialogs in any OS X-native application. The toolbar gives you fast access to various folders and commands. You just click on the buttons to go to your favorite and recently used folders, manage the folders and files shown in the list, and make changes to your settings. It also fixes a number of problems in Open and Save dialogs, “rebounding” to the last selected file, putting the path listing back in the top menu, and correcting bugs in scrolling column views.

Features
  • Directory assistant: You can access the contents of your recent, favorite, and open folders right from Default Folder X’s toolbar.
  • Real time saving: If you’re constantly saving things inside the same folder, Default Folder X can remember that folder for you.
  • Finder management: Default Folder X lets you open up or save to any Finder window with a single click.
  • Instant Recall: To help you quickly return to folders you’ve recently used, Default Folder X remembers them for you.
  • Spotlight on the spot: Default Folder X lets you add Spotlight keywords, OpenMeta tags, and Finder labels on the spot, while you’re still in the Save dialog.
  • Information central: With Default Folder X you get previews below every Open dialog, expanded to fill the available space. Need to see more detail? Click on the image and it zooms up to full size.
  • Workflow without work: Rather than make you learn and set up a new application, Default Folder X blends into OS X.

What’s New

Feature Enhancements
  • Default Folder X 5.0.2 is faster and more reliable.
  • Localized in Japanese, French, German, and Danish.
  • Default Folder X now detects that a file dialog has closed even if an application performs a long operation afterwards.
  • Rebound (reselecting the last selected file in a folder) is turned on by default in column view. If you use the keyboard to navigate in file dialogs, you may want to turn this off. To do so, hold down the Option key while selecting Preferences from the Default Folder X menu in the menubar, then turn off “Re-select the last selected file in column view”.
  • Save dialogs are no longer auto-expanded every time you use one. This is still done once, but after that, Default Folder X will leave it in whatever state you left it.
  • There’s now an “extra settings” preference dialog that allows you to fiddle with various details. Hold down the Option key while choosing Preferences to get to it.
  • When multiple items are selected in an Open dialog, Default Folder X’s preview view will show a preview of the first item rather than turning off previews.
  • Alias files are now resolved when using Option-arrow keys to traverse recent folders.
  • There’s now a dark background behind the name of a Finder window when you hover over it so that the name is more legible.
  • Changed Finder window tracking so that Default Folder X’s list of windows is updated immediately if you quit the Finder or Path Finder.
  • The user guide is now online, making the Default Folder X application take up less disk space.
  • Applications will no longer appear in the Recent Files list.
  • Folder sets are always sorted alphabetically.
Bug Fixes
  • Fixed a bug that could cause Default Folder X to hang during startup.
  • Fixed problems with Default Folder X not enhancing some file dialogs.
  • Corrected a problem with Default Folder X’s controls popping up after a file dialog closed.
  • Fixed a bug that could cause the Save button to stop working when printing to PDF files, saving files in Word or saving attachments in Mail.
  • Fixed problems with tags and comments not being added to files from Save dialogs.
  • The Finder drawer now correctly appears on All My Files and search result windows.
  • Fixed a number of crashes, including ones in the recent file and folder menus, license code entry, building the utility menu, and the drag zone.
  • Corrected a bug that caused the path menu (above the file listing in file dialogs) to be incorrect on some occasions on non-English systems.
  • When importing v4 preferences, default folders aren’t added if the application they’re associated with can’t be found.
  • If you have a file dialog open and Option-click to switch to another application, DFX no longer mistakenly thinks the dialog has closed.
  • Default Folder X’s toolbar and icons were sometimes offset by 23 pixels when running in Full Screen mode. This has been fixed.
  • Default Folder X will no longer put its windows behind the Dock if it’s at the bottom of your screen.
  • Names of items in the drag zone no longer get left on your screen when a file dialog closes.
  • Fixed Reveal in Finder in the Favorite folder preferences so it works correctly.
  • The contents of Default Folder X’s preference tabs are no longer occasionally mis-aligned.
  • User interface glitches and misalignment of items have been fixed.
  • Fixed Default Folder X’s SetSaveName AppleScript command so it works correctly.
  • DFX would sometime pop up an incorrect confirmation about importing your preferences after a software update was installed. This has been fixed.
Compatibility Fixes
  • Default Folder X now disables its keyboard shortcuts when Alfred 2 pops up its window.
  • Fixed a bug that resulted in Default Folder X’s controls not hiding when they should while dragging a window in InDesign.
  • Fixed compatibility with Final Cut Pro’s Share dialogs.
  • Default Folder X now works in TextMate 1.x.
  • DFX now works in Finder Get Info windows when retargeting aliases.
  • Fixed a conflict with MailPlane 3 that would cause it to always default to your Applications folder.
  • Fixed a conflict with Yoink.
  • Enabled Default Folder X in MKVToolNix, Spearfish III, Stingray, and Infix.
  • Regardless of your preference settings, Default Folder X will no longer default to a document’s parent folder in ProTools because it causes problems for plugins.
  • Updated to Sparkle 1.13 (even though Default Folder X wasn’t susceptible to the recently reported Sparkle security issue).

Compatibility

OS X 10.10 or later, 64-bit processor

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By default, the behaviour of macOS upon saving a file is to open a simple dialog window, with only a single drop-down menu showing possible save locations. These locations can vary based on the program settings, your most-used save location, or your last-used save location.

Although this is fine for quickly saving documents to common folders such as Documents or Downloads, it is cumbersome to use the drop-down menu when saving regularly to multiple hard drives and previously unused nested folders. Luckily, there is a way to always show a full file browser in the save dialog for more granular control.

The default save window on macOS is as in the image below:

How to show the expanded print and save dialogs in os x by default

It can be expanded manually, on a one-off basis, by clicking the arrow icon highlighted in the above screenshot. But what if you want the save window to appear expanded by default?

How do I show the full size Save dialog by default

1) Open Terminal, from /Applications/Utilities, or via Spotlight.

2) At the prompt enter the following command:

defaults write NSGlobalDomain NSNavPanelExpandedStateForSaveMode -bool true

Please note, the command is all on one line. Hit Enter to issue it.

3) Now enter the following command:

defaults write NSGlobalDomain NSNavPanelExpandedStateForSaveMode2 -bool true

Please note, the command is all on one line. Hit Enter to issue it.

4) To check that the defaults have been set correctly, enter the following two commands into Terminal:

defaults read NSGlobalDomain NSNavPanelExpandedStateForSaveMode

defaults read NSGlobalDomain NSNavPanelExpandedStateForSaveMode2

If the defaults have been set, both commands should return 1, signifying that the expanded panel setting is on.

5) Launch a program, create a new document, and hit cmd-s to save it. The expanded Save dialog should now appear instead of the traditional smaller panel. The screenshot below shows the Terminal commands, as well as both TextEdit and Microsoft Word demonstrating the expanded Save window behaviour.

How to show the expanded print and save dialogs in os x by default

Reverting your changes

If you decide to put things back the way they were, you have two options. You can completely delete the default settings which you created, or you can simply set them to false instead of true, bringing back the compact dialog. The end result should be the same. I opted for completely deleting them as that was the original state on my machine before setting them.

To delete your changes, enter the following two commands into Terminal:

defaults delete NSGlobalDomain NSNavPanelExpandedStateForSaveMode

defaults delete NSGlobalDomain NSNavPanelExpandedStateForSaveMode2

To set the defaults to false, enter the following two commands into Terminal:

defaults write NSGlobalDomain NSNavPanelExpandedStateForSaveMode2 -bool false

defaults write NSGlobalDomain NSNavPanelExpandedStateForSaveMode2 -bool false

You can check that the defaults have been reverted correctly by entering the defaults read commands into Terminal again:

defaults read NSGlobalDomain NSNavPanelExpandedStateForSaveMode

defaults read NSGlobalDomain NSNavPanelExpandedStateForSaveMode2

If you set the defaults back to false, both commands should return 0, signifying that the expanded panel setting is now off again. If you elected to completely delete the settings, these commands should report that no such setting exists, which will also bring back the compact view.

The screenshot below shows the defaults delete commands in action, and two programs demonstrating that the compact Save dialog has returned:

How to show the expanded print and save dialogs in os x by default

That about does it. This is a useful little customisation for power users, those with custom save locations, and multiple drives. It certainly won’t be for everyone, but you may find that over a long period it can save you a lot of total time, depending on your setup.

Do you have any requests for tutorials or guides? Is there a default setting you would like to have changed? Let me know in the comments section.

How to show the expanded print and save dialogs in os x by defaultDefault Folder X attaches a toolbar to the right side of the Open and Save dialogs in any OS X-native application. The toolbar gives you fast access to various folders and commands. You just click on the buttons to go to your favorite and recently used folders, manage the folders and files shown in the list, and make changes to your settings.

Default Folder X also fixes a number of problems in Open and Save dialogs, “rebounding” to the last selected file, putting the path listing back in the top menu, and correcting bugs in scrolling column views.

Features:

  • Directory assistant: You can access the contents of your recent, favorite, and open folders right from Default Folder X’s toolbar. Its hierarchical pop-up menus expand as you mouse over them, letting you navigate your folders to get to your files. To work faster, you can assign a keyboard shortcut for all of your favorite folders. If an Open and Save dialog isn’t open, then you can use Default Folder X’s menu bar, Dock icon, or keyboard shortcuts.
  • Real time saving: If you’re constantly saving things inside the same folder, Default Folder X can remember that folder for you. You can even set a different default folder for each application you use. That way, you’ll already be in the right folder when you’re working.
  • Finder management: Have you ever wanted to save a file to an open Finder window? Default Folder X lets you open up or save to any Finder window with a single click. It also lets you get info on, rename, and delete existing files, putting the Finder’s power in every Open and Save dialog.
  • Instant Recall: To help you quickly return to folders you’ve recently used, Default Folder X remembers them for you. It can even rebound to the last file you used in all your recent folders. With Default Folder X, you’ll never forget where you put something.
  • Spotlight on the spot: OS X delivers amazing search capabilities with Spotlight, but adding your own search keywords requires a trip to the Finder’s Get Info window or to an application like Tags, Fresh, or Tag Folders. No more! Default Folder X lets you add Spotlight keywords, OpenMeta tags, and Finder labels on the spot, while you’re still in the Save dialog. It even remembers keywords you’ve used before and automatically completes them as you type.
  • Information central: Leopard delivers amazing previews with QuickLook, but in Open dialogs they’re small and you can only see them in column view. With Default Folder X you get previews below every Open dialog, expanded to fill the available space. Need to see more detail? Click on the image and it zooms up to full size. And if you’d rather have words instead of pictures, Default Folder X delivers those details too. The file’s size, the date you created and modified it, the Finder label, Spotlight comments, OpenMeta tags, access permissions – they’re all there too.
  • Workflow without work: Rather than make you learn and set up a new application, Default Folder X blends into OS X. Its pop-up menus and Finder integration will start saving you time immediately, and it will put your pre-existing Favorite folders in its toolbar right away. When you do decide to start customizing it, Default Folder X lets you set default folders and assign shortcuts right from its toolbar. Finally, effortless workflow.

What’s New

  • Default Folder X is compatible with the developer release of OS X 10.9 Mavericks.
  • Favorites and settings are now stored in separate preference files for better efficiency when your recent folder history gets very large.
  • Fixed a situation in which Default Folder X’s controls wouldn’t appear in sandboxed applications while running in full screen mode. This affected Mail, Preview, TextEdit, and IA Writer, as well as other sandboxed applications.
  • Option-Tab will now correctly move in and out of the tagging window on OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion.
  • Corrected keyboard traversal and focus problems in the Spotlight comment and tagging controls.
  • The option to put Default Folder X’s icon in the Dock has been removed because it’s incompatible with full-screen mode in OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion.

Compatibility

Intel/PPC, OS X 10.5 or later

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Default Folder X attaches a toolbar to the right side of the Open and Save dialogs in any OS X-native application. The toolbar gives you fast access to various folders and commands. You just click on the buttons to go to your favorite and recently used folders, manage the folders and files shown in the list, and make changes to your settings. It also fixes a number of problems in Open and Save dialogs, “rebounding” to the last selected file, putting the path listing back in the top menu, and correcting bugs in scrolling column views.

Features
  • Directory assistant: You can access the contents of your recent, favorite, and open folders right from Default Folder X’s toolbar.
  • Real time saving: If you’re constantly saving things inside the same folder, Default Folder X can remember that folder for you.
  • Finder management: Default Folder X lets you open up or save to any Finder window with a single click.
  • Instant Recall: To help you quickly return to folders you’ve recently used, Default Folder X remembers them for you.
  • Spotlight on the spot: Default Folder X lets you add Spotlight keywords, OpenMeta tags, and Finder labels on the spot, while you’re still in the Save dialog.
  • Information central: With Default Folder X you get previews below every Open dialog, expanded to fill the available space. Need to see more detail? Click on the image and it zooms up to full size.
  • Workflow without work: Rather than make you learn and set up a new application, Default Folder X blends into OS X.

What’s New

Feature enhancements:
  • Default Folder X’s folder switching within file dialogs is faster and more reliable.
  • ForkLift 3 is now supported by Default Folder X’s Finder-click feature. If you want to access all tabs and panes shown in a ForkLift window, Control-click on the gray overlay window displayed by Default Folder X. Default Folder X will work with ForkLift version 3.2.2 or higher.
  • The Recent Files menu will show all recent documents in applications that don’t have a native document type (like Trello).
  • Default Folder X is now compatible with Magnet and BetterTouchTool.
  • You can double-click items in the Finder drawer to open them.
  • Additional AppleScript verbs give you access to recent Finder windows in scripts.
  • There is now a keyboard shortcut to take you to the folder containing the current application. Set a shortcut in Preferences > Shortcuts.
  • You can set a delay before the preview pops up for items in the Finder drawer. Hold down the Option key while selecting the Preferences menu to get to it.
  • The purchase process has been streamlined when you buy an upgrade using the “Buy” button within Default Folder X.
Bug fixes:
  • Fixed user interface glitches in the Folders tab of the Default Folder X preferences window.
  • Corrected a bug that could prevent the Save button from working in Save As dialogs under certain conditions.
  • Fixed a bug in the tracking of recent folders when you open a file directly from Default Folder X’s Recent Files menu.
  • Previews correctly pop up from the Recent Files menu when it is invoked using AppleScript.
  • Fixed a bug that made the path menu overlap the search field in the Finder’s “Fix alias” file dialog.
  • Corrected a problem with the file dialog layout in Microsoft Excel 2011’s save dialogs when running on High Sierra.
  • Eliminated a number of crashes and made Default Folder X more tolerant of transient errors in macOS.
  • Resolved a compatibility issue with Xcode 9.

Compatibility

OS X 10.10 or later, 64-bit processor

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ตามค่าเริ่มต้น OS X จะแสดงกล่องโต้ตอบพิมพ์และบันทึกขนาดเล็กที่เรียบง่าย คุณสามารถคลิกที่ลูกศรด้านขวาเพื่อขยายตัวเลือกเพิ่มเติมหรือคุณสามารถแสดงกล่องโต้ตอบที่ขยายโดยค่าเริ่มต้นด้วยคำสั่งง่ายๆจาก Terminal.

เรามาแสดงให้คุณเห็นว่าเราหมายถึงอะไร นี่คือเวอร์ชันที่เรียบง่ายของกล่องโต้ตอบบันทึกซึ่งไม่มีตัวเลือกมากมาย มันช่วยให้คุณสามารถเลือกชื่อไฟล์ของคุณเพิ่มแท็กเลือกสถานที่และสุดท้ายเลือกรูปแบบ.

How to show the expanded print and save dialogs in os x by default

อย่างไรก็ตามการคลิกปุ่มลูกศรถัดจากฟิลด์“ ส่งออกเป็น” จะขยายกล่องโต้ตอบเพื่อให้คุณสามารถนำทางเกี่ยวกับไดรฟ์ระบบของ Mac สร้างโฟลเดอร์ใหม่และแสดงหรือซ่อนนามสกุลไฟล์

How to show the expanded print and save dialogs in os x by default

ในทำนองเดียวกันนี่คือกล่องโต้ตอบพิมพ์อย่างง่ายตามที่แสดงจาก Safari มีตัวเลือกในการเปลี่ยนจำนวนสำเนาหน้าพิมพ์และตัวเลือกในการพิมพ์เอกสารเป็น PDF แต่ไม่มาก.

How to show the expanded print and save dialogs in os x by default

How to show the expanded print and save dialogs in os x by default

กล่องโต้ตอบทั้งสองรุ่นนี้มีคุณสมบัติที่มีประโยชน์มากซึ่งบางท่านอาจต้องการใช้ประโยชน์จากทุกครั้งที่คุณพิมพ์หรือบันทึก แทนที่จะต้องขยายพวกเขาเสมอคุณสามารถใช้เคล็ดลับบรรทัดคำสั่งง่ายๆเพื่อทำให้รุ่นที่ขยายปรากฏเสมอโดยค่าเริ่มต้น (หรือจนกว่าคุณจะเปลี่ยนกลับ).

หากต้องการทำการเปลี่ยนแปลงเหล่านี้ก่อนอื่นให้เปิด Terminal ซึ่งสามารถพบได้ใน Applications> Utilities.

How to show the expanded print and save dialogs in os x by default

เมื่อเปิดเทอร์มินัลให้พิมพ์คำสั่งต่อไปนี้ (หรือเพียงแค่คัดลอกและวาง) เพื่อเปลี่ยนมุมมองเริ่มต้นบนกล่องโต้ตอบการพิมพ์และกด“ Enter” เมื่อคุณทำเสร็จแล้ว.

ใน Terminal มันจะออกมาเป็นแบบนี้.

เพื่อให้คำสั่งนี้มีผลคุณจะต้องรีสตาร์ทคอมพิวเตอร์ ดังนั้นหากคุณต้องการให้การเปลี่ยนแปลงนี้มีผลต่อไดอะล็อกการบันทึกเช่นกันคุณควรเสียบคำสั่งต่อไปนี้ก่อนที่คุณจะรีสตาร์ทเพื่อประหยัดเวลา อย่าลืมกด“ Enter” เมื่อเสร็จแล้ว.

อีกครั้งใน Terminal มันจะมีลักษณะคล้ายกับต่อไปนี้.

หากคุณต้องการย้อนกลับการเปลี่ยนแปลงนี้คุณต้องการป้อนคำสั่งก่อนหน้านี้แต่ละคำสั่งเท่านั้นที่ใช้ FALSE ติดธงทำเครื่องหมายแทน TRUE.

ไม่ต้องสงสัยเลยว่าการใช้เทอร์มินัลให้พลังงานมากมายกับการติดตั้งวานิลลาของ OS X ตัวอย่างเช่นคุณสามารถเพิ่มข้อความไปยังหน้าจอล็อคระบบของคุณและเคล็ดลับอื่น ๆ ความสามารถในการออกจาก Finder ซึ่งจะช่วยให้คุณสามารถล้างเดสก์ทอปของคุณเพื่อเพิ่มความเป็นส่วนตัวได้อย่างรวดเร็ว ตอนนี้คุณสามารถเพิ่มกล่องโต้ตอบการพิมพ์และบันทึกที่ขยายไปยังคลังแสงของคุณ.

Motorola cps programming software questionnaire. If you have Default Folder (I still use it!), they have a great feature of people able to switch the Open/Save dialog to any of the windows/folders open in Finder (you just mouse outside the dialog box and hover over a Finder window). This is such a time-saver that it’s the reason I keep using Default Folder. Default Folder X v.4.3.8 Default Folder X 4.3.8 is considered to be a helpful and functional utility which can save your files effortlessly and open your folders instantly. Default Folder X makes Mac OS X’s Open and Save dialogs work as quickly as you do. Custom keyboard.

alt=”Default” />Default Folder X attaches a toolbar to the right side of the Open and Save dialogs in any OS X-native application. The toolbar gives you fast access to various folders and commands. You just click on the buttons to go to your favorite and recently used folders, manage the folders and files shown in the list, and make changes to your settings.
problems in Open and Save dialogs, ‘rebounding’ to the last selected file, putting the path listing back in the top menu, and correcting bugs in scrolling column view
Features
– Directory assistant: You can access the contents of your recent, favorite, and open folders right from Default Folder X’s toolbar.
– Real time saving: If you’re constantly saving things inside the same folder, Default Folder X can remember that folder for you.
– Finder management: Default Folder X lets you open up or save to any Finder window with a single click.
Instant Recall: To help you quickly return to folders you’ve recently used, Default Folder X remembers them for you.
– Spotlight on the spot: Default Folder X lets you add Spotlight keywords, OpenMeta tags, and Finder labels on the spot, while you’re still in the Save dialog.
– Information central: With Default Folder X you get previews below every Open dialog, expanded to fill the available space.
– Workflow without work: Rather than make you learn and set up a new application, Default Folder X blends into OS X.
Compatibility: OS X 10.10 or later 64-bit

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Default Folder X 5.5.2 macOS

Default Folder X attaches a toolbar to the right side of the Open and Save dialogs in any OS X-native application. The toolbar gives you fast access to various folders and commands. You just click on the buttons to go to your favorite and recently used folders, manage the folders and files shown in the list, and make changes to your settings. It also fixes a number of problems in Open and Save dialogs, ‘rebounding’ to the last selected file, putting the path listing back in the top menu, and correcting bugs in scrolling column views.