Command-Click in Finder Window to get Path
One of our favorite sites, Lifehacker, posted a Mac tip today about including the Path button in Finder windows: “One of my main complaints about Mac’s Finder versus Windows Explorer is the inability to move up and down a folder tree easily. However, Finder’s Path button lets you do just that. The Path button isn’t included on the Finder toolbar by default, but you can add it by Ctrl-clicking and choosing “Customize Toolbar.” Then drag and drop the Path button – which kind of looks like a staircase – onto the toolbar. From there, use it to see where you are in the folder tree, and move up to enclosing folders in a click.”
Great tip, except there is an easier way. Just Command-Click on the Finder window’s titlebar to get the same path. This trick also works in some other applications too. Try it out!