[LINUX] Display the absolute path on the Finder

When operating files with Finer, I felt that it was very inconvenient not to know the displayed hierarchy, so I set the absolute path to always be displayed in the Finder menu column as follows.

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1. Open the terminal
2. Type the following command on the terminal
$ defaults write com.apple.finder _FXShowPosixPathInTitle -boolean true
3. Restart Finder
$ killall Finder

By default, only the directory name was displayed, but now the full path is displayed.

When you want to return to the original state (bonus)

If you want to return to the original state, you can easily return to the original state by following the steps below.

Hit the following command.

$ defaults write com.apple.finder _FXShowPosixPathInTitle -boolean false

Restart Finder in the same way

$ killall Finder



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