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Converted for iTerm?
Authored by: Tomnibus on Aug 31, '05 01:37:34PM

Can this be converted to use iTerm?

I would like to open a new tab each time I changed the script to this:

[code]on run {input, parameters}
tell application "iTerm.app"
activate
tell application "System Events"
keystroke "t" using command down
end tell
do script with command "cd \"" & (POSIX path of
(input as string)) & "\"" in window 1
end tell
return input
end run[/code]

But it's not working the automator returns "AppleScript Error (null)"



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Converted for iTerm?
Authored by: juanfal on Aug 31, '05 02:42:51PM

I dont use iTerm. Perhaps "iTerm" do not recognize "do command"



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Converted for iTerm?
Authored by: wgscott on Aug 31, '05 04:10:09PM
This works with iTerm:

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Converted for iTerm?
Authored by: juanfal on Sep 01, '05 06:29:05AM

Thanks a lot, I think they will be very useful when you are working in Terminal/iTerm:

cdf
posd
posfind
posgrep
fdc
rmm

Thanks, I've downloaded them and testing.



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Converted for iTerm?
Authored by: luomat on Feb 16, '11 07:03:23AM

This seems to work well for iTerm:

http://putnamhill.net/applescript/open-iterm-here

Edited on Feb 16, '11 07:04:25AM by luomat



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