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On Mac OS X, with Google Chrome, how to open .tsv file automatically by emacsclient, i.e. opening it in the existing Emacs session if there is one, when the .tsv file is downloaded by Google Chrome? Right now, it opens it in MacVim automatically.

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emacsclient has an option -a that tells it what editor to run if Emacs is not running. You can use Emacs as the alternative editor.

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Right now, it opens using MacVim. How to configure it so it opens using Emacs? – qazwsx Aug 22 '12 at 14:54
See Automatically open certain types of files at… – choroba Aug 22 '12 at 14:58

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