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One way to speed up, is to increase the speed of the folders opening up. OS X Yosemite and earlier Go to Finder > Preferences > Adjust the speed in Spring-loading delay OS X El Capitan Go System Preferences > System Preferences > Accessibility > Mouse & Trackpad See the full details here in AskDifferent


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Well I discovered webmin(http://www.webmin.com/), and the SAMBA(https://www.samba.org/) option to do exactly what I required, also a good video on this is https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RDwoDj2cW6c With a fresh install of ubuntu 16.04 during the install (via disk image) you have the option to add SAMBA in the software section, which was a bonus. Now i ...


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Please refer to another thread on AskDifferent. It’s an AppleScript / Automator solution that will prevent Finder windows from opening on login.


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Cmd + right click will do it seems. Mine is Yosemite.


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You probably ran this command at some point to show all hidden files in Finder defaults write com.apple.finder AppleShowAllFiles TRUE; killall Finder So to undo this, simply run this command defaults write com.apple.finder AppleShowAllFiles FALSE; killall Finder Note that the restart of Finder using killall is required to affect this change since the ...


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With one adjustment to the aforementioned Applescript, namely "ditto -x -k " You can modify this to be a service for Finder to unzip (extract) one or multiple .zip files to your chosen directory with one click.


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(I'm ignoring the "osx" tag, since I don't have an OSX machine to check this on. However, I believe OSX's BSD heritage will cause the information in this answer to be applicable.) As a person who like sthe command line, I would suggest trying to use the tab completion, and/or wildcards. Pressing the tab key may be able to help figure out how to finish the ...



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