[OS X Emacs] Open File with Aquamacs from Finder - Keyboard Shortcut

Nathaniel Cunningham nathaniel.cunningham at gmail.com
Wed Jul 2 17:37:53 EDT 2008

This can be done with Quicksilver ( http://www.blacktree.com/ ) and a
keyboard trigger; other global hotkey apps exist as well.

Without an external app: the action you're after can be accomplished simply
with an applescript.  I think you could have Aquamacs call that applescript
by binding (do-applescript ...) to F3.


On Wed, Jul 2, 2008 at 7:21 AM, Stefan Vollmar <vollmar at nf.mpg.de> wrote:

> Hello,
> this is not necessarily an Aquamacs-specific problem but a solution might
> also be useful for other readers of this list: I would like to configure a
> keyboard shortcut (F3) so that a file (several files?) which is selected in
> the Finder is then opened with Aquamacs. I know that this can be
> accomplished by using an entry from the "Services" menu, even with "Open
> with" - but how to do this without using the mouse (and the terminal)?
> Many thanks in advance,
>  Stefan
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