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I want to be able clear out the whatever is cached in find (command-f) from the command line, is there a way to do this? Whatever is in there seems to carry across between applications.

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The magic words seem to be pbcopy -pboard find < /dev/null

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Yes, thank you :) – bcardarella Aug 18 '12 at 14:26

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