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I have Macfusion automatically running when I boot, but how can I have it automatically connect to a server? Can't find this anywhere..

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Transmit's disc mode is a far better implementation than MacFusion. It has some bugs though :( – nuc Apr 1 '11 at 19:24

Depending on your version of MacOS, you may be able to use Lingon to create a startup script that runs after you login to your mac. You will likely need to figure out a command line equivalent to whatever you currently do in the finder to connect to a server. Run that command in the terminal to verify it works, then create a script using Lingon to execute the command immediately after you login to your Mac.

The project used to be hosted on SourceForge, but "as of 2009-07-06, […] is no longer under active development". See new link above.

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Turns out MacFusion is garbage just in case anyone wondered so I abandoned this idea and went back to Cyberduck

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It would be better if you entered this answer as a comment in your own question though.. – nuc Apr 1 '11 at 23:00
What are the specific aspects that make of macfusion such an non-usable piece of software? Just curious. – El Developer Jan 3 '13 at 1:21

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