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Homebrew provides the zenity package. It uses the MacOS X11 server (emulation) Xquartz. Makes it easier to have cross-OS implementations, but it is not native MacOS X gui.
Quit dropbox. Terminal: $ sudo rm -rf /Library/DropboxHelperTools Terminal: $ killall finder Open Dropbox. Enter Admin PWD when prompted. (Good Signal) Win.
An elaboration to what @klanomath was saying:
You can also use Keyboard Shortcut to show Desktop while dragging the files. Default shortcut is: ⌃ CTRL+↓ DOWN ARROW.
In addition to klanomath's answer: You can also assign a Hot Corner to show the Desktop. In that way you can drag a file to the Hot Corner, the Desktop shows, then drop the file on the Desktop. Move your mouse to the hot corner again to show the original window. The Hot Corner functionality can be found in the Desktop & Screen Saver System Preference ...
You have several possibilities: Use the sidebar and drag & drop files or folders on the 'Desktop' item Create a 'Desktop' Dock item by dragging and dropping the folder '/Users/YourUserName/Desktop' to the Dock and afterwards drag & drop files or folders you want to move on the 'Desktop' item in your Dock Create an Automator Service to move (or ...
As far as I can tell, you can't. I have looked everywhere for this feature. I'd love for this answer to become wrong though.
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