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How to hide desktop icons on Mac
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Creepygeek Creepygeek 5 5 silver badges 3 3 bronze badges. The picture saved me. The Swedish translation of this preference was so non-descriptive that I was staring at it without realizing what it was. Josh K Josh K Right click on the desktop, and click Sort by there should be a 'snap to grid' option.myvpn.crosstalksolutions.com/212.php
OS X Finder: Customize Your Desktop – The Mac Observer
Hana Hana 11 1 1 bronze badge. You can over ride it using the command key if you cant find the option. Quinster Quinster 1. For folders, open folder and right click to get popup menu Select "show view options" Select the "Sort by" combo box and there select "Snap to grid" as above. This is really a comment and not an answer to the original question.
There is no way afaik, I googled it for ages. Keep aligned is good enough, but I like my icons at the bottom left of the screen- no way to do that without them being oddly aligned.
How to Align Mac OS Desktop Icons to the Grid
June 8th, 9. I have switched from Ubuntu to Kubuntu in the last week and one of the reasons is this!
Unity was the main factor, but still. July 8th, No solution for this yet? Isn't really that important, just makes it a bit easier, especially when copying a few things to the desktop, so the won't copy on top of each other.
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Tags for this Thread desktop , grid. Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. Now you can arrange your icons along the top or either side of You cannot change the size of the grid. To place icons closer What Is Align to Grid on the Desktop?