On my Yosemite OS, the correct command is: RockPaperLizard 3, 13 35 This doesn't work.
cover flow window size
No need for terminal sorcery. PaulSlocum I'm not sure what you mean.
The only references to file dialogs I see are in your comment and in slowernet's answer. The question is specifically about increasing the size of thumbnails, which this solution does.
How to Control Your Mac's Cover Flow View Options
Hey Paul, I stand completely corrected. My apologies for the inaccurate answer. Not sure the protocol - should I delete this answer? I'm not sure the protocol either, but I can see how it's easy to misinterpret the question, so I dunno -- maybe just leave it since someone might land here with the question that you answered?
Paul Slocum Paul Slocum 2. In Cover Flow view you can have images much bigger depending on size of your window. Gene Gene 1 3. Related 1.
You can use it to browse bookmarks and browsing history in Safari 4. And of course, files and folders in Finder windows. It appeals to some people and not to others. To get out of hit, use one of the other quick commands to switch to a different view, or use the View buttons in the toolbar.
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The resizing behaviour of Finder Cover Flow kinds of annoy me There is a thread in Apple Communities where it seems that confirms my thought: Lri Lri