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You can try Colemak. It is less different from QWERTY and AZERTY then Dvorak so you will have the most used keyboard shortcuts ⌘+X, ⌘+C, ⌘+V in same place and ⌘+Q, ⌘+W, ⌘+A, ⌘+Z on the left side identical to QWERTY (though not AZERTY). [, ], {, } and | are at the same places as in QWERTY. Also check typing effort comparison of QWERTY, Dvorak and Colemak.


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You should consider install pyenv for this. pyenv lets you easily switch between multiple versions of Python. It's simple, unobtrusive, and follows the UNIX tradition of single-purpose tools that do one thing well. To install, just type: $ brew install pyenv Add this to your .bash_profile: echo 'export PYENV_ROOT="$HOME/.pyenv"' >> ...


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Your existing software will remain in place. When upgrading your OSX installation from 10.8.5 to 10.10 it will not wipe your drive and you will not loose your current set of applications and files. The question of compatibility is however a separate issue. Regarding homebrew, there apparently was an issue with homebrew on Yosemite since the default version ...


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I can't directly answer your specific questions but I advise you to wait before upgrading. Right now version 10.0.1 is out and I still have a couple problems I never had on Mavericks (now imagine all issues you'll have coming from 10.8). But as far as I remember from upgrading to Mavericks a year ago, I didn't lose any software or packages nor did I have ...



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