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A very old question, but maybe my own answer helps. I also used SublimeText (I think I've still got it somewhere) because I like the way it opens files so fast — especially on older Macs. However, for more serious work, a better IDE would definitely fit your requirements better. Since you're fine in acquiring new/different software, give Panic's Coda a try. ...


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Don't go there! Neither Finder nor any other app with a GUI should be run as root. GUI applications are hard to debug and generally have ill-defined scope and purpose. They're china shops that you shouldn't let your 800-pound gorilla superuser enter. Especially since you give as your reason: "I suspect that it has something to do with permissions, so I ...


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sudo /System/Library/CoreServices/Finder.app/Contents/MacOS/Finder may be it will help


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Deleting finder preferences and then restart worked for me: cd /Users/chandan.bansal/Library/Preferences rm -rf com.apple.finder.plist rm -rf com.apple.finder.plist.lockfile rm -rf com.apple.sidebarlists.plist rm -rf com.apple.sidebarlists.plist.lockfile Then restart your system.



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