You need to partial disable the SIP. Please read this url trankynam. AND it has a "create new file in current folder" option as one of the countless actions you can trigger.
How To Create New Files From The macOS Right-Click Context Menu
New File Menu is simply the coolest way to create a new file on the Mac OS X platform, you can right click in any Finder window to create a new file! You can even right click on the desktop to create your files! J Shiji.
The app is amazing! I felt such a sense of relief just seeing the screenshots. It works like a charm! Fixed one of my last frustrations with macOS. I've tried several ways, the cleanest I've found is the Automator script provided here: RedYeti RedYeti 1 4 This works.
Create a New Blank Text File in Any Folder on Your Mac
I'm on Mavericks and when opening it, I was prompted to either install or open. I had choose to install it in order for it to work. At first glance, this doesn't work on Mavricks, does it? Jan 22 '14 at Trying this on Mavericks, it doesn't work quite as advertised in this answer. It copies the file and opens that new copy right away, not bringing up an option to choose the file name before you start editing it.
Hope this clear things up. This is interesting to know!
However for me, I need to be able to create a new text file anywhere, rarely on the Desktop: Wildcard Wildcard 5 Can you give more details how this is done? It's extremely simple; I guess I could add some screenshots, though. It's "extremely simple" yet you don't have to time to add this one detail which actually addresses the question. Duane Duane 1. Welcome to Ask Different!
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macos - How to add 'New File' to the OS X Finder context menu? - Super User
Providing links is good but answers need to be self-contained and not just be a link. Type the following command into Terminal and press Enter. If you would like to have the ability on your Mac to create a new text file with a single-click as you would do on Windows, the guide above should help you. Step-8 just tells you to find the application that you created with Automator and drag and drop it onto the Finder toolbar so that it sticks there.
In step 8, add the fact that you have to hold down the Command key to drag and drop the app to the finder toolbar. Other than that, this is a great and helpful tutorial! Actually, one other minor question: Skip to content.
Using an Automator App to Create a Blank Text File in Any Folder
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How To Add ‘Open With…’ Option To The Context Menu For Any App In macOS
Here's how you can do just that using MooTools. I really appreciate them. Where I can find and install it? Thank you for your response. I did a little google search and I found the solution a couple of minutes after posting my initial question: Forgive me. Learn how to design and implement a resilient, highly available, fault-tolerant infrastructure on AWS.