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Open a secondary application instance via Terminal
Authored by: lukec on May 22, '07 08:15:28AM
You can also execute the command without the sudo. You just need to find the executable under the MacOS folder in any application's package contents.

eg.
/Applications/Safari.app/Contents/MacOS/Safari &

Quicksilver fans are already aware that if an app is already running you can choose 'launch a copy' in order to... launch a copy of the app.

Luke

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