Pro Tip: See full-screen Quick Look slideshows in macOS Finder

You do not need a projector to make a slideshow.
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  Pro Tip Cult of Mac Quick Look is e of the best features of the Finder. Whenever you have a file selected in the Finder, just click the spacebar and you will see a preview of that file. This is a great way to quickly view photos, or to read the ctents of a document without opening it in an applicati.

But did you know that you can extract Quick Look slideshows in full screen just as easily?

Quick Look Full Screen Slideshow in Finder

To get a full-screen slideshow in the Finder, select the pictures you want to see, and then press (90) while pressing spacebar . Now, instead of seeing the images in a floating window, you get a full-screen slide show, with a scope ctaining more ctrols.

  The rapid display of the index is very cvenient  a big screen. The Quick Look index is very cvenient a big screen.

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