How to open folder with Sublime or VS Code from Mac Finder?

Let’s say you want to open the folder from the Finder window, what would you do?

Andrew Zheng
Nov 23, 2016 · 1 min read

You have three options:

  1. First open the Sublime Or VS Code, then use the File -> Open menu
  2. Right click to use Services (in case you have services setup)
  3. Click on the toolbar icon to open.

Option 3 looks like this:

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You might wonder how to do it?

This post belongs to a series “Know your editor: Visual Studio Code”, where it has a collection of Visual Studio Code tips and setup.


Thoughts from Andrew Zheng.

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