OT: Is there a kind of F5 on Mac?

Michael Gruenthal mgruenthal at mac.com
Fri Jun 6 18:34:55 CEST 2014


Shouldn¹t the keyboard sequence command-UpArrow, command-[ do it?

On 6/6/14, 10:06 AM, "Colin Holgate" <coiin at verizon.net> wrote:

>That¹s different. Relaunching Finder would be the same as relaunching the
>Windows explorer window. What¹s being asked is how to you get a Finder
>window to reconsider the list of files it¹s showing. That should never be
>needed, but sometimes it does seem slow to react to changes of files on a
>server.
>
>I just found this page:
>
>http://hints.macworld.com/article.php?story=2009091413423819
>
>(you may have to answer a survey question to read the whole page)
>
>On that page is shown this AppleScript, and a link to an app that uses
>that script:
>
>tell application "Finder"
>  tell front window
>    update every item with necessity
>  end tell
>end tell
>
>I didn¹t test it as a script, but I have the app installed. Can¹t be sure
>if it¹s doing anything. Here¹s a discussion page, that includes a link to
>download the app:
>
>http://www.macupdate.com/app/mac/24714/refresh-finder
>
>One thing to note, you install the app by dragging it first to
>Applications, then command-dragging it to the Finder window tool bar area.
>
>
>
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