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Let's say that I'm viewing files as icons in Finder. I want to be able to QuickLook through all the files in a directory, but using the left and right arrows in QuickLook will only let me navigate a "row" of files. I could switch to list view and then use the up and down arrows; but is there another approach I could use within icon view?

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As simple as that: Use (Tab)!

To go backwards, use (Shift-Tab).

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Excellent, thanks! Amazing, the Mac secrets that remain unbeknownst to me... – Trevor Burnham Jul 8 '11 at 18:55

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