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by Tom Nelson

One area where OS X leaves a bit to be desired is in the setting of folder views. If you want every folder to open in one type of Finder view, you’re all set; you can use or set the default Finder view.

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Screen shot © Coyote Moon, Inc.

But if, like me, you want to set different folders to different views, then you’re in for a headache. I want most of my folders to display in the Finder in List view, but I want my Pictures folder to display in Cover Flow view, and when I open the root folder of a hard drive, I want to see Column view.

In this guide, we’re going to look at how to use the Finder to set specific Finder view attributes.

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