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Create a new blank file of any kind with Quicksilver
Authored by: Dragon76 on Mar 30, '07 09:23:44AM

If you're wanting to just create blank files it's probably easier to use the "touch" command in terminal. touch updates a file's modified date to the time you "touch" it but it's more commonly used to create a blank file of the name you are using.

If I use "touch ~/Documents/document.txt" a new file "document.txt" will be created in your Documents folder.

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