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Use a free program to simplify dragging from Terminal
Authored by: Soliman on Aug 29, '07 09:02:33AM
As usual Quicksilver is your friend, just type in qs file (if you chose to install the CL plugin), or call quicksilver and type in the name of your file, or get to it by QS's browsing mode, and select the action Reveal in finder (default shortcut is Ctrl-return) and there you go ! :)

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Use a free program to simplify dragging from Terminal
Authored by: Soliman on Aug 29, '07 09:04:33AM

Of course this is Command-return and not Ctrl-Return... :(


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Use a free program to simplify dragging from Terminal
Authored by: thejoecarroll on Aug 30, '07 01:12:11AM

Why even use the "Reveal in Finder" command when the mighty QuickSilver supports direct dragging and dropping both into and out of it's command interface window's object selection panel?
:-)

BTW, the <i>qs</i> command-line tool, of course, also works with multiple file/folder selections.



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