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Leopard’s Quick Look

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I think that one of the best features in Mac OS X Leopard is the Quick Look functionality. If you’re browsing through your files in Finder and want to take a quick peek at it without having to launch an application, just highlight the file and hit your Spacebar. Go ahead… do it now. I’ll wait.

Quick Look is great for doing an impromptu slideshow of photos as well. Just maneuver to a folder of photos, type Cmd-A to select all, then hit Spacebar. You’ll notice a play button appears. Go ahead, click it. I dare you.

You can do this with documents as well.

Man, I’m totally drinking the apple juice.

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December 11, 2007 - Posted by | How-To, Mac, Software

2 Comments

  1. It’s not working on mine. Is the Finder that thing next to my start menu?

    Comment by radium226 | December 11, 2007

  2. No no. You first have to reboot out of Windows and back into OSX. I know, I know. “Why would I do that?” you ask. Hey, I don’t make the rules.

    Comment by Joe | December 11, 2007


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