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This AppleScript allows you to very easy copy the path of any open Finder window to the clipboard. Also, in any application’s Open or Save dialog, you can open a “Go to the folder” dialog into which a folder path can be entered. Coincidence?! Instead of typing in that path manually, just run this AppleScript to choose from the paths of all the open Finder windows!
While many articles have been written explaining how multiple versions of Firefox can run concurrently by launching Firefox with version-specific profiles via command-line argument, this very simple AppleScript aims to greatly streamline the process. Basically, once configured, you never again have to choose which profile goes with which version of Firefox. Just run the launcher and it handles everything!
This AppleScript does exactly what it says, which is allow you to view source from Safari in TextMate. Since it uses a temporary file to store the page source, TextMate won’t ask if you’d like to save when you close the window. And since it tries to guess the correct filename extension to use, the correct syntax highlighter should be chosen automatically.