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Old Apr 1st, 2010, 01:01 PM   #1
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Wink Hacking Snow Leopard (Tabbed Finder!)

Gotta pick up a copy of SL when I get back to Canada for a visit in May....

This hint may be of interest:

10.6:Use newly-found hidden prefs hacks in Snow Leopard

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Enable tabbed Finder windows

What it does: You've seen it in rumored OS X betas. You've seen mock-ups created by third parties. You may have even enabled it yourself using TotalFinder in Snow Leopard. But there's an official Apple-provided solution available that basically brings the Safari tab model into the Finder.

Terminal command: defau1ts write com.apple.Finder EnableSafariTabs -bool True
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Tried it, doesn't work.
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Darn it! The Use Time Machine to restore files from the future would have been real handy.
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Funny thing, I am in Quebec and all my french counterparts are absolute that April Fools day is a full day event. I was always under the impression it "finished" at 12...no?
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