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You can right click the file and "Get Info". The path is written right there. Alternatively you could e.g. drag the file into a terminal window to see the path..


There's no disk letter in OS X unlike Windows. The mount point for disks is usually /Volumes. For example, files on a flash drive with the name FLASHDRIVE will be located in /Volumes/FLASHDRIVE/. The startup disk is the root, /. Therefore, the Users folder is /Users. No drive letter is prepended to this.


A custom script as in Justin's answer is the way to go if you need this to be Terminal-free, but if not I'd do it this way: Select folder via LaunchBar cmd-T (open Terminal there) Type "touch whateverfile", return cmd-W (close Terminal window) Invoke LaunchBar, cmd-R, return (to get back to the app you were in)


Okay, finally sorted with the help of this post: http://lists.apple.com/archives/x11-users/2008/Mar/msg00202.html In summary, go here: http://www.rubicode.com/Software/RCEnvironment/ Download the preference pane, and add this entry: Key=LANG Value=en_GB.UTF-8 I had already added this to my .bashrc and my .profile with no result. But I think ...


I am having a similar issues (related to R documentation), which boil down to the same thing. From an XQuartz window, if you right click (or CTRL r-click) to get to the VT fonts menu, then select UTF8-fonts and UTF8-encoding, this will probably fix your problem. However, I have not yet found a way to configure these by default, although I have found this: ...


There is no way to convert .ipa file to .exe or other windows application file. To port program to other OS you need rewrite source code of program and compile it on target OS. Really, just try find analog of you program on Windows OS.


That is possible with Folder Action. Means your files have to be in separate folders. I assume you mean Folders when you say Directory. As step one lets create a Automator flow for Folder Action. Step 2 select the folder you want and create the work flow by dragging following in to it. You are done with this step, save it under a name you want for ...


If others search for how to change the default application for a normal extension like .png, you can use duti: brew install duti;echo com.macromedia.fireworks .png all>~/.duti;/usr/local/bin/duti ~/.duti


No. OS X file types ignore strings before the final . You could rename all files x.fw.png to x.fw_png and then map that file type to FireWorks using many existing answers here but totally reprogramming how the OS parses for file extensions would be a hard nut to crack.

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