Oh great, I see. I was using the droppad. I would prefer the dock icon over a drop box anyway. I just went for the droppad because I saw it first.
Yes, an option in the services menu would be nice for the “append” function. Better than a script. The ideal I think would be a hotkey. Perhaps in “import with options” menu that appears there could be another choice to “append” and then you could choose where you wanted it.
As far as “it”… I imported some rtf files into eagle filer, then later, I was browsing them with coverflow in the finder. I would rather edit rtf files in EagleFiler (instead of textedit) so I chose to “open with Eaglefiler”. It attempted to duplicate the file. Not a big deal, it’s just that some people that use EagleFiler as their text editor and text file viewer may also like to browse their files using the Finder sometimes.
The fact that EagleFiler does not use a database and stores it’s files in a file structure within the Finders documents folder makes it really attractive. You can use the Finder, or other file browsers, such as PathFinder, for browsing your files and for spotlight searches, then, for deeper searches, for tagging, labeling, archiving, etc… you can use EagleFiler.
Hope that makes sense,
Thanks for your quick response.