Drag and drop in the Finder and the Dock

My first text about drag and drop will be related to files in the Finder and the Dock. Drag and drop obviously feels like a natural way to do things, yet we don’t know every time when we can use it on a computer. Some might think that drag and drop only is for beginners, but I bet you will be surprised by some tips you’ll find here (I hope at least !)

I’ll try to make an in depth review of the subject, and highlight what I consider to be one of the greatest strength of Mac OS. This review will also cover basis of File management and some essential features found in the Finder and the Dock, but ending with more advanced tips.


The Basis : File Management

Some Mac users have used mouse, icons and folders to manage files since 1984, so there might be no secret here for them. But if you are new to the Mac, you will probably enjoy knowing that you can do more than just move files around with your mouse. If you don’t need it, skip it ! (Yet, the parts in italic might interest you, and advanced tips will follow in the next sections).

Extreme basic : selecting files

Some might need to review how to select files in the Finder. It is quite simple. There are two types of selection : contiguous and non-contiguous. The first one is when icons are near each other, and the second is when they are separated by other icons you don’t want to select. Don’t forget that the Finder provides three modes for viewing files (namely Icon, Column and List) and that you might want to order your files before selecting them. To make a contiguous selection, you can quickly move the mouse with the button down over the files you want to select. Or you can select a first file in List and Column view, then use Shift to select the last file you want. For a non-contiguous selection, use the Command key instead, and select individual icons. You can first make a contiguous selection, then add (or remove) additional items by Command-clicking them. It is even possible to make multiple continuous selections (that will be non-contiguous groups of files) : you make a first contiguous selection in List or Column view, then keep the Command key down (until the end) and select the first element of the next group then quickly drag the mouse over the elements on the second group with Shift key down, and so on. That requires some fingers coordination !

Copy files

If you want to create a duplicate copy of one or many files (or folders, both will be named “files” for the rest of this text), you can move them to their final destination (that can be the same place to where they actually are) while holding the Option key (also labeled alt). Notice the green plus ( + ) sign that confirms you will be coping. This sign also automatically appears when you drag files to an external disk (Firewire disk or another computer on the network for example). This is logical since most of the time, you’ll want to keep your local copy of your files as well. But if you prefer to just move the file instead, you can hold the Command (Apple) key while you drag the files.

Creating aliases

aliases are like shortcuts to some file (similar to a bookmarks, or links), that you can keep anywhere. Aliases on Mac OS are somehow smart, as you can move and rename the original file without losing the link than the alias provide. Files dragged to a folder’s alias will be added to the original folder. To quickly create an alias, move the file while holding both Option and Command keys. We’ll view other things similar to aliases in the next section.

Ejecting disks or external drives, deleting files and burning CD/DVD

those three actions seem to have little in common, yet they are all performed by dragging an item to the Trash ! This might seem confusing for beginners (you might think you’ll delete your disk by dragging it to the Trash) but if you start the dragging movement after selecting a disk, you’ll notice the Trash icon in the Dock changes to an eject sign, and to a burn sign in case of writable disks. Believe the icon that appear, your data won’t be trashed !

Other kind of Aliases : Dock, Sidebar and Toolbar and icons.

We mentioned how aliases can help keeping a handy link to the files we use often, yet Finder offer more ways to keep important files and folders. Opposite to the real aliases we saw before, all these other types of aliases open the original item with a single click, like a link on a Web page, so they are really quick and easy to use. First the Dock, also present in earlier Mac OS X versions, can keep both applications and files. To keep things in order, you are restricted to keep applications on the left and files and folders on the right. Folders added to the Dock can also be browsed quickly without opening no window. Just click the folder and hold you mouse button to see a menu listing the items in the folder or subfolders. Dock offers the advantage of being (almost) always visible, and is the best place to keep current or most important files. You can remove items by dragging them off the Dock, and move them around too, as long as you follow the application/documents restriction. Originals item will always stay where they first were since Dock icons are only links to them. Finder windows now have a Sidebar that can hold your favorite folders and files as well. You can customize what appear in the Sidebar using Finder’s preferences, but you can add, remove and move things around like in the Dock. Sidebar items will appear along with their names, so they are more appropriate for folders (with icons that are usually similar). What is particular about the Sidebar is that folders there act like regular folders : if you hold a file over their icon for long enough, you’ll see their content appear in the Finder window, so you can put your file in a precise place (subfolder). This is called Spring-loaded folders, and you can control the delay before they open in Finder’s preferences as well. Users with many external drives and/or partitions tired of seeing them all in the Sidebar will be pleased to know that they can remove the one they don’t want to see by dragging them off the Sidebar. This way, you can show only your favorite drives. Answering my request for drag and drop tips, my friend David Latapie suggested to use the Finder’s toolbar as another place to store aliases :

I have discovered by inadvertency that one can insert shortcuts to documents, applications, etc. directly on the bushed metal bar of Finder windows, which can thus serve as a new bar of shortcuts, independent from the Sidebar .To do this, you only need to drag the icon on the metallic bar (like one makes for the Dock), quite simply. On the other hand, one cannot make as for the Dock for the suppression (i.e. dragging the icon out of the window). It is necessary to make a right click and select “Remove Item”. (Editor’s note: you can also hold the Command key and then move and remove icons like you do in the Dock.)To make it simple, you can drag anything into the metallic bar, the same way you do while “customizing toolbar” (View/Customize Toolbar.).

Opening a file with a particular application

Sometimes you can use more than one application to open some kind of file. For example, there are tons of applications that can manipulate graphic files, and you might use a different one depending on what you want to do. In this case, you can drag your document over the desired application’s icon. If the application is already running, it is best to use its Dock icon, but you can use any kind of aliases (Sidebar, Toolbar, real alias) or the real application icon to do this. Usually, the application icon becomes dark to show you that it “sees” what you want to do (with the exception of Sidebar, that show a blue shape around the icon). Yet, some application might be hesitant to open the file you show it, and its icon won’t go dark. If you know you can use this type of document with your application, then hold both Option and Command to force the document to open.

Advanced tips about dragging Dock icons

The next section will suggest advanced things that are possible with Dock icons. They might not serve you everyday, but it’s good to know you can use it !I’ve read that application icons (documents and folders icons as well) can be dragged like if they were the real item’s icon. You need to first hold the Command key before dragging, and then you’ll be able to use any modifier key that allows you to copy or create an alias. The item will be moved to the final destination if no modifier key is used (not a good idea for applications). One practical use of this trick is to move an application icon over the Apple Script Editor icon to view the application’s dictionary. You can also drag a document icon that is in the Dock to your favorite application on the left side of the Dock to open it with this particular application (forcing it with Option and Command if needed). The document icon will return to its original position when done. If we summarize behavior with aliases, we see that Command-dragging is necessary before any action with Toolbar icons (that is in any application, not only the Finder), and it is optional with Dock icons, and is used if you want to manipulate the original icon. The last option is only available in the Dock, showing its particular nature, so it does feel somehow unintuitive. Keep in mind that Dock icons are meant to be rearranged simply (with no modifier key) and that this option should be considered as an advanced feature. Yet, documents in Dock can be dragged to applications in Dock with no modifier key (like their original icons), while we can’t do the same with applications (e.g. Script Editor), so there is some inconsistency here !Now only if Option-dragging a document to the Dock would open an (unsaved) copy of the document (you know, like if the document was a template) !

Switching places with folder dragging.

The two last suggestion are also advanced tips that can be helpful when you already have a target folder open in the Finder (or some kind of alias not too far on the screen), and you want use these folders locations to quickly point your Open/Save dialogs or Terminal file path to this exact place. First, you can quickly change the current folder in any Open/Save dialog by dragging any folder (or a file in this folder, or even the folder proxy icon found in the window bar - more on that in a forthcoming article) to this dialog. If the dialog is expanded, drag the element to the list of folders, or drag it to the pop-up menu showing the current folder if the dialog is not expanded. You can also drag files and folders to the Terminal window, typing any command before the path, like “cd ” to quickly change the working directory in Terminal (don’t worry if you “picked” your icon before typing the command, you can still enter text while holding the icon, then drop it on the window !)Remember that Dock icons can also be dragged instead of original items (don’t forget to hold Command before doing so). I missed some way file icons can be dragged in Finder and Dock ? You have other drag and drop tips to suggest ? Please send them (and only use the comments on this page for parts covered by the text above, please) !Read the next text on drag and drop

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106 Responses to “Drag and drop in the Finder and the Dock”

  1. Frédéric Latour Says:

    Not easy to put basis for new users and to add more consistant stuff as well ! I wish this text will help as a reference (recommand it to newbies) but will also interest more experienced users …

    Fred

  2. Proofreader1 Says:

    One VERY significant correction needs to be made, so it doesn’t just confuse users more:

    • Non-contiguous selections are NOT performed with the Option key, but rather, with the Command key.

    And, several minor typos are apparent (”are near each others” should be “are near each other”, references to the “metallic bar” should all read “sidebar”, etc.) But I assume these are simply minor translation issues.

    Overall, a very good article - please correct the glaring mistake, and it will be even more useful ;-)

  3. Ben Rosenthal Says:

    Major error in file selection. To select non-contiguous items in the finder, hold Command, not Option.

  4. Proofreader1 Says:

    One VERY significant correction needs to be made, so it doesn’t just confuse users more:

    • Non-contiguous selections are NOT performed with the Option key, but rather, with the Command key.

    And, several minor typos are apparent (”are near each others” should be “are near each other”, references to the “metallic bar” should all read “sidebar”, etc.) But I assume these are simply minor translation issues.

    Overall, a very good article - please correct the glaring mistake, and it will be even more useful ;-)

  5. latourfl Says:

    Sorry, my big error, you sure need to use Command instead of Option to select non-contiguous items ! Thanks for this !

    But, “Metallic bar” really refers to the Finder Toolbar (at the top) instead of sidebar.

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