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Change the view and view options. Depending on your window's view, you can modify how it displays its contents. To change a Finder window's view, click the appropriate button in the toolbar, or choose as Icons, as List, as Columns, or as Cover Flow from the View menu. (For more information on Finder window views, see The Finder.). Dec 31, 2014  Change the view and view options. Depending on your window's view, you can modify how it displays its contents. To change a Finder window's view, click the appropriate button in the toolbar, or choose as Icons, as List, as Columns, or as Cover Flow from the View menu. (For more information on Finder window views, see The Finder.). Jan 26, 2020  Setting the Mac Finder view default is a simple task: Open a Finder window, select the view you want, and then set it as the default for your system. Once you've done that, all Finder windows will open using the default view you set, unless a specific folder has a different preset view. Changing the view, arrangement, and sort options. Lion allows you to change the way folder contents are displayed by changing the view, arrangement, and sort options. This makes it easier to find the specific file you're looking for. View options. Finder has four different view options to choose from.

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You can view your Mac folders as icons, columns, or even as album covers. You can change the view of your Mac folders by simply clicking the appropriate View button in the toolbar at the top of the Finder window. The View Options window changes depending on which view you have chosen.

Icon View

The figure shows the home folder window through what’s known as the icon view because the windows are populated by pretty little pictures. You know the Music subfolder by its icon of a musical note. And you know the Movies subfolder by the small picture of a strip of film or (in pre-Leopard versions of OS X) a movie clapper.

If you’re having trouble viewing the View buttons, click the oval button to the upper-right corner of the window to zoom in.

You can change the size of the icons by choosing View→Show View Icons and moving the Icon size slider from left to right. Drag the Grid spacing slider to change the distance between icons.

By choosing View→View Options, you can alter the position of an icon label by clicking the Bottom or Right radio button. You can change the color of the window background or use one of your own images as the background. You can also arrange the order of icons by the date they were modified, the date they were created, size, kind, or label. Or choose Snap to Grid to make icons obediently align themselves in rows and columns.

Column view

To see your Mac folders by column, choose View→As Columns. The check mark moves, altering your perspective. Several vertical panes appear inside one large window. These smaller windows within windows show a progression. At the far left is a pane called the sidebar, a regular hangout for your network, hard disk, home folder, applications, documents, movies and more. The sidebar appears in the same place in every Finder window.

If you have a folder highlighted in the sidebar, the pane to its immediate right displays its contents. Highlight an item in that pane, and the folder to its immediate right reveals its contents. Each time you highlight an entry in a particular pane, a new pane appears to its right.

You can resize a column pane by dragging the handle at the bottom of the pane. To resize all the columns simultaneously, press the Option key while dragging. You can expand the entire window by dragging its handle at the bottom right.

Cover Flow view

Cover Flow, the three-dimensional album art feature that Apple introduced awhile back in iTunes, helps you organize your files on your Mac. To access Cover Flow, click the Cover Flow icon in the Finder toolbar or choose View→As Cover Flow. By dragging the slider, you can flip through high-resolution previews of documents, images, Adobe PDF files, and more, just as you can flip through those album covers in iTunes.

Thanks to Cover Flow, you can skip past the first page in multipage PDF documents or slides in a presentation created with Apple’s own Keynote program. To do so, move the mouse over the Cover Flow image and click the arrows that appear.


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10.4: Change all Finder folders to identical views

Brilliant. I've been waiting for something to do this for a long time. (I know, I could have used Applescript or something..but this is sooooo nice.)
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10.4: Change all Finder folders to identical views

Brilliant indeed. It'd be perfect if the workflow could be extended to also setting the windows' position and 'zoom status' (whatever it's called, can't remember right now - the window status set by the + button). Couldn't find these anywhere, probably Automator doesn't support them yet (hopefully).

10.4: Change all Finder folders to identical views

Great hint! Now if someone could figure out a way to set file and folder permissions in a similar way..

In Terminal.app it would be very easy to set permissions on a lot of items. I've done it frequently, as I'm sure a lot of other unix guys have. For instance, find ~/Sites/ -type d -exec chmod a+rwx '{}' ; will give all of the folders in your personal web page the ability to be listed through a web browser. Similarly find ~/Public/ -type f exec chmod 644 '{}' ; will make all the files in your Public folder read-only to other users, but read-write to the file owner. sudo chown -R user:group ~/Public/ can be used to change ownership of all files in your Public folder, and of course any other folder can be substituted.
Or it's even easier if you use zsh as your shell:

chmod a+rwx ~/Sites/**/*(/)

The **/* lists files and folders recursively in all subfolders (in the same way that * lists those in the current folder), and the (/) restricts the results to folders. ( (.) would restrict to plain files, for example.)

I still don't understand why more people don't use zsh -- after all, it's not only free and open source, but it comes installed on every Mac!

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Much more useful: This makes all the files readable by everybody. In addition, things that are executable, including directories (!), are made executable by all. Using the lower case 'x' in the command would make files executable, which is generally not wanted in the Sites folder..
sigh.. That should have been..
10.4: Change all Finder folders to identical views
You want Chop. A brilliant little app that recursively Changes Ownerships and Permissions.
10.4: Change all Finder folders to identical views

I don't like Chop. I once used it to change everything in /Applications , but it got rid fo the executable bit for owner/group/everyone! There was no option for changing that.
I use Batchmod! Works much better, more features.

10.4: Change all Finder folders to identical views

Correct me if I'm wrong, but you'll have to apply this as you create new folders. No?

10.4: Change all Finder folders to identical views

Mac Change View Options For All Folders

Is there any easy way in Tiger to set all folder view to 'column view'?

10.4: Change all Finder folders to identical views

In Finder, select Preferences from the Finder menu, and select 'Open new windows in column view' from the General tab.

10.4: Change all Finder folders to identical views
You can get this functionality (and a whole lot more) on pre-10.4 systems by using my shareware app Finder Window Manager (I am currently upgrading it for 10.4-compatibility). FWM can also watch for new folders that are opened and automatically adjust their views per your specifications.
Jon
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10.4: Change all Finder folders to identical views
For changing permissions on a batch of files, I prefer using the GUI to 'chmod', the program 'batchmod'. Excellent shareware, and free.

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Mac Os X Change Folder View Options For All Folders Windows 10

Change all Finder folders to identical views - 10.3?

Is there any way to do this on 10.3 via the Terminal? I hate it when I boot up into OS 9 and some windows have icons scattered randomly all over the place after I return to OS X.

10.4: Change all Finder folders to identical views

If it were possible to not only set view parameters but window size and position as well, this would be really great! I'm guessing it's possible but <i>how</i> is the problem..

10.4: Change all Finder folders to identical views

I use QuicKeys to do 'one off' window repositioning in the Finder. In the Finder I created an AppleScript QuicKey & use this script.
tell application 'Finder'
set the bounds of window 1 to {0,45, 1373, 999}
set the current view of window 1 to column view
end tell
I have it assigned to trigger on Control Option Arrow Up Key. This way if a window opens from an image file, or any other source that I want to see 'my way' .. this does the trick. You can alter the window size to anything you like.
You could do this with just an AppleScript too & assign it a keyboard shortcut even without QuicKeys. It's just easier for me to do it that way.

10.4: Change all Finder folders to identical views
I've been using FolderControl to do this (and more) since OS X 10.2 (and Neatnik in OS 9).

I have been looking for the longest time to set Column View to 'Keep Arranged By Date Modified' (or any other criteria) rather than the default Alphabetical.
I saw this article and thought it might be the answer to my prayers. But even in Automator, the Column View options are limited exactly like they are in the Finder.
Anyone know how to do it?