Description of what you are sharing
The idea is motivated by the new format of preset sharing.
You can easily open the finder to the correct place but the path is ugly.
So not easy to find to move to the correct path inside a terminal.
So a bit of applescript and you can have a button creating a new tab in iterm2 and that tab point to the correct directory:
Here is the script:
tell application "Finder" set currentDir to target of Finder window 1 as alias end tell set mydir to POSIX path of currentDir tell application "iTerm" if (count of window) = 0 then set awindow to (make new window) end if repeat with awindow in windows if profile name of current session of awindow = "Default" then set currwindo to awindow exit repeat end if end repeat tell awindow set mytab to create tab with default profile tell (first session of mytab) write text "cd " & mydir end tell end tell activate end tell