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OnMyCommand is a UNIX shell scripts and AppleScript executor. You can build your own Contextual Menu Item, System Service or GUI application.

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What's New

Version 3.1:
  • Droplets now can be customized to handle URL schemes
  • Droplets can have optional input files and their presence can be inspected by a startup script
  • New "pasteboard" command line tool for putting and retrieving text from named (private) pasteboards
  • Fixed memory leaks and other minor bugs

Requirements

OS X 10.6 or later

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Beige Member IconComment+178
Beige
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For anyone looking to make contextual menus for command line operations on files in Snow Leopard, I've done a bunch with Automator. I used to depend on OMC but learned how to make Services with shell script operations to mostly fill what I was using OMC for:

http://polygonspixelsandpaint.tumblr.com/post/2187902478

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Version 2.3
KZX72 Member IconComment+121
KZX72
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The nested contextual menus are NO MORE in Snow Leopard (Hallelujah!) Developer, any chance of an update for this latest OS release?

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Version 2.1
Robert
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http://free.abracode.com/cmworkshop/macosx_10_6_snow_leopard_and_contextual_menu_plugins.html

bubbamac Member IconComment+8
bubbamac
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One of my favorite programs!

Only issue in Leopard (isn't an OMC issue, but a Leopard issue), is the stupid nested contextual menus.

Anyone have a workaround for moving everything to the main menu so we don't have to go to "More ->" and wait for the rest of the menu to load?

Argg...

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Version 1.9
Abracode (Developer)
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The "More" submenu in Finder is very annoying and I don't know of any workaround for that. Apple did
not provide any preference settings to return to previous behavior. Apple will
listen only if many users complain, so I strongly advise you to go to Mac OS
X feedback page:
http://www.apple.com/macosx/feedback/
and tell them what you think about it.
Tom
Abracode

zeba
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The developer of Springy seems to have managed it...

Morjovy Member IconReview+6
Morjovy
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Super tool!
However, OMCEdit is slightly buggy for me. I understand it is free, so many thanks to its developer! In spite of some bugs it is very powerful and handy.
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Also I want to write about my problem, maybe somebody will help me to solve it. In some cases "not Finder Window" doesnt work and command becomes visible when i click between files. anybody knows how to solve this? i cannot find any contact or forum to get support...

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Version 1.8
MacUpdate-Lon
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At the developer's webpage, at the bottom of the page you'll find this:

http://abracode.com/GetInTouch.html

Morjovy
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yes i know but on abracode page they wrote they dont support OMCEdit. And the contact on Kurt's page (the developer of OMCEdit) returns "Mail delivery failed" message. Contact seems to be dead...

MacUpdate-Lon
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Well, sorry... I tried using google to find some support info or group and could not find anything useful.

Abracode (Developer)
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Subscribe to mailing list to get informal support from developers and the OMC users:
http://abracode.com/mailman/listinfo/omc_abracode.com

Tuishimi Member IconReview+46
Tuishimi
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Love this app, use it with Finder to bring back some of the things I missed with BeOS. Works well, easy to use/configure.

Wishlist: I now use PathFinder exclusively and, obviously, OMC doesn't work with Path Finder (I don't even know if PF has hooks it could use). So, now if I use Finder menu items to use OMC, Finder is started.

Otherwise, fantastic little tool!

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Version 1.7.2
Interacto-Labs-Inc.
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I use PF exclusivly too, and OMC works for me (always did).

kaz219
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Doesn't for me either. 10.5.3 and Path Finder 4.8.5...

hced Member IconReview+171
hced
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I'm utterly amazed how powerful this is. Very hard rocking piece of work. I hope it will continue to work in Leopard and the future.

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Version 1.7.2
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Hughdro (Developer)
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Version 1.7 worked beautifully on my G4 running 10.3.9. 1.7.1 doesn't work at all. Where can I find version 1.7?

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Version 1.7.1
jecwobble Member IconComment+0
jecwobble
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Using 10.3.9 on a G4 iMac, I downloaded and installed 1.7.1 twice and it never worked- my custom context menus did not show up. I replaced 1.7.1 with 1.7 and got my menus back. Perhapds the universal binary isn't working properly

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Version 1.7.1
Anonymous Member IconReview
Anonymous
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OMCEdit 1.7 final is released and supports all features planned for final OMC 1.7 release. Please note that current OMC 1.7b1 does not support the following features which are already available in OMCEdit UI:
1. output dialog autoclose timeout
2. version requirements checking
3. default filename for "Save as" dialog
4. __FRONT_APPLICATION_NAME__ & __FRONT_PROCESS_ID__
5. Default text with objects for input dialog (old-style, static default text works as it used to)
Tom
Abracode

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Version 1.7
Anonymous Member IconReview
Anonymous
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I have been using OMCEdit with On My Command for over a year without any problems. Works well and allows you to edit the OMC sets very easily. If you don't have OMC you should get it and use OMCEdit to manage OMC.

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Version 1.7
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Daftlush
Version 2.3
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Downloads 29,259
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Date 14 Jul 2014
Platform Intel 64 / OS X / Intel 32
Price Free