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It's trying to show you a thumbnail view of the contents of those files (because it understands PDF, DOCX, and HTML file types). It's a little ridiculous in my opinion, because that's only useful for pictures. You'll notice too that when you hover over the icon you have left and right page navigation options as well (assuming there's more than one page). ...


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Neu does exactly that http://www.elegantchaos.com/neu/ – it adds "Create document" item to "Right click -> Services"


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Thanks to @DanielBeck for his detailed answer. Here is a very quick and dirty solution, useful to quickly check the label of some file on ssh: #!/bin/bash color_08=$'\e[44;30m' #blue color_02=$'\e[47;30m' #gray color_04=$'\e[42;30m' #green color_0E=$'\e[46;30m' #orange/cyan color_06=$'\e[45;30m' #purple color_0C=$'\e[41;30m' #red color_0A=$'\e[43;30m' ...


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MY WORKAROUND: control + F2 to focus menu bar move to 'Go' using arrow keys Press Down arrow key and Voila you have have your favourites in the menu


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Got the same issue, try to remove or upgrade NTFS driver will avoid this issue happen again. Just give it a try, hope it help.


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You can get Finder to display video file durations by hitting Command+J and checking "Show item info". Some drawbacks though: It is not available in the list mode for some reason If you don't see the duration in Get Info, Finder probably does not know how to parse it. MP4 files should work though.



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