I've downloaded muCommander and find it better than Finder. When I open folders with QuickSilver it still uses Finder, though. How do I change this behavior?
I know Quicksilver has a plug in for quickly sending new mail messages without opening the Mail application. But the Quicksilver plug in doesn't work under Mountain Lion. How do you send a new mail ...
Is it possible to first enter a command and then choose "run in Terminal" in Quicksilver? Is there another way of doing it other than Quicksilver (though I would prefer Quicksilver)?
I installed Quicksilver and due to some problems I have with the "shelf" feature I decided to uninstall it (using appCleaner). When I tried to install it again the application wouldn't install the ...
just got my first mac os computer. installed quick silver. (I rely heavily on launchy in windows) so, the cool feature i was able to achieve on windows using launchy, is that after saving "quick ...