Quicksilver: now open source.
Wildcard: now available.
Note: This tutorial is also available in O’Reilly’s OS X Panther Hacks.
This isn’t Ronco. I’m not an excitable friend from across the ocean with red hair and a bowtie and a British accent. You’re not watching Amazing Discoveries.
But I swear, if you give me 10 minutes and you follow my simple directions, you can go from merely using Mac OS X to owning it.
This probably sounds like bullshit, I know. I wouldn’t have believed it myself had I not tried this app and felt my jaw drop over and over again for the last year. So standby to win.
Before you start, you will need to have:
Got all that? Let’s begin.
Please note this was originally written using Quicksilver Beta 19, and has been updated repeatedly. The information contained within is currently up-to-date through b42 “Corgi”. As development goes rapidly on Quicksilver, things may have changed since I last updated this.