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You can drag the Folder to your dock (between the trash and the sepperator to the applications), or to the sidebar in Finder. You can also create an Alias (this is what you need to do if you want to put it in a folder or to the desktop) by dragging the folder and holding zhe alt-key (a small arrow will appear in the lower left of the icon).


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You can go to the Finder Preferences then tick 'Connected Servers' under "Show these items on the desktop." This worked for me.


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I got it: on run {input, parameters} tell application "Finder" repeat with f in input reveal f set target of window 1 to (folder "Contents" of f as text) end repeat end tell end run


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folder "Contents" of also works with aliases: on run {input, parameters} tell application "Finder" repeat with f in input open folder "Contents" of f end repeat end tell end run You can also assign a shortcut for showing package contents from System Preferences: Command-R shows the original file of an alias.


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You can try something like this: on run {input, parameters} tell application "Finder" repeat with oneItem in input if kind of oneItem = "Alias" then set oneItem to oneItem's original item set contentsPath to (oneItem as text) & "Contents" if oneItem's container as text = (path to desktop as text) then ...


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This is not a direct answer, but you can consider the following solution as an useful one for often repeated commands: Create ~/.inputrc and fill it with this: "\e[A": history-search-backward "\e[B": history-search-forward set show-all-if-ambiguous on set completion-ignore-case on This allows you to search through your history using the up and ...


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Use absolute paths for the jar file: alias dsim='java -jar /path/to/dsim.jar'



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