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Try this select the file and press cmd+I. Then under "Open with" select the application you want to open in QuickLook. And then press the "Change All..." button


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qlmanage Use the command line tool qlmanage to investigate your QuickLook set up, including the default generator for each file format. qlmanage -- Quick Look Server debug and management tool Apple's QuickLook developer documentation provides a good overview of how QuickLook works and how to test specific plugins. Editing the iA Writer QuickLook ...


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The Stackowerflow might be a better place for your question. And maybe an answer here!


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QuickLook for these types of files works because the file type is specified in Xcode's Info.plist. In order for QuickLook to use Xcode to quick view these files again in Finder, you'll need to edit Xcode's Info.plist file. This is found by right clicking the Xcode.app file in your Applications and clicking "Show Package Contents". You'll find Info.plist in ...


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I have this problem too. It's sporadic and usually happens when quicklooking through a number of high-res images (e.g. JPEGs several megabytes in size) sequentially. But once it occurs the same image continues to return blank quicklook previews.


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You could try adding it via the .plist file. This guide will explain how to do it. To summarize the steps: Go to the applications folder Locate TextEdit.app Show Package Contents Edit the Info.plist file


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I do not have that Bug on my MBA 10.9.2 I see you use the XEE as your default app for .jpg and others? There might be a conflict so try disabling the XEE app.


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There is also an Automator action for displaying a website in a Quick Look like window: automator -i http://apple.com Desktop/Website\ Popup.workflow


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Install QLStephen: wget https://github.com/downloads/whomwah/qlstephen/QLStephen.qlgenerator.zip unzip QLStephen.qlgenerator.zip mkdir -p ~/Library/QuickLook mv QLStephen.qlgenerator ~/Library/QuickLook qlmanage -r


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Yes, it is possible, but not directly from the internet. The file needs to be downloaded first. qlmanage -p '/path/to/file' will show the quick look preview for that file. It will also write some debug information to stderr, so I usually append >/dev/null 2>&1 to the end of the command. In your case, you will need to download the file first in ...



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