For us mac users copying the “path” to a file or folder means manually typing the path. This seems to be a waist of time. Why cant I just control-click or right-click the item and copy its path? Well now you can! I found a pretty cool plug-in that does exactly that. Follow the instructions in the attached zip file to set it up in seconds.
Have fun, and save time
FOR TIGER AND LEOPARD
So File Path To Clip worked nice on tiger and Leopard, but not so with Snow Leopard. I did some digging and found this nice little app Copy Path.
Copy the app in “Application” folder or it’s subfolder and restart the Mac.
How to Use
・Open “System preference” > “Keyboard” > “Keyboard shortcut” > “Service” and check “Copy file path”.
・Choose any file on Finder and push right-mouse-button, then a menu “Copy file path” can be shown in context menu.
・By selecting “Copy file path”, the selected file’s file path is copied as text.
MacOSX 10.5.8 or higher.
FOR SNOW LEOPARD