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I have some read-write disk images (some .dmg format, some in .sparseimage format) that I want to automatically open a Finder window to their base folders when I double-click them. Up to now, I have been able to do that using the bless command, like:

sudo bless --folder dirPath --openfolder dirPath

but that no longer works as of High Sierra. Is there an alternative?

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It appears that Apple fixed this problem in High Sierra 10.13.4.

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