Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 17th Oct 2008 20:08 UTC, submitted by Joe
Mac OS X Even though Snow Leopard is supposed to be all about tweaking and performance, AppleInsider claims to have some information regarding new features coming in Snow Leopard. They claim Apple is working on bringing Exchange support to iCal, Address Book, and Mail, a feature called ImageBoot, and - insert drum roll - a new Finder written in Cocoa. Testers also claim that other bundled applications are written in Cocoa. This isn't all that weird seeing Carbon doesn't come in a 64bit flavour.
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RE[4]: Cocoa + Finder = Finder
by bonch on Fri 17th Oct 2008 23:15 UTC in reply to "RE[3]: Cocoa + Finder = Finder"
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If you customize the Finder toolbar, there is already a button available to allow you to go to a parent directory (or any other directory in the path). You can also Cmd-click on the title of the Finder window.

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RE[5]: Cocoa + Finder = Finder
by Kroc on Sat 18th Oct 2008 06:23 in reply to "RE[4]: Cocoa + Finder = Finder"
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Yes, but you can't drag files onto it.

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RE[5]: Cocoa + Finder = Finder
by Gorgak on Sun 19th Oct 2008 10:22 in reply to "RE[4]: Cocoa + Finder = Finder"
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Wow, I didn't know that. I've been missing that functionality and I never would've guessed that it was available - but not by default (boooh!)


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