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Locate document in Finder

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All Mac apps have a very useful feature to quickly find the original location of the open document: right click on the name of the document on top of the window, and you get a tree view of the path to reach the document.

This is very useful to quickly go to the document parent folder, when you have multiple document open (and this is typical of my way of working, with multiple versions and languages of a document in the work at the same time).

This would also be great in all other Affinity apps.




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