Version: 1.1 || Release Date: 2006-07-14 || License: Freeware Developer: Bergen Street Software | App Owner: mr_phillip

PathSnagger adds a Contextual Menu Item option to the Contextual Menu in the Finder. Control-click a document, application, folder, mounted volume, zip disk, anything, and easily copy the full path to that item directly to your clipboard.

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2.02b is available. Quote: "It is now an application, instead of a service/preference pane, which should make the installation a lot easier for everyone. It works on Lion, and should also work in Snow Leopard,"

I wish I found this sooner. I am one of the weirdos who actually organizes my computer... so it's not abnormal to need a file a dozen folders deep (or more if it's inside an application bundle). Prior to this, I was using one of the variety of "cd to" apps on the folder, and then copy-pasting.

The smurf knows.


Have a poor short term, um, memory? Smoked too much weed? Writing shell scripts which reference files buried a dozen levels deep in folders with lots of spaces in their names? Just too lazy to bother actually typing stuff? PathSnagger cures what ails you.