OS X :: How To Add File Permissions Column To Finder

May 12, 2010

Have googled and MRoogled, sans success. I want to see Unix file permissions and user / group owner in the Finder ,for work reasons. How do I do this?

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: Finder Unable To Sort File Name In Column Mode

Apr 20, 2012

About 2 weeks ago suddenly Finder are unable to sort files in alphabetical order in Column mode.About the same time when my external HDD died (don't know whether this has any effect). 

Sorting by name works fine in icon only mode, but whenever I switch to Column mode its completely disorganized.And when I tried in coverflow mode its alphabetical but in inverted mode (Z to A). 

Info:
MacBook Air

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OS X :: Could Get An Extra Column On Finder

Mar 2, 2009

I have over 250 films on an external hard drive, and I was wondering whether I could get an extra column on finder so I can put what actor is in the film or what year was?

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OS X :: How To Add Column Headings To Finder Window

Feb 27, 2009

I'm running Mac OS X 10.5.6 (9G55) with Leopard. On a typical work day I'll open Finder to look for pdf files. I'll perform my search for pdf documents and, as expected, all pdf documents that exist on my Mac are listed in Finder. In the Finder dialog box there are headings at the top of the columns that include "Name", "Kind" and "Last Opened". When I single click on any one of the listed pdf documents, the path to that document's location is given at the bottom of the Finder window. Every month I save hundreds of different pdf documents in about 135 different customer file locations.

As a result, I need to be able to add a column heading that orients the results on a file location basis. On my former XP I could add many different headings, including one that simply stated "Filed In" (or something along those lines). By clicking on the heading "Filed In", all of the pdf documents would be grouped and listed by their file location. My question is: Can I add a "Filed In" heading to the search results window of Finder so that I can click on "Filed In" and group search results by the file locations?

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OS X :: (10.6) No Services Apply In Finder - Column View Only

Sep 18, 2010

The services I use that work on files and folders in Finder do not appear in the services menu when a folder is highlighted in column view. Instead I see a 'No Services Apply' message. The strange thing is that they all work flawlessly on files and folders when run from the services menu in any other view (icon, list or cover flow) or the right click menu in any view. This is frustrating because the shortcuts I assigned do not work in column view.

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OS X :: Adjusting Default Column Width In Finder Possible

Mar 27, 2007

Is it possible to adjust the default width of columns in Finder? As you can see from the attached screenshot, almost all of my file names are too long to fit in the column, and I have to continually resize the width of the column to show everything.

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OS X :: Default Column View In Finder Window?

Dec 9, 2009

When I have a Finder window open, and I press cmd-j to bring up view options, I get a "Use As Defaults" button at the bottom for all views except column! How do I use Column view as my system default for all windows?

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OS X :: Computers Appearing In Finder Shared Column

Dec 20, 2009

These have been appearing for a while in my shared column in Finder as 'PC Servers' - I'm aware they're duplicate references for my actual computers but how do I remove them?

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OS X :: Customize Width Of Column View In Finder

Jan 1, 2010

Can you change the default size of the widths of the columns when you open Finder in Column View? I'm getting tired of grabbing the drag-bars and adjusting every time just so I can read the truncated text in sub-folders.

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OS X :: Creating New Folders In Sidebar (Left Column) Of Finder?

Sep 11, 2010

Is There Any Possibility?

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MacBook Pro :: Customizing Finder - Dd A Column In The List View

Oct 30, 2010

Is there a way to add a column in the list view that shows what folder a file is in? I know it shows it at the bottom of the window, but that doesn't help me.

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Applications :: Always Open Finder Windows In Column View

Feb 13, 2005

After a few months mild use on OS X I'm starting to get used to it more and more now. I love the column view, but find it really annoying that occasionally new finder windows will open in Icon view. What exactly is the point of the finder preference "always open new windows in column view"? It sounds pretty straight forward, but finder doesn't exactly pay much attention to it. When I'm viewing in column view and I command-double click a folder, finder will open a new window in Icon view, depsite my preference. I have to reset the new window to column view and then close it, and then when I repeat the command-double click it will open in column view but it kinda defeats the point. I've read numerous posts about finder not remembering views, I don't understand also why there's only an option for column view? why isn't there "always open in list view" or "always open in icon view" option?

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OS X :: Any Way To Make Finder Column View Auto Expand?

Sep 9, 2009

Is it possible to make column view auto-expand by default?

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OS X :: Showing Small Preview In Final Column Of Finder

Mar 25, 2010

I'm running 10.6.2 on my Rev A 13" MBP and have noticed an oddity in Finder over the last couple of months (I'm not sure when it started). If I have Finder open in Column View, I used to be able to choose a jpg and it would show a small preview in the final column of Finder.

Now, it shows the word Preview with the triangle to open and close the preview, along with the file information, but no actual preview. It's the same in Get Info on the file in question. I've tried switching Icon Preview on and off in View Options, I've tried moving the Finder plist file to the desktop and restarting the machine.

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: Resizing Column Width In Finder Not Saved?

Jun 21, 2012

Resizing column width on Finder is not savedI need to make manual resizing very often, it is not convenient Is there no saving of column width ?

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OS X :: No Date Added In Downloads Finder (Column View) Window?

Dec 15, 2008

No sign, look: Yet, in stacks it's one of the 5 choice views? Am I missing something very obvious, or is this not (one of) the biggest oversights 'ever', on Apple's part?

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OS X :: Column View In Finder And Date Modified Option List

Aug 3, 2010

So I like the hierarchical structure Column View has, and I don't have to double click to open folders.
username > documents > school > biology > lectures > file
But, I also like the "Date Modified" option List View has. Can I have both?

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: Frozen (dvd-) Folder In Finder Window Navigation Column

Mar 26, 2012

but there's 3 folders 'nameless dvd' in my finder navigation column (left side of finder windows) I can not get rid off..

Info:
Mac OS X (10.7.3), logic pro 9, Final cut pro 10

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OS X Mavericks :: How To Set Default Column Widths In List View When Using A Finder Window

Jun 20, 2014

The default 'document' column is way too wide and forces you eye to track all the way across the screen to read info like "date modified', 'kind' or 'size'.  Tried several times to create a narrower default 'document name' column with no results. Couldn't find anything in preferences or view options. Tried dragging column headers while holding the down the option key with no results.   Every time I open a new finder window, all columns except the 'document' column affixed to the right side of the window. Also, when you grab the bottom right corner of a window to resize smaller, the lists become re-affixed to the right side of the window when opening the window back up.  Experiencing the same problem in Mavericks 10.9.3 on an iMac and Macbook Pro Retina.

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OS X Mavericks :: Changing Column Widths In Finder Windows And Make It Permanent?

Sep 4, 2014

I can resize columns in list view and drag them to the order that I want, but that only lasts until I close the window.  If I open that folder again in (list view is the default), the column widths and arrangement return to their original configuration. How to make changes in individual folder windows and make them permanent?

Info:
OS X Mavericks (10.9.4)

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: Change White Default Color Of Finder Windows In Column And List Views?

Jun 27, 2012

Is there (or will there ever be) any way to change the white default color of finder windows in column and list views? Or is there a 3rd party app? You can change them in icon view but that's the only view I never use. My eyes get so tired staring at white all day. If I could make all my windows dark grey I could work longer, better, happier. Would also love to make the Mail app dark.

Info:Mac Pro, Mac OS X (10.7.4)

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MacBook Pro :: Usb Drive With Fat32 File System Not Preserving File Permissions

Mar 15, 2012

When ever I copy some files or create a file in my external USB drive which is a FAT32 one. file permissions are not preserved. All files/folders has 777 are permission. Is this how it work in mac or am I missing something?

Info:
MacBookPro5,3, Mac OS X (10.6.5)

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: Default File Content Views To List, Not Column?

Mar 22, 2012

Lion keeps dafaulting to the Column view which I find useless and annoying. I cannot find any preference setting to default to the more functional List view.

Info:
Macbook Pro

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Applications :: Numbers - Sum Column Based On Value In Other Column

Mar 12, 2010

I'm sure this is easy to answer by someone with basic spreadsheet skills, which I lack... I have a column of numbers (miles) and a column of use (Personal, Medical, Business). How do I set up 3 formulas so that I get the sum of the mileage column for each of the Personal, Medical, and Business categories?

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: Keep The Size Of Column In Column View?

Jun 16, 2012

since I don't know when, the columns in Finder windows have always the same size. If I change the size, and then close the windows, when I open a new one, the column get back to their "original size" (which is too small for my personal use). 

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OS X :: Finder Won't Display Folder Size In Size Column Or Info Window?

Feb 5, 2010

Normally, the Finder window will display a folder's size in the Size column. However, I have one folder which shows as "Zero KB" in the Size column. When I open the General Info window, the Size reads as "Zero KB on disk (Zero bytes) for 0 items."

In order to get the folder size I have to go into the folder, select all folders, then with either the Summary Info or Inspector window, it'll show the folder size ("185.32 GB on disk").

Why is this occurring in only this folder? Is it because it's a large folder?

I'm running Snow Lep 10.6.2. The folder is on an external drive in FAT32 format.

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Software :: Finder Quits After Repairing Permissions?

Jun 10, 2008

I recently ran Disk Utility on my MacBook (OS 10.4.11), and it said the node structure was invalid. The next day, I repaired the disk with DiskWarrior (I didn't have an OS X disk around, so I couldn't use Disk Utility).

However! Before I tried using DiskWarrior, I repaired permissions in Disk Utility, figuring that it was good routine maintenance. Disk Utility changed some permissions, and ever since, the Finder immediately quits and restarts when I navigate to certain folders. The "bad folders" seem to vary with no apparent cause: for a while it only cared about a certain folder inside my home folder, but now it's started to quit whenever I navigate to my home folder (which means I can't use Command-N, though I can make new windows by clicking on the hard drive's desktop icon). Occasionally it lets me go to my home folder for no apparent reason, and sometimes I can get to otherwise "bad" folders by clicking on my shortcuts on the leftmost panel of the finder window (though not always). In short, it's not very consistent, and changes over time. It's still doing this even after repairing the disk, zapping PRAM, and trying fsck (which said the disk was OK). Both Disk Utility and DiskWarrior think my permissions are fine.

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Software :: Setting Execute Permissions With Finder

Mar 25, 2010

I need to set execute permissions on certain files with Finder. Is this possible or do I need to use chmod?

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Applications :: Finder Running Very Slowly - How To Repair Permissions

Mar 14, 2009

I am using an Intel based imac 2.8GHz, has 4GB memory, OS 10.5.6. It has 16GB Hard disk free.

After finder has been up for 20 seconds or so the response time between clicks gets really slow (1 or 2 minutes). The problem repeats every time Finder is restarted. When I look at the Activity monitor the Finder shows that it is taking up 840MB of RAM and most of the CPU.

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Software :: Cannot Open ITunes Or Finder - No Written Permissions

May 1, 2010

When ever I click on the itunes or finder icons, I get this error message: "The itunes Library .itl file is locked, on a locked disk, or you do not have written permission for this file". I read somewhere that for itunes it may have gotten stuck as a read only file and you can fix this by going to my documents --> music --> itunes --> properties --> unselect "read only". But when I click on "my documents" it tells me that I have to open it with "finder", and "finder" gives me the same error message as itunes.

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