Copying a file on your Mac is as simple as selecting the file and pressing the Command C shortcut. Though to reveal a file path on Mac is a bigger task. There are a few ways you can do this with various levels of complexity. In this post we offer three ways to reveal a file path on Mac and give our opinion of which one is best. 1. Use the Terminal to Reveal a File Path on Mac Many Terminal commands require you to enter in the full path of the file. As such the Terminal8230 Read more.
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