Going where you want

I know this blog is supposed to be about programming. But we programmers sometimes like to squirrel away files in odd places. The standard MacOS X file open dialog doesn’t let you get to those places. Or does it?

I remember long ago finding a keyboard shortcut that would pop up a little window in a file open dialog that would let you type in a path for a directory. Somehow, I managed to find it again. This time, I shan’t forget it.

The keyboard shortcut is Shift-⌘-G

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