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First, none of this is idiosyncratic to Mac OS X 10.10 (Yosemite). The functionality of command ⌘+W and command ⌘+H is standard Mac OS X behavior that I am fairly certain dates back to Mac OS 9 (Classic) and earlier. Here is Apple’s official page that explains the functionality connected to all of the keyboard shortcuts in Mac OS X, but what follows is an ...
You ought to be able to use "Document Container" as a search criterion, then save the whole thing as a Smart Folder… … unfortunately, it doesn't work :-( Any search using Document Container returns no results [some people have reported it will work if the container is your iCloud Drive, but I can't even get that to work] - apparently someone forgot to hook ...
A few steps: Open the folder in the Finder. In the search box, type XML, and you'll notice in the popup menu in the "Kinds" section there is an "XML" option. Choose it. Make sure that you choose the folder in the search location options. It's defaulted to "This mac" (can be changed in the "Advanced" tab in the Finder's preferences).
In Yosemite 10.10.2, this is what I did to fix it: open a new Terminal window and run this command defaults write com.apple.finder AppleShowAllFiles TRUE Then restart Finder with killall Finder Open a new Finder window with right click Finder icon -> New Finder window (because the bug prevents the normal left click action), press Shift + Cmd + G (Go ...
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