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Extract zip file to different location without Terminal

Without third-party software, is there a way to extract a zip file to a different location without using Terminal? I realize I could use unzip file.zip -d /path/to/destination, but I'd love to do it ...
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Compress folders with lots of duplicate files

I have a hierarchy of folders which contain lots of duplicates files (it's a series of versions of a LaTeX document, and while the evolved a lot, many of the figures are identical in multiple ...
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How to add a file into zip?

I have a quite large zip file with archived documents and I want to add a new file into it. How to do it quick and easy? The archive is quite large, so extract+add+compress+delete is not preffered ...
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Create a zip file using an Automator Service

I am trying to create a service in Automator in Mac OS X Mountain Lion. The command that I want to use is as follows: zip zip-file.zip "$@" And here is a screen capture of what I did: It works. ...
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Is Mac OS X's Compress a “standard” zip?

When I submit my research papers to an online review system, I prefer to upload all files (manuscript, figures, etc) by a single zip file, so that the review system can unzip the file. Otherwise, I ...
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Can .zip folders created using Windows XP Pro be opened and extracted on Mac without any additional software?

I am a Windows user, and I would like to send a compressed archive/folder to my colleague who is a Mac user. I do not want him to have to download any additional software to open and extract it. Can ...