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You should consider using opensource Selenium. With a Selenium IDE plugin to Firefox you can record your actions (opening a page, clicking on a button), replay these songs, and generate Python or Ruby scripts rich you can customise and call from CLI. Sample script testing default Apache availability might look like this: #!/usr/local/bin/python DEST_URL='...


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Add a new shortcut to System Prefences > Keyboard > Shortcut > App Shortcuts. Choose an existing printer name (in my example Lexa - a Lexmark printer, a Kyocera is my default printer) and enter a shortcut: To print with this (obviously non-default) printer enter cmdP and altcmdP: To print with your default printer just use the common cmdP.


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Apple doesn't make you download on both systems, you can store them in the cloud. Select all the songs in iTunes on your mac, right click and select download. Those will only download on your Mac. If you want to download some or all on your iPhone then you will have to click the cloud icon for each song or an entire playlist to start the download there.


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Use cURL (curl). It's a command line tool that transfers data using various protocols including HTTP. The beauty here is that you don't need a GUI browser; everything will be handled at the command line level. The "button" you want to press will be located in some sort of form. You can use the Developer Tools in Chrome or Firebug in Firefox to see the ...



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