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How can I open a Terminal window directly from my current Finder location?

On Windows there is a utility which opens the command prompt on a particular folder. Basically you right click a folder and select "open command prompt here" and it open the command prompt and puts user in that particular directory. Is there any utility similar to this on mac?

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marked as duplicate by Stu Wilson, Nathan Greenstein Jul 6 '12 at 21:58

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  1. Open System Preferences > Keyboards > Keyboard Shortcuts
  2. Select Services > New Terminal at Folder

Done!

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