Back in the days I used to run Path Finder for a while, but then removed it from the system and went back to regular finder. Now when entering i.e.
open Desktop/ in the terminal, it opens up Finder showing the Desktop directory.
Today I mounted a drive that holds backups, including a copy of an old
Path Finder.app which obviously had been detected by the system immediately, because when running
open Desktop/ it then tried to use this copy of Path Finder to open up the folder. When the drive was unmounted, it just went back to using Finder.
I assume, this is some fallback, and deep in the system there is still a setting to open folders in Path Finder. When opening the cmd+i window on a folder in Finder, there is no such thing as "open withxe2x80xa6" like it is for a file.
So I am wondering, where I can unset Path Finder completely?
This might be useful:
mcnesium@mcobst:~$ rgrep "Path Finder.app" Library/ Binary file Library/Application Support/com.apple.sharedfilelist/com.apple.LSSharedFileList.RecentApplications.sfl matches Binary file Library/Application Support/Dock/F1ABBC0A-23A3-4B6A-BAC7-849CDA1F021A.db matches Library/Application Support/Quicksilver/Mnemonics.plist: <string>/Applications/Path Finder.app</string> Library/Application Support/Quicksilver/Mnemonics.plist: <key>/Applications/Path Finder.app</key> Binary file Library/Caches/com.apple.nsservicescache.plist matches Binary file Library/Preferences/com.apple.ServicesMenu.Services.plist matches Binary file Library/Preferences/loginwindow.plist matches