Go2Shell opens a terminal window to the current directory in Finder.
The best way to use Go2Shell is to add it to the Finder toolbar, to do this just drag and drop the app onto the toolbar.
IMPORTANT! For 10.9-10.10 users: Just hold CMD, while dragging to Finder toolbar.
Let your life be a bit easier with tiny Go2Shell tool.
To open configuration window follow this steps:
1. Fire up your favorite terminal program.
2. Enter: open -a Go2Shell --args config
3. Press [return].
OS X Yosemite compatibility.
Bugfix for iTerm 2 nightly builds.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Convenient tool. Redo the icon for 5 stars.
It’s an incredibly simply tool that I use every day. Multiple times a day. Many multiple times every hour.
But please redo the icon to better match current design in OS X, make the icon height match the other standard icons in the toolbar, and make the icon fade when the window is inactive like all the other toolbar icons, including my other 3rd party icons. Redo the icon, and I’ll give 5 stars.
Usually don’t write reviews but...
I usually don’t write reviews because I feel that my star rating is enough but when I come accross something as useful as this, I feel it is my duty.
Having to keep looking at your path and then typing it into terminal is a thing of the past! You can just go there!
Now, is the icon a bit ugly? Yes. But other than that, perfect helper application.
Please update Go2Shell for the new applescript syntax in iTerm2
Dear Go2Shell developers, thanks for creating such a great app. It’s so useful for developers. But with the latest iTerm2 3.0.0 beta, Go2Shell does not work properly as before. I’ve seen the issue report to iTerm2 developers and their suggestion is to reach out the Go2Shell developers to update Go2Shell for the new applescript syntax in iTerm2. Hopefully, you guys can update it to make this great app better. :)
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.