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Jul
24
comment Open a file:/// url with #anchor from terminal
I've switched the correct answer mark to @tharps as it is what is really needed.
Jul
24
accepted Open a file:/// url with #anchor from terminal
Jul
24
comment Open a file:/// url with #anchor from terminal
That is what we need!
Jul
11
awarded  Famous Question
Jul
7
comment Open a file:/// url with #anchor from terminal
Thank you for the useful answers
Jul
7
comment Open a file:/// url with #anchor from terminal
The bigger problem is making this non-specific to a particular browser
Jul
7
comment Open a file:/// url with #anchor from terminal
Opening downloaded docs from Vim and Emacs and jumping to the relevant item. Noticed open fails to pass the hash.
Jul
7
comment Open a file:/// url with #anchor from terminal
Not sure who else down voted you. Please remove the initial answer from your post, that was never the intended question. I will mark as correct when the noise is removed.
Jul
7
revised Open a file:/// url with #anchor from terminal
edited title
Jul
7
comment Open a file:/// url with #anchor from terminal
To be very clear the question is to open the file url via terminal / scripting. The title is updated.
Jul
5
revised Open a file:/// url with #anchor from terminal
added 48 characters in body
Jul
5
asked Open a file:/// url with #anchor from terminal
Jul
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awarded  Yearling
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awarded  Good Question
Mar
28
comment What's the difference between alias and link?
Notably, Spotlight won't index a symlink. It will index an alias (albeit at a lower ranking.)
Dec
15
comment How can I change a file or folder icon using the Terminal
Very nice, thank you
Dec
14
comment Can I make a symlink (to a .app folder) in Applications directory show up in spotlight?
I would recommend actually moving the MacVim app to Applications. Or installing it via brew cask. Aliases do index in spotlight, but they are ranked annoyingly low.
Dec
3
comment How can I increase brightness on Mac without Mac keyboard
BRIGHTNESS_DOWN 0x91 (decimal 145) BRIGHTNESS_UP 0x90 (decimal 144)
Nov
26
comment Compiling (NS/Cocoa) Emacs on OSX with SVG support
Too busy modeling sea parks i.onionstatic.com/avclub/4364/15/16x9/800.jpg
Nov
25
comment Compiling (NS/Cocoa) Emacs on OSX with SVG support
reboot fixed the errant machine... ;)