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A script to automatically open a Terminal window to its directory
Authored by: richwiss on Jun 28, '11 07:51:15AM

The other way to do this that's even easier... install DTerm from the App Store (it's free). When you're in the Finder window, use the hot key (command-shift-enter by default), then type the command you want to run in the terminal followed by command-enter. If you just want the terminal with no command, just press command-enter and you get a terminal in that window. It also has a nice way of running commands in that directory without opening Terminal, and also a nice way of running a command outside of the Terminal and saving the result to the copy buffer.

Having just discovered DTerm the other day, I feel like it's my duty to tell everyone how cool it is. Enjoy!

Edited on Jun 28, '11 07:51:51AM by richwiss



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