If you’re a dev or a geek you certainly use or miss the functionality to open a terminal on the current path you are browsing in the finder.
There is a way to enable this natively on your osx system via the services.
Here is how to achieve this :
Open : System preferences > Keyboard > Keyboard shortcuts
Then in the window, as shown in the screenshot below :
1 – Click on the Services icon on the left
2 – Find the Files and folders entry in the list on the right, inside this list find these options and check them :
– New Terminal at Folder : this will open a terminal window on the current path
– New Terminal Tab at Folder : this will open a new tab in the terminal on the current path
And now here is a screenshot on how to use it (right click on a folder in Finder for example) :
Then you have your terminal window on the good path :