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From the project's README:
Alfred workflow to open current Finder window in Terminal/iTerm and vice versa.
Install workflow and enter following keywords depending on what you want to achieve:
ft: open current Finder directory in Terminal
tf: open current Terminal directory in Finder
fi: open current Finder directory in iTerm
if: open current iTerm directory in Finder
Thanks to @olibob we also have Path Finder support:
pt: open current Path Finder directory in Terminal
tp: open current Terminal directory in Path Finder
pi: open current Path Finder directory in iTerm
ip: open current iTerm directory in Path Finder
In addition the search result in Alfred will show you what the action will do in its subtitle, i.e.
This workflow works with iTerm 3.x and 2.9.x. If you need support for 2.1.x, see the
Unfortunately there seems to be a weird bug with iTerm 3.x which causes the
fi keyword not to work. This bug appears to vanish after some time. So if you encounter it, you may try @hunit's suggestion.
If you even find a way to reproduce it, I'd be happy to receive your report in the corresponding issue... and may also flood you with all the ❤️ I have, like, forever.
This workflow was heavily inspired by ssgreg's Terminal in Finder's folder.