Show A File’s Path In Spotlight With A Keyboard Shortcut

For some reason, Spotlight in Yosemite doesn’t show you the file path of whatever you’re searching for. If you need it, you can access it by simply tapping the Command key.

All you need to do here is highlight the file you’re interested in, tap Command, and you’ll see the full path so you know where it is. Older versions of OS X required a Command+Option click, but this is a bit easier.

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