OS X Yosemite (design promo, Finder icon 001)

Our recent tutorial explored copying the complete path of files and folders by way of holding down the Option key to reveal the Finder’s hidden “Copy (file/folder name) as Pathname” option in the contextual menu.

But wouldn’t actually seeing the full path in the Finder window’s titlebar—versus showing just the name of the currently selected folder—be an even greater productivity boost?

With a little bit of Terminal magic, you can. In this tutorial, we’ll explain using Terminal to show or hide the full file path in the active Finder window’s titlebar on your Mac.... Read the rest of this post here


"How to show full file path in Finder window titlebars" is an article by iDownloadBlog.com.
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