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I would (in Finder): 1) Switch to list view ⌘ 2 2) Select the first picture in the list 3) hit space to activate Quick Look 4) if you want to delete the photo you are viewing hit ⌘ delete 5) otherwise hit the down arrow to go to the next picture
I think Finder is out... Mac OS X does not show you companion files unless you use Terminal, and sometimes not even then. (It shows invisible files rather easily, but to Mac OS X, both "MyFile" and "._MyFile" are two parts of the same file, and it doesn't normally return two directory entries for one file.) You only see these companion files on ...
Folders can have a suffix too. If your OS X System knowns the file extension, it will change the icon (after renaming) and link it to the App that can handle that extension (and is set as default App to open those file types). The folder then becomes a package or container, where you cannot easily look inside by browsing in finder. But you can right-click ...
Microsoft's new version, v8.0.3, actually does support RD Gateways. I have just successfully made a connection through one today. https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/microsoft-remote-desktop/id715768417
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