Command-Click Safari Title to Navigate Website Directory Path

Dec 2, 2009 - 5 Comments

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Command+Click the Title of any website window in Safari and you can pull up a nice navigable drop-down list of the websites directory paths. This is really handy if you’re deep in some archive or if you’re looking at an image and want to cut down to the parent directory. This tip also works in the Finder

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Posted by: David Mendez in Mac OS X, Tips & Tricks

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  1. [...] auf die Taskleiste den Pfad auf einer Website darstellt.Gefunden habe ich diesen Tip bei osxdaily.com und auch sofort ausprobiert. Beim Finder habe ich diese Funktion schon sehr hilfreich gefunden, mal [...]

  2. Ryan Roberts says:

    That’s brilliant, Apple hide so many useful little things :)

  3. Markus Karjadi says:

    beside command+click, you can do the same thing by right-click the title in safari…

  4. [...] Command-Click Safari Title to Navigate Website Directory Path – OS X Daily Command+Click the Title of any website window in Safari and you can pull up a nice navigable drop-down list of the websites directory paths. This is really handy if you’re deep in some archive or if you’re looking at an image and want to cut down to the parent directory. This tip also works in the Finder (tags: mac osx tips) [...]

  5. Gorts Rage says:

    Remarkably useful tip. Thanks very much.

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