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I'd be able to very quickly tag a bunch of photos for later processing.

  • I assigned a keyboard shortcut to "Tags..." from the File menu in Finder. I can hit the shortcut while in Quick View to tag the file quickly. It also works for multi-file tagging, so you can tag multiple files at once. Let me know if this does what you need. I can provide steps on how to achieve this. – Melwan Mar 4 '14 at 18:23
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The Tags feature in Finder1 already has a keyboard shortcut which can be activated whilst in Quick Look. Press ⌘⇧T to set a tag on the currently selected file.


To set a custom shortcut…

  1. Open System PreferencesKeyboardShortcutsApp Shortcuts.
  2. Click the + button to add a new shortcut.
  3. Set the Application to Finder.app, and the Menu Title to Tags….
  4. Set your keyboard shortcut and press Add.

1 As this is a feature of Finder, not Quick Look, the modal popup may be behind the Quick Look window.

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    That did it, thanks, especially since Quick Look remembers its screen position, so placing it off to the side ensures it doesn't obstruct the tagging window in Finder. – Emerson Farrugia Mar 4 '14 at 19:08

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