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Visual QuickStart Guide [Electronic resources] : Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger - نسخه متنی

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To customize labels




1.



In the Finder Preferences window, click the Labels button to display Labels options (Figure 9 ).



Figure 9. The default settings in the Labels window of Finder preferences.





2.



To change the name of a label, select the text for the label you want to change (Figure 10 ) and enter new text (Figure 11 ).



Figure 10. To change a label, select it..





Figure 11. ..and enter a new label.





3.



Repeat step 2 for each label you want to change.




Tip




    The names of labels appear on the File menu when you point to a label (Figure 12 ) and in a list view window when the Label column is displayed (Figure 13 ). I explain how to display specific columns in list view later in this chapter.



    Figure 12. The new label appears on the File menu.





    Figure 13. Here's what labels look like in list view. Three different customized labels have been applied and the Label column is displayed.


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To set Sidebar preferences




1.



In the Finder Preferences window, click the Sidebar button to display Sidebar options (Figure 14 ).



Figure 14. The default settings in the Sidebar preferences window of Finder preferences.





2.



Toggle check boxes to specify what items should appear in the Sidebar.




Tip




    I tell you more about customizing the Sidebar later in this chapter.



To set Advanced preferences




1.



In the Finder Preferences window, click the Advanced button to display Advanced options (Figure 15 ).



Figure 15. The default settings for Advanced Finder preferences.





2.



Toggle check boxes to set options:




    Show all file extensions tells the Finder to display file extensions in Finder windows (Figure 16 ) for all files from that point forward. This option, in effect, turns off the Hide extension check box in the Name & Extension area of the Info window (Figure 17 ) for all files on a go-forward basis.



    Figure 16. You can set up the Finder so it always displays file extensions as part of an item's name.





    Figure 17. The Hide extension check box in a file's Info window determines whether the file's extension appears in Finder windows.






    Show warning before emptying the Trash displays a dialog like the one in


    Figure 18 when you choose Finder > Empty Trash or Finder > Secure Empty Trash. Turning off this check box prevents the dialog from appearing.



    Figure 18. The Trash warning dialog.






Chapter 4 and the Trash in


Chapter 3 .




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