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In Windows, when you start explorer, there will be a tree view on left side. After selecting a specific folder / drive when you press *, it will expand all to depth.

I want to do the same in Xcode - after selecting a particular group in Xcode Project, I want to fully expand it.

Is this possible?

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up vote 17 down vote accepted

The Mac OS X equivalent for expanding a complete tree view is:

Option-Right Arrow

Condensing it all is:

Option-Left Arrow

Using Left and Right arrow on their own will only do it for the selected directory and not any child directories.

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Apart from the answer by Chealion, you can also option-klik to fully expand or contract subtrees. The same as in the Mac Finder, basically.

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