Option+ Shift+ Command+ Delete Empty the Trash without confirmation dialog. If your computer doesn't have a numeric keypad, use the Fn function key. Chrome, for example, delineates between Close Window Command-W and Close Tab Command-Shift-W. The pointer changes while you drag the item. But if I try deleting a file that is not within a iCloud synced folder, then I don't get the popup and when I delete a file, the file gets sent to the trash folder. The status bar sits below the path bar and shows you how many files you have selected out of how many total files in the current folder you are viewing. Shift+ Command+ N Create a new folder.
This works only when in list view. So, how does this feature work? Quickly switch between Mac applications The application switcher is just a keystroke away. To use it, right click on the View menu and select Use Stacks. Option+ Volume Up Open Sound preferences. In related news, you can hit Command-Shift-Delete to empty the trash. The inclusion of Option key does the trick. Option+ Command+ S Hide or show the Sidebar in Finder windows.
Get Info Hit Command-I to open the Get Info panel for a selected file where you can view the kind of file, its size, when it was created and last modified, among other attributes. Shift+ Command+ G Open a Go to Folder window. In Windows, hitting Return when anything is selected will try to do the default Widnows Explorer action, like Open the file in it's default application. Command+ R Show the original file for the selected alias. If I've just selected the file, I can't see any reason why it shouldn't trash the file. If you just need to declutter your view, Command-Option-H will hide all the other apps in the background, letting you focus on the one in front. This is kind of an expensive penalty for accidentally hitting Enter on the keyboard so you just kind of stay away from it unless you are absolutely sure you want to take the default action on whatever you have selected.
Click on it and then select Hide Desktop Icons. Command+ click a window title See the folders that contain the current folder. Note: if you ever want to remove the HiddenMe icon from the menu bar, click on it and select Quit. In Chrome, Command-Shift-T will open the most recently closed tab for you. It always ends in the file beeing deleted.
Alternately, you can drag the unwanted icons to Trash to remove them. This works only when in list view. Unlike Windows, which required a trip to the Registry Editor, you can remove Creative Cloud Files by simply right-clicking or Control-clicking on its entry and selecting Remove from Sidebar. Shift+ Command+ I Open iCloud Drive. I've noticed the exact same problem. Other bars Finder has two other information bars in addition to the sidebar: Use Command-Option-P to show or hide the path bar. Command+ 4 View the items in a Finder window with Cover Flow.
What this will do is automatically get rid of the file from its original location while copying it to the new location. Keep hitting this shortcut to open multiple tabs or continue opening tabs in reverse chronological order in Chrome. Sign up for the TekRevue Weekly Digest using the box below. Want news and tips from TekRevue delivered directly to your inbox? Command+ Brightness Down Turn display mirroring on or off when your Mac is connected to more than one display. Command+ Y Use Quick Look to preview the selected files.
Command+ 2 View the items in a Finder window as a list. Command key while dragging Move the dragged item to another volume or location. Option+ double-click Open a folder in a separate window and close the current window. Shift+ Command+ O Open the Documents folder. And I think you probably already know about it. Command+ L Make an alias of the selected item.
And if I forget to clean them up in time, they pile up to clutter the entire screen. This works even when you're not in the Finder. Drag the folder icon from your desktop to the location in File Explorer where you want to move it. Hit Command-Option-N to create a new smart folder. Neither step removes the actual Creative Cloud Files folder from your Mac, it merely removes it from the Finder sidebar.