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8/10, I have 2 apps in it
Authored by: mrdeep on Mar 01, '05 08:09:35PM
Here's my toolbar.

It's the default (i think) + 2 programs.

The first one is a stripped down version of Open Terminal Here, I stripped it down so that it would just open a terminal window without resizing it.

The second one is a little applescript to upload selected files to my website, and put urls to the files in my clipboard, specifically, I use it for images, and it uploads them to the images directory of my website. I considered also adding some sort of automatic compression / resizing stuff to it, but I concluded that it would be better to just use an Preview or Graphics Converter to do that because of the variety of size / desired quality of images I generally deal with. (Note that the icon makes sense to me as it would upload to my CS account at RPI

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8/10, I have 2 apps in it
Authored by: klawton on Mar 02, '05 05:06:58PM

Cool. I didn't even know you could do that. It took me a minute to figure out how (trying to drag something from the Dock doesn't work and you have to wait a second before the (+) shows up when dragging an app from the Finder). I can see why an applescript that acts on a file or directory would be well suited for placement there. On the other hand, you could always drag the current directory or file down to the dock, so it's not strictly necessary...



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8/10, I have 2 apps in it
Authored by: taxi on Mar 10, '05 11:06:24PM

I didn't know about this before. I use Open Terminal Here (the Contextual Menu version, not sure where I got if from), but I like the idea of a button in the Finder window.

And I have a few ideas of what I might be able to make to extend this idea - upload files to a server, create an archive, things that I do semi-regularly but usually have to open a terminal for...



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