By Robin Williams, John Tollett
Mac OS X Lion: Peachpit studying Series
Peachpit studying sequence | 2011 | 480 Pages | ISBN: 0321777018 | PDF | 14 MB
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In the Icon View To select multiple items in the Icon View, hold down the Command key or the Shift key and single-click the items you want to group together. You can only select items from one window while in the Icon View. Or press a blank spot in the window and drag the cursor around the items you want to select. Any icon that is at least partially enclosed by the rectangle you draw with the cursor will be selected. Icon View. The rectangle I dragged partially overlaps six files. When I release the cursor, all six files are selected.
To expand the column to reveal the longest file name, double-click the divider line. To resize all columns, Option-drag a vertical line (hold down the Option key while you drag a line). You might see small “thumb” marks at the bottom of the column divider; if so, you must drag that thumb mark to move the column. The Path Bar shows another view of the path to the selected file. Double-click any folder shown in the Path Bar (or in the Column view) to open it. You won’t see additional columns to the right until you single-click a folder or a file— then a new column to the right appears to display the contents of that folder or a preview of the file.
Often this is not only faster, but more convenient because you don’t have to take your hands off the keyboard to pick up and maneuver the mouse. You will see lots of keyboard shortcuts in the menus across the top of the screen, such as the ones shown below in the Edit menu. Use a keyboard shortcut instead of going to the menu. Take careful notice of which modiﬁer keys and which character keys are used. Recognize the common modiﬁer keys ⎋ Escape (esc) ⌫ Delete Enter Grave accent (tilde key) ⇞ ⇟ ↑↓←→ ` PageUp or PageDown Arrow keys Fkeys are those keys across the top of the keyboard that are labeled with the letter F and a number, such as F2 or F13.
Mac OS X Lion: A Quick Reference Guide to Mastering your Mac by Robin Williams, John Tollett