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.
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This version doesn’t work
Reviews on previous versions are good, so I gave the new version, 1.2.2, a go. Unfortunately it does not work on my 2010 Macbook running Yosemite. When I open the app it displays a menu with an install button, which I select. Then the next time I open the app it displays a menu asking me if I want to unistall it. I have downloaded the app twice and the same thing happened both times. I have reported the problem to the developers, but they have not responded.
Don’t waste your time on this until the develper releases a new version.
Works but seems abandoned
The application does work for me on El Capitan. However, a key reason to use it over the many alternatives were native icons, ie. icons that don't look out of place in Finder's toolbar. The version here in the App Store does not have native icons. The one currently on the developer's website (v2.3) has icons for versions of OS X up to Yosemite, but not for El Capitan, which came out nearly a year ago. So, I don't see what sets this apart from other solutions. And some of the alternatives are open source.
Still going strong in Sierra
I had a couple of false starts where it didn’t find the %path% but after opening in the Application Folder it sorted its self out.
Great tool and something that Apple should have added years ago.
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.