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Jeffrey Cunningham
Jeffrey Cunningham
5,592 Points

Setting up Finder to view multiple levels?

At 0:45 when Zack is in the finder you will see that the xmamp folder he is in expands into different levels for each folder he goes into. In my finder I do not get this. I can only view the current level I am in.

How can I set up finder to do this? Is he using some kind of extension?

2 Answers

Brian Hayes
Brian Hayes
20,986 Points

Finder has view options up in the upper left part of the toolbar. I circled the option in red in the image below. You can see the one he has selected there too.

screenshot of video, with circled option

If it's not there, then you can right click the toolbar and hit "customize toolbar" and add it.

I use pathfinder instead of the mac finder. much easier to navigate.

Jeffrey Cunningham
Jeffrey Cunningham
5,592 Points

hmm that is something I will have to check out. I just got the trial version of total finder. I find that combined with what Joey has pointed out has made life 100 times easier.