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387,037,139 bytes is the sum of the file lengths in bytes. A file however uses whole blocks on disk, hence even a one byte file takes one block. On the partition on which I tested this, a block is 4K. The “on disk” value is the number of blocks times the block size. The difference between 684 and 716.9 is a factor of 1.024*1,024, that is the difference ...
There is no equivalent user or system wide feature in Mac OS X 10.6. However, many applications support Stationery Pad documents. These are documents marked as read only and when opened create a new untitled document using the original document's content. The Stationery Pad option is available in the Finder > Get Info panel: tuts+ has a tutorial ...
My problem was solved by starting up in Safe Mode (Safe Boot) I opened all the folders that were slow in finder. The first 2 or 3 of them were still slow. Then they started to open really fast. Did nothing more. Restarted my machine & then everything was great. Starting up in Safe Mode To start up into Safe Mode (to Safe Boot), follow these steps. Be ...
Open /System/Library/CoreServices/Finder.app/Contents/Resources/English.lproj/ Use Show Package Contents to browse the package in Finder, or open using Terminal, etc. Open Localizable.strings in BBEdit or other editor capable of editing .strings files. N4 contains the string that is used to name the duplicate file. ^0 copy ^0 is the previous file's ...
You could use a folder action like this: Or create rules like this in Hazel:
This is the Apple official documentation regarding Applescript. Here are two other tutorials, all obtained through google when I was learning myself. http://macosxautomation.com/applescript/firsttutorial/index.html http://mac.tutsplus.com/tutorials/automation/the-ultimate-beginners-guide-to-applescript-2/ I found both the above very good.
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