macOS Terminal trick: Open current directory in Finder

Published on by Geoff Taylor

A cool Terminal trick from Brett Terpstra: Add the line below to your .bash_profile file. Then when you type f in Terminal, and it will open the current directory in Finder.

f() { open -a "Finder" "${1-.}"; }

You can also pass a directory name to the command, and it will open that directory.

Quitting Time

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Before Bunch had the Quit Apps in… option, I created a bunch called “Quitting Time” to close all of the apps that I usually have open during the work day. I still get some satisfaction from clicking that one, especially on Fridays, so I kept it around even after Quit Apps in… was added.

  Bunch screenshot

Blue feather

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Blue feather
Blue feather

Airborne sunset

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Airborne sunset
Airborne sunset

Butterfly on flower

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Butterfly on flower
Butterfly on flower