Let's take a look at the toolbar area. Some of the elements of the Toolbar Area, really are not part of the Toolbar; I just included them to make grabbing graphics easier.
These are the standard Window control elements that you have come to know and love. Let's review them anyway.
Red Gummy - Close the window.
Yellow Gummy - Minimize the Window. This puts the window in the Dock. Clicking the icon in the Dock for the window will reopen that window.
Green Gummy - This will make the window big enough to display all the current information in the window.
This is the name of the current folder. It seems silly to mention something so obvious, but something lurks behind that is worth mentioning. When you hold down the <control> key and click on this, a menu appears showing all the inclosing folders going all the way back to the Hard Drive. In this case, it would look like this
So the EFudd folder is in the Users folder on the MacBook Pro Hard Drive on the MacBook Computer. Something else cool, lets say you wanted to open one of the enclosing folders, Users in this instant. Just slide on down to select the Users Folder and release. Voila! The User Folder now opens.
Sometime it is nice to look at just the just the main view and not have to see the tools or the SideBar. This control does that. It will change back and forward between the two views. Here is a example of the two modes.
With Tools Without Tools
Time to get to the Actual Toolbar. We will explore that in The Toolbar.