An Introduction To Using The Spotlight Finder on Mac OS X: Part 1
In this podcast, David Griffith gives us a demonstration of using the OS X Spotlight to search for files by name or text contained in them.
He then demonstrates how to create a Smart Folder based upon the search which will automatically list all files which meet your search criteria. The folder will react dynamically as files are deleted or new ones created.
These are great podcasts. I have a couple of questions. Firstly, when I get to the spotlight finder, I have to interact with a tool bar to type in my search result. Does anyone know how to prevent this? Secondly, in the podcast, you interacted directly with the browser, while I have to interact with a scroll area, and then interact with the table of search results. How can I bypass the pesky scroll area? I am running 10.10.1 Yosemite. I would greatly appreciate anyone's suggestions.