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Authored by: allanmarcus on Oct 19, '07 12:10:04PM

oly cow, there's a very easy way to do this in automator!

Open Automator
Select Finder
Drag Get Selected Finder Items to the workflow (to position 1)
Select Automator
Drag Run Shell Script to the workflow (to position 2)
Change pass input to as arguments
echo "$f"
echo "'$f'"
Select System
Drag Copy to Clipboard to the workflow (to position3)
Select File: Save as plug-in
Enter a name like Copy File Path
Press save.

Go to the finder and right click on a file (or a bunch of files). Select Automator: Copy File Path

Open a text editor and paste. You're done.

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Use Automator
Authored by: ddauerbach on Oct 19, '07 03:31:21PM

And the very nice program PathFinder offers this built in.

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